Half Acre & 3 Floyds: SheWolf

Discussion in 'Great Lakes' started by Nachos4two, Aug 2, 2012.

  1. MarkFy

    MarkFy Dec 18, 2009 Illinois
    Beer Trader

    They still had a bunch of cases when I got my 4 last night at 7:45pm. Cracked one open last night and man is it awesome fresh! No problem killing that bomber.

    They were also selling prints for $15 of some cool drawing with an octopus/squid taking out a boat, can't remember what beer that corolates to.

    Hugs is an annual must for me and T&S I loved although it seemed to get mixed reviews, that it was too hot and such. I personally liked how that beer turned out.
  2. birchholz

    birchholz Jul 21, 2010 Illinois

    Sounds like Mutiny and the Mollusk
  3. Dontcounttoday

    Dontcounttoday Apr 23, 2010 Illinois
    Beer Trader

    That would Mutiny and the Mollusk, the last FFF/Half Acre collaboration. Meh to the beer, awesome art though
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  4. mbockstruck30

    mbockstruck30 Dec 31, 2010 Illinois
    Beer Trader

    Opened my first bottle of Shewolf last night. Didn't have the original batch, so can't compare it. Fantastic and complex for a single IPA, but I wouldn't put it near GDDC as my favorite HA release.
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  5. bootlegger1929

    bootlegger1929 Jul 17, 2010 Illinois

    Opened one myself last night. At first I was overpowered by the earthier hops but when it opens up there's a lot going on. Very good stuff. Citrus/pine/earthy with a great backbone.
  6. nsmartell

    nsmartell Aug 17, 2007 Wisconsin

    Still plenty of bombers left when they closed on Friday night.
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