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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Phoodcritic, Dec 12, 2015.
Ironically, I do enjoy Hamm's.
Cardamom? I think that's what got me in ST's 2XMAS.
Ha! I always feel, when I do the choke down that an old school hard ass Dad ala Red Foreman is breathing down my neck...
"You better choke every last drop down, Mr., I better not catch you drain pouring that Maple BBA Imperial Smoked Pineapple Upsidedown porter!"
I know it's a recent darling adjunct for stouts, but I really don't care for cinnamon in my beer. Love it along with some sugar on my toast, but cinnamon just dominates the flavor and it's all I can taste when in a beer. I realize I'm in the minority here.
If craft pizzerias are following the trends of craft brewers, you'd better ask first what they are using for cheese!
I'm gonna have to go with Blueberrys as well.
I've had a few beers boasting "holiday spices" and they have been a let down.
Really not a fan of barley... nor hops or water. Just a spoonful of yeast for me, please!
Agree, and Mate' and Chamomile are even worse in beer. Love herb tea but those herbs in beer are really awful.
Cinnamon is easy to overdo. When overdone, it is not good at all.
Several have mentioned maple syrup and others mentioned spruce tips. Yet, a local brewer did a one-of beer that used both and it was fabulous IMO. I think moderation is the key with most flavoring adjuncts.
lobster. WHAT?!? i know. DFH choclobster was prob not my fav. in defense, you totally got basil, chocolate, lobster. in that order. well executed, but next time, ill just order lobster. and butter. gotta have butter
Cascade makes a damn good one.
Pineapple. It always comes out boozy. Even pineapple-y hops are always off-putting.
The Bruery is the worst at this...
Fake vanilla, tastes like shit.
Another peanut butter vote