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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by HawkeyePA, Aug 15, 2014.
Probably some Indian Wells stuff.
Unfortunately it's retired but Crazy Ed's Cave Creek Chili Beer would be perfect. Drank a few sips of this and I think ate away at the lining of my stomach for a week.
I hope you've only imagined what that tastes like.
Brewfist FEAR Chocolate Milks Stout
If you can get anything at all from this brewery, do it for crappy beer night:
(BTW, they also brew under the name "Ballistic Brewing")
While I think the idea is silly, what the heck, toss in a Short's Spruce Pilsner.
Love Short's but that beer should do pretty well in a bad beer tasting
Twisted Pines Razzy Xpress
Dogfish Head Black and Red
Six Points Rad. Second Anything from Kentucky Bourbon Barrel series; all suck and should be offensive to anyone from that state. All gluten free beers, I especially hate Sprecher versions. Terrible, like saccharin or something.
Totally agree 100%. This beer is a mess.
Rouge Voodoo Doughnut
Sweet Baby Jesus
As fun as this is, without any kind of theme besides "crappy" and without people doing distribution research or seasonal availability checks, this is pretty much the "What's the worst beer you've ever had" thread.
I vote just to do a gluten free beer tasting. You'll get plenty of crap, but the odd good one will help buoy your spirits.
Not sure if you get Magic Hat in Iowa, but whatever nasty seasonal they've got out would be good for a laugh. If you can find some Wacko (has beets in it, looks like straight up fake blood), that's of the best.
You probably already know this (and may already have some in your crappy tasting lineup), but any beer from CIB. Just awful!! Personally, I'd go with Morningwood Breakfast Stout from them, for that nice cough syrup taste you'll be looking for!
Wow!! 2 pages and nobody has mentioned Sam Adams Triple Bock?
Fat Heads Sunshine Daydream. Just awful.
Oh we are aware. Gotta find somewhere that has them marked down though. I'm thinking Ryan at Fleur may?
No joke...my boss's favorite beer.
Edit to clarify: I was referring to Wild Blue Lager.
Fleur would be a good bet. I also know Blake at Prairie Trail has some a while back and I think he had them marked down.
A number of Mikkeller and Fantome beers fall into this category, but they're expensive to get just for a tasting. If you already have them, they can be a fun change of pace in a tasting of otherwise good beers.
Another vote for Cherry Wheat from Samuel Adams!! That's an awful beer!!
Sweet baby Jesus..... 3 sip drain pour. Artificial metalic mess. How this is a top selling beer is beyond me.
4hands contact high is also a recent drain pour. Flowery soap.
Shiner Cheer. THe sample I had tasted like cough syrup. It usually shows as a Dunkelweissen, but I have had those and liked them.
Yet, someone buys it...fermented clam juice...eeeesh!
maybe someone out there still has a bomber of this: http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/1170/79048/
i thought it was nigh undrinkable when it was released, and i'm guessing it's only gone downhill since then
One of the worst beers I've ever had and one of maybe 3 drain poors
Shipyard Pumpkinhead or Export
^^this, even I agree with!
Really Old Ipas.
Sam Adams Summer Ale
Just get one of those 12 pack mixers of Butternuts. Problem solved.
Thats kinda like Santorum right?
Some great suggestions already, so I'll just add two from my worst beer experiences. Neither of these would be the easiest to come by anymore I think, but both stand out, sharply, in my mind as not just simply "crappy" but down right offensive, revolting, and awful.
Like a thin whiskey barrel aged beer was poured into a full ashtray at Binions Casino on Fremont in Las Vegas, then bottled.
My personal experience, like someone vommited into a bottle, capped it, chilled it, then later served it.
I spit both of these beers out, and poured what was in my glass out as well, a very rare response for me. Sure I might regret a buy, or a pour here and there, but usually I still finish what I have...not the case with either of these.
Pretty sure one batch of Blue Lady went bad in the bottles. @NOTpipeworks confirmation on this? I just seem to remember something about it when I lived in the Chicago region.
I'm sure your right, since many of the reviews are positive, and quite contrary to my experience. If memory serves, the BA that shared the bottle with me said it was something about the way the batch was soured (that went awry and out of control) if the OP could find that batch, still would be a unique experience as to what can go wrong.
this is one of the only beers in my entire life that i could not finish (due to taste, not due to blacking out first):
This. Every single time. I get heartburn just thinking about it
I realize I am in the minority here but I have really been enjoying this one. I don't quite get the hate, though I appreciate that I am more the exception by liking it.
SA Cherry Chocolate Bock... DP all day