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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by ThisWangsChung, May 3, 2012.
Outside of black and tans I've never mixed beers, but it sounds interesting.
I keep meaning to blend 1/2 BCBS with 1/2 KBS. I imagine that will be tasty.
I'll bet. Serendipity and BCBS is also an awesome blend.
We did 50/50 of Heady and PTE at a tasting. Wasn't any better than either of it's parts by themselves.
Sam cherry wheat and southern tier choklat
But it would be better with new glarus
1/2 Great Lakes Blackout Stout mixed with 1/2 He'Brew Jewbelation 16 - called it "Sammy Davis Jr." Pretty damn tasty - reminded me slightly of Hardywood Gingerbread Stout.
I couple I've tried recently
Troeg's Java Head Stout w/ Troeg's Troegenator (aka The Javanator) - Good
Southern Tier Choklat w/ Southern Tier Pumking - Tasty in small doses, but cloyingly sweet.
2013 Boulevard Rye-on-Rye w/ 2012 Hardywood Park Gingerbread Stout - Delicious
Hoff Ten Dormaal Barrel Project #2 (Cognac) w/ De Struise Black Albert - I was really drunk, but I remember it being a nice balance.
2004 Thomas Hardy w/ 2009 North Coast Old Stock Cellar Reserve - Mind-bendingly Delicious
Neapolitan Beertail. Tried it after seeing it on Drinking Made Easy. Great Show and Great Drink!
From their website (attributed the Bier Baron Bar in DC):
-Mix Framboise and Belgian White into 2/3 of glass. Float Chocolate Stout on top.
This thread makes me think I want to try this one again with a Vanilla Stout and try to layer the 3.
Terrapin Moo Hoo Milk Chocolate Stout and Wake n Bake Imperial Coffee Oatmeal Stout. That combination is delicious!
You're talking about the Coors Light, right?
Once we mixed Black Tuesday & White Chocolate to create a unique Black-n-tan and I must say that was one tasty concoction! Expensive to say the least but a good experience!
3/4 Pumpking with 1/4 of FBS, Breckenridge Vanilla porter, ST Chocolat or ST Creme Bruele. all mighty tasty.
Fun! I like it. I've done some framboise into each of those separately, but never have I made a half and half that way.
I've mixed Lindeman's Framboise with the Samuel Smith's Chocolate Stout. It was pretty good, but I bet it would be better with a better framboise...
Founders Breakfast Stout + Backwoods Bastard = Bastard's Breakfast.....its a favorite of my crew and it is excellent.
The other day I was mixing Widmer Drifter with homebrewed barleywine to make imperial red ale - that was pretty good.
Since I love Sucks and Flower Power, I figured it would make a great blend. It didn't, just cancelled out what was good about each beer.
It is my favorite mix I have tried to date. Definitely one you wont be disappointed in (i hope). cheers!
Never had either one, but that seems like a fantastic mixture! ... Did you add the coors light too? lol
I've only experimented using half ass beers, so the mixture has always turned out half ass.. For example: Full Sail "Imperial" Stout, and Monk's Cafe flemish red to get a sour imperial stout like Jester King Funk Metal. Funk Metal is delicious, but kinda pricey, so I tried to make a cheaper version. I'll stick to paying higher prices for higher quality from now on lol.
Hoegaarden + splash of Lambic = Dirty Hoe
I'm completely serious
2/3 Young's Double Chocolate Stout and 1/3 Lindeman's Kriek = Chocolate Covered Cherries
Victory's Storm King mixes pretty damn well with Hop Devil. I had someone at the bar suggest it one night (they had both on tap), so I decided to try it.
I've also had a chocolate stout mixed with a strawberry wheat of some sort (can't remember which breweries, as it was a few years ago), and that was quite good.
I don't typically mix, but it's fun to try from time to time.
I went half and half with chimay blue and arrogant bastard ale because a friend told me it was awesome... not so much lol
Almost poured half and half into Dogfish's Sah'Tea
Had Evil Twin's Yin and Yang blended in the tap at Mikkeller's Bar in Copenhagen -- absolutely amazing! Any time I see them on the shelf I pick'em up and do it at home...tasty!
Dogfish Head 120 and WWS mixed 50/50 Awesome but i suggest only one.
Gulden Draak and Gulden Draak Quad ... tastes like a great quad.
i did epic sour apple saison with epic brainless on peaches a couple times now and have loved it.
Mixed some Chimay Blue, with some Optimator, with some Torpedo, with a splash of High Life, once. In a .5 Binding Bier mug. Accidently on purpose, of course. It wasn't as bad as some of y'all would think. Wouldn't do it again, on purpose, but wasn't as bad as it sounds. Could have had sumpin' to do with my proximity to good music on me Itunes, coupled w/ me family gathered close and dear, tho. Nobody liked the sips, but me.
I did a blending of Breakfast Stout with BCBS... closest I'm getting to KBS this year. I thought it got pretty damn good but I've only recently started venturing into the depths of craft beer. I'm sure to some altering Bourbon County is sacrilegious.
Have one bottle of each left... Remarkable enough to do the same??
Breakfast Stout and Hopslam. Never again.
Was that on a bet?
Heady and Abrasive 50/50 blend. Sum greater than parts, amazing.
blended kbs and cbs last year at DLD and it was wonderful.
Murda'd Out Stout + 2011 Dark Lord
I'm by myself and I had Pliny, Heady and Abner, all fresh in my kitchen to figure out what was "the best" IIPA. I tried them individually in a small snifter. I got hop fatigue after the first round, so I started mixing them and was thinking to myself " I'm going to beer hell"!
White Choc + BCBS = effing amazing
Lindemans Framboise + Hooegarden = Dirty Ho. It's actually better with Allagash though.