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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by willbm3, Feb 14, 2013.
Listen to him. Anybody than can cut Hulk like that knows what they`re talking about.
I drink as much HT as I can get in the summer, I bought a few cases in May, and had one for beach week in July. Maybe 6 weeks, absolutely no difference in taste none at all, just has to be kept cool. I've gone thru my share considering I live in NC, absolutely wonderful stuff, enjoy it. Have to say if you keep it cool this DIPA isn't time sensitive, also better IMO in the can vs on tap.
As good or better such as? You live in SC I live in NC so what brews are so easily available they put HT to rest.
Congrats, it's amazing....I have a 4 pack coming next week via trade as well. Cheers!
It's a great IPA, just like a lot of other IPAs.
It took me to a new dimension.
The OP was seeking advice about a trip in February. Did he go? what were impressions? </thread>
What ever beer you want it to be. Just because so many people say a beer is that good doesn't mean it is. I bet if it was widely available as Stone or Scuplin it wouldn't be highly sought after and highly rated. Am I saying it's a bad beer? No. Am I saying people need to look past Heady's availability and decide for themselves if it's that good and not worry about what other people say? Yes.
Worth the hype and then some.
Worth the hype? Sorry.....TOTALLY.!
Just like KBS, it's real I am sad to say. It's like drinking a bowl of weed!
Nah, it's crap. Send it to me and I'll take care of it for you.
Heady is my favorite IPA so far, with a close second of Gandhi Bot... and close behind that, Pliny. I really do have a hard time deciding which is better, Heady or Gandhi. But, I am content to fight that battle for the rest of my life. Good luck tracking some down, OP!
we have cluster flies, alas
and this time of year,
Heady is very much worth the hype. It's my favorite year-round DIPA, and beats the pants off of 99% of year round DIPAs. Plenty of seasonals and special releases can bring it, but factoring in the price, consistency, and availability, HT can't be beat.
It's worth picking up, though I'd suggest you get at least a 4 pack or 2, as I found it very much grew on me. I enjoyed my 20th Heady more than my first...
fantastic beer. not sure it's worth jumping through hoops for, but if it was available to me regularly, i would certainly purchase it regularly and would always have at least one in the fridge at all times
I'd drive there again to get it, plus Vermont is awesome so it's just pure winning.
It's a good beer and all, but when you get to the upper echelon of these IPAs, it's all splitting hairs. Good beer, but not worth going crazy over trying. There's plenty of other good IPAs out there which are available without all the legwork involved.
A friend of mine brought me back 2 4-packs yesterday from a trip to Vermont. Had one yesterday, and the beer is amazing as always and is absolutely deserving of the hype. Can't wait to drink the other 7!
Will always pick up a couple of 4-packs when I'm in Vermont. But Double Simcoe from Weyerbacher here in PA scratches that itch just as well for me. Pliny, Sculpin, and a few others that have been mentioned on the other hand, don't.
Was recently declaring myself over heady...then decided to taste it next to the likes of detour, 90 minute, dreadnaught ipa, and devil dancer this weekend. Heady blew them all out of the water, guess im not quite over it yet.
One of the few beers that is even better than the hype. It has an extra dimension and balance that I've never found with any other hyped DIPA
I've since had the opportunity to get to Waterbury and I'm pleased to report that Heady Topper is such an outstanding beer that it's nearly the equal of Lawson's Double Sunshine.
Good on ya, Vermont.