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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by MCDub, Jan 4, 2013.
I love Kujo. One of my favorite coffee beers.
Maine Brewing Company. If they want to expand quickly and are smart about it, the quality of their product sure allows for it.
On the local level, Cape May Brewing from NJ puts out fantastic stuff. Only available on draft because of the demand for kegs atm. When they expand again and begin bottling, watch out NJ.
Jester King, Prairie Ales and Deep Ellum Brewing!
And so goes the release of HandFarm. That's aside from the fact that the beer is incredible.
I second this! Solid brewery. Cheers ~
Tired Hands (PA) and Rushing Duck (NY)
I'm looking forward to seeing where Bull Falls Brewery, Wausau WI, is headed. They've started construction on a packaging facility. 6 packs of 16 oz cans.
I think I am now the fourth to mention Odd Side Ales out of Grand Haven, Michigan. They start bottling in the spring and I have heard nothing but good things about their beer. Really well rated and very willing to experiment, with great results so far. For example, I'm really interested to know what an 'Albino Stout' is all about. If it were not an eight hour drive, round trip, I would be there tonight investigating that.
They seem like the next Short's just waiting to happen.
Jack's Abbey & Logsdon Farmhouse Ales. Boom!
I'm importing some TG barrels into Wisconsin, meeting with the territory rep on Monday...will let you know when I can send a few growlers full your way!
foothills and olde hickory
While in the area make sure you try Red Eye Brewing Co, great beer/stout.
I got a guy that's ready to grab me a few of their Cherry Funk when it comes out this year. I. Want. That. Beer.
Kane Brewing /NJ.... Their Kane Head High IPA is friggin awesome...on tap only right now but wait until they bottle this stuff...you're gonna want it trust me!!
Had some Carton IPA on tap yesterday....quite good...but I think Kane's Head High is better...
Lost Nation Brewing, Morrisville VT. Being launched by the guys who started the brewery at the Trapp Family Lodge. Great brewers unchained from the restrictions of traditional lagers.
My vote is definitely for ODDSIDE. Citra is amazing as well as a bunch of other stuff they are doing. Can't wait for bottling this year.
Sante Adairius Rustic Ales out of Santa Cruz really impressed me last year, and I can't wait to see what Tim can do with the new foeders! Also keeping an eye out for The Rare Barrel in Berkeley whenever the open this year.
[te="beerking, post: 864179, member: 665673"]While in the area make sure you try Red Eye Brewing Co, great beer/stout.[/quote]
I used to live in Wausau. I've been to all of the breweries there. And had all of their year round beers and quite a few of their seasonal brews. My fav at Red Eye is Scarlett Seven.
Odd Side Ales, no doubt.
Locally, I would say Beachwood.
Figueroa Mountain in Cali.
Agree with Tired Hands and Kane
Off Color brewing, going to be AAMMAAZZINNGG
Intuition brewing in Jacksonville,FL and Westbrook in Charleston, SC. Both have been doing great things and the future is very bright.
I just got to try some beer samples from Perennial Artisan Ales in St Louis, new brewery that knows what its doing
Triple C brewing in Charlotte NC..
Making good beer now and maybe just watch out in 2013
I didn't read the entire thread, but Solemn Oath in Naperville, IL makes some tasty brews, and they're quite creative.
+1 for Intuition Ale Works. They are trying to settle some legal issues over a Duvel clone called Duuuuvaaaal but once settled they will can that and between it, Underdark & I-10 IPA, they'll have a nice array of quality distributed brews. I personally am eager to see what they can next. My vote is for Riverside Red and/or Truck Stop Stout.
This. I'll be going there this Saturday to check it out, but everything I've heard about them has been stellar.
Forest and Main
Solemn Oath for sure i see these guys making it big this year, and def Crooked Stave they have the best brett beers around. (i personally think brett is going to explode this year)
Prairie Artisan Ales! They're coming to Texas soon, too! Yaay!
Evil Twin and To Ol from Denmark!
With Fathead's distributing their beer now and increasing production, I'm looking forward to them having more opportunity to do collaborations and having more consistent products at the pub (in Pittsburgh).