Bruery 2016 RS/HS Allocations

Discussion in 'Pacific' started by OCJeff, Dec 15, 2015.


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  1. ivegot3Dvision

    ivegot3Dvision Zealot (538) Feb 9, 2015 Oregon

    Honestly, I've had every vintage of MW and it's nowhere near as bad as what people have said so far. The heavyness of the beer really covers any of the off flavors you'd perceive as "green pepper".
  2. RDMII

    RDMII Initiate (0) Apr 11, 2010 Georgia

    I think people are blowing this out of proportion. When I commented on it, as I have a few times, I merely put it out there to be on the lookout for it. It certainly doesn't hurt the beer either, it's just a different flavor than intended. The stout and barrel still dominate and it's still awesome, it's just maybe a 95 out of a 100 vs. a 98 when fresh. If I know a beer is a 98, I drink it when it's a 98.
  3. bnelson997

    bnelson997 Initiate (0) Jun 4, 2013 California

    How in the holy hell did the Society Kickoff sell out already? Ugh...
  4. Simkevin

    Simkevin Initiate (0) Sep 6, 2009 California

    I second that! It's that damn plus one.
  5. johnInLA

    johnInLA Savant (911) Jun 12, 2005 California
    Society Trader

    Regarding the coffee beer discussion, the thing t don't get, is the idea that aging coffee beers is a good idea. Maybe I'm missing something, but are we expecting the beer to improve?
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  6. King_Jaffe_Joffer9

    King_Jaffe_Joffer9 Initiate (51) Jun 11, 2015 California

    . Is there any order in this meyhem? Did all the preservation members gobble up all the tickets? Four years reserve member and not a chance to score a ticket WTF?
  7. RDMII

    RDMII Initiate (0) Apr 11, 2010 Georgia

    For some people, like me, the coffee can be too heavy in a good coffee beer. A lot of coffee beers are bitter and astringent fresh, almost chalky or ashy in taste, whereas I prefer the rich roasty characteristic of coffee. So I like that harshness to mellow out a lot before I can really enjoy it.
  8. brewaddict

    brewaddict Aspirant (275) Nov 25, 2015 California

  9. JoshBeerNow

    JoshBeerNow Initiate (0) Sep 23, 2014 California

    100% this. Its almost all coffee beers that end up with that flavor. I don't really consider it to be an "off" flavor but it's just how the beer develops. I always find them quite drinkable still but I wouldn't recommend sitting on them for years upon years.
  10. djmichaelk

    djmichaelk Initiate (0) Jul 6, 2008 Florida

    Yes, it's difficult to believe that they didn't save a ticket just for you.
  11. Vanlingleipa

    Vanlingleipa Devotee (442) May 19, 2011 California

    Is sarcasm an off-flavor?
  12. kbenson

    kbenson Initiate (110) Aug 15, 2012 Texas

    No, but it does seem to become more prominent with age...
  13. ivegot3Dvision

    ivegot3Dvision Zealot (538) Feb 9, 2015 Oregon

    One of my regular traders works for Portola, he had said that they roast the coffee completely differently for use in beer, maybe that has something to do with those flavors you're describing.
  14. fegelFatso

    fegelFatso Initiate (177) Jun 23, 2013 California

    Off to the '17 forum! Peace out '16!
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  15. wolf13

    wolf13 Initiate (139) Dec 11, 2014 California

    Way to go 2016, just had to kill off one MORE great thing before you kick off...

    RIP Bruery 2016 RS/HS Allocations forum...
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