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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by SawDog505, Jan 2, 2013.
Founders Harvest Ale
Any Alchemist beer not named Heady Topper. I don't think they'll ever to get around to brewing anything other than Heady.
Plus Nor and Walden.
I would have to agree. A small tear would fall from my eye each time I walked by...
Firestone VXI is a masterpiece. I'm pissed I only bought to cases because I went through a case in a half in 6 weeks...
Bourbon Barrel kriek new glarus
It's not a RS only beer but it's not one that was widely distributed. It's primarily for sale at the Bruery and at Bruery Provisions although I've seen it at a few other places here in Orange County. BM me your address and I'll send you a bottle. Not looking for anything back but if you so choose feel free to donate to one of the charities here:
This kind of generosity is all kinds of amazing.
Consider it a deal. Charity for beer.
As Stone is right down the street from my home, I am ready to receive if they release... That's on my wish list for sure!
I had everything from the 04 on up to the 12 just last week and the 09 was one of the best
The only problem I had with the mint chocolate stout was that the mint was too overpowering and instead of a true mint taste, you got an undesired bitter taste. But the chocolate was also quite prominent and was a definite plus. Overall I was disappointed
Bruery the Wanderer
3F Cimmerian Sabertooth Berserker
Had it at CBC this past year and absolutely loved it.
Nor was brewed more than once. I think the recipe was tweaked a little. Those rice solids looked like hell to work with.
Avery Meretrix (#8 in the barrel aged sour series; aged two years in Cabernet Sauvignon barrels with sour cherries)
That sounds fucking amazing.
I can tell you the St. Bernardus 60th Anniversary being a one off sucks
Wow, did not realize that was no brewed anymore...Excellent brew.
Sick beer the Fritz and Ken was...Forgot that one.
I'm in the reserve society and Otiose is part of the initial package. Trade?
Someone just reached out to me about shipping me a bottle.
I've never done a trade before, I was always kind of put off by them. I suppose there's a first time for everything.
Such a great beer. And only $15 for a growler fill!
No shit? i still believe its the best example of the "Hoppy Session" i have had. where did you find the recipe?
Kern River 5th Anniversary DIPA. Absolutely amazing!
My Avatar and living in N.H. is going ruin my chances of going to Amesbury, but thanks for the input. Did you have it?
I had some a weekish ago at Lord Hobo, and it's held up very well.
Not there, but I was able to grab two bottles at stores around the Manchester area. Good stuff.
You're in luck, they thought so too and decided to make it again. It was released again last month under a different name. Then again Kern's so small and so popular that everything from them might as well be a one off. If you have a job that won't allow you to chase a beer truck you're probably not getting any of it anyway.
Stone's Tenth Anniversary.
Damon (BB RIS) - Hill Farmstead Brewery.
Love to see a return of this one.
girl named michelle, spring break, sophomore year of college.
Do you mean "The Plunge?" Is that the same beer? I don't even see it listed/reviews for it on this site...
Troegs scratch #78....maybe the best fresh hop I have ever had
5th Anniversary is a DIPA not a Winter Ale... According to Kern's website their "Winter Ale" is a"Spicy Rye Winter Ale" and not a DIPA.
Summit Imperial Pumpkin Porter (and I am not a fan of pumpkin anything)
Schell's Burton Ale.
The 2012 winter ale was the 5th anniversary iipa. The description there is for the previous winter ale. The info came from kern... I think it's still on their Facebook.
I enjoyed Stone 15th alot, and if they dont do the Belgo Anise IRS this year, that one. I fucking love the shit out of that beer.
Hardywood Anniversary Ale was a crazy good Blackberry Stout/ASA. I loved that beer too.
Cigar City Wild Guava Lychee Sour. They did it for a fruit beer event in 2011 called Fruit in the Room. Spectacular. I was so hoping there would be more on tap at Hunahpu Day last year, but there wasn't.
Also, CCB The Hills Have Coffee. Basically the Patio Tools/Hillsborough River Stout equivalent to the Cubano Espresso Brown Ale.