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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by pep, Sep 5, 2014.
Black Husky Pale Ale or Smoke Monster when it's in season.
Rohrbach's Scotch Ale
Berkshire Brewing Czech Pils,
3 miles from home.
2 towns over, Stoneface IPA (best IPA in state too)
Trillium Fort Point Pale Ale. If I could pick from Greater Boston, I'd go with Night Shift Ever Weisse.
Southerleigh Brewing in San Antonio (not open yet but the brewmaster makes amazing beers)!!!!!
Where I was born: Perennial Abraxas
Where I live now: Other Half All Green Everything
Here in Richmond VA it will be Stone Ruination...
Anything from Coast brewing co in Charleston SC and Shane's Big DIPA before back when Shane worked at Westbrook
Dead Rise from Flying Dog
Colossus from DuClaw
Aboriginal Gangster from Burley Oak
Migration Series from Evolution
I live near Chicago and I really like the brews coming from Pipeworks.
Ballast Point Tongue Tickler
Green Flash Hop Head Red
Twisted Manzanita (name change?) Chaotic Double IPA
Coronado Idiot IPA
Lost Abbey Judgement Day
Newport Brewing, Imperial Berlinnerweise. Sound crazy, but it's over the top good.
Thirsty Dog Siberian Night would do it for me. I refuse to pick a brew from Rust Belt lol.
Thanks Roxie! I've been pretty candid about the problems we dealt with for a while, but we have been working very hard to get our issues ironed out. It is good to hear that the hard work is being noticed!
Holy cow! Not to threadjack but are you Weedy of Weedy's Double Knee IPA from Blue Pants? I review y'all's beers regularly.
Lol, that's me.
Of year round, or near year round beers:
Saint Arnold Boiler Room
Karbach Weisse Versa
Lone Pint Yellow Rose (I guess I can count Magnolia as Houston)
Seasonals and one offs
Karbach Bourbon Barrel Aged Hellfighter
Saint Arnold Bishops Barrel 5 (DR 4 Wee Heavy aged in Bourbon Barrels)
Not so local to Houston, but some of my favorites in Texas
Live Oak Hefe
512 Pecan Porter
Austin Beer Works Pearl Snap
Lots more...I truly think Texas has a lot of great breweries, and I always try not to be a homer.
Ponderosa Porter by Wild Woods Brewery
Ozo Coffee IPA by FATE Brewing
Milk Stout Nitro by Left Hand Brewing
Duck Rabbit Rabid Duck or Baltic Porter (14 miles away)
Mother Earth Silent Night (28 miles away)
Duck Rabbit Milk Stout
Mother Earth Sisters of the Moon IPA
Right now I live 20 minutes from the FW brewery, so I'd say parabola. I am literally guaranteed to find parabola whenever I want too. Good thing (and bad for my wallet) it's my favorite beer!
Hopititus C from 515 Brewing. A tasty Double IPA.
Smartmouth Alter Ego Saison. When it's on draft at least.
Port City's Porter is pretty darn tasty!
I used to live in Davis, CA and Sudwerk's Marzen is my favorite offering from them. Solid brew.
Thomas Creek - Greenville SC
Favorite brew from them is, and probably always will be, Banana Split Chocolate Stout.
A local place just up the freeway... Heretic Brewery's Shallow Grave Porter.
Old 690 Brewing IIPA and Belgian Tripel. Both outstanding for a very, very young brewery
We've got a little brewery called 515 Brewing in Des Moines, that makes an OJ IPA that's pretty amazing, by my standards. They don't bottle/can anything, or really distribute it either, so, I guess this is pretty useless info unless you happen to find yourself in Des Moines.
Pretty Things Barbapapa
I feel fortunate. Let's go with:
Surly (4.5 miles away) - Cacau Bender (year round in the Twin Cities, but only on draft)
Steel Toe (6 miles away) - Size 4 (great session IPA) and Before the Dawn (limited brewery only release)
Indeed (4 miles away) - Midnight Ryder (Black IPA year round) and Rum King (very limited)
Minneapolis is happily awash in great brews, so mine changes all the time, but right now I dig Wild Brunette from Barley John's quite a bit.
Spiteful Alley time and Half Acre Akari Shogun
Marietta, Georgia - Red Hare Sticky Stout.
Plymouth's Mayflower Brewing - Thanksgiving Ale.
Highland Brewing's, " Cold Mountain " shhhh....
There is only one brewery where I live:
Wolf Creek - Dogtown Dunkelweizen
I guess that number includes the livestock?
I'll have to go with Summit Red Horizon IPA as I haven't tried anything from Great Waters yet.
Don't tell mom the baby citra's dad was possibly my favorite new DIPA. Great call.