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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by mychalg9, Oct 29, 2012.
Fresh bottle of Freetail Hopothesis F.
Agreed,had it on tap a few weeks ago.
Ruination 10 and Zombie Dust.
Good I have two in the fridge
I just drank my very first BCBS tonight. OMFG. Yes I said OMFG, and no, I am not a 14 year old girl. It blew my cerebral cortex away.
Allagash Coolship Red for me. Appearance, Smell, Taste. Everything was just spot on.
J&J Blauw, awesome, thanks Brandon. Oh and Cable Car '09, fantastic, best of the bunch.
Welcome to the club....we've been expecting you
Beers that have recently blown me away...
Living in Wisconsin I have been used to New Glarus offering great beers but recently I have recognized how well put together Moon Man (APA) is. I've also recently drank Lagunitus Maximus and have been throughly impressed. Also grab yourself some Stony Brooke Red from Sam Adams.
I just had my palate body slammed by an Enjoy By 12.21.12.
Great Basin Jackpot Porter. That was damn good
Hill Farmstead Ephraim.
Drie Fonteinen Schaerbeekse Kriek
Parabola, Bravo Brown, Firestone 14.
Maybe New Belgium Love. Also Maybe Chuckanut Pilsner.
Founders Breakfast Stout. Seriously. I was drunk a few nights ago when I had one. Blew my mind.
Harpoon 100 Barrel Series El Triunfo Coffee Porter. Outstanding!!!
I also have to go with Zombie Dust... Who knew something good could actually come out of Indiana.....
I have been telling folks this is the best bottled cascade beer I have had yet, and I have had them all
Perennial - "funkfest" flanders with blueberries and rasberries
drank at stlhops anniversary party. the couple pours of that alone were worth the ticket price
Finally had a St. Bernardus Abt 12 over Thanksgiving weekend. Left me wondering where go from here on out.
Southern Tier 2Xmas
HF Everett blew my damn doors off!
The first batch of Lotus Eater from Nepenthe (NH) - like Heady good. They're apparently still messing around with their process on this, and subsequent batches didn't even come close to the first. Fingers crossed they can replicate batch #1.
My first taste of Abyss...What a tongue awakening experience that was
New Glarus Belgian Red
Lost Abbey Track #8 (Number of the Beast)
~tried it at FOBAB
GI Juliet....on tap!
Since i started trading this year, ive had the privilege of finally trying HF Everett, HT, BCBS, JK Boxers Revenge, and Terrapin WNB...all of which have knocked my socks off
Three Floyd's Alpha Klaus, easily one of the most complex beers I've ever had. The flavor profile was wild
Jack's Abby Kiwi Rising
Had White Chocolate Sunday. T'was amazing.
Had my first Founders Breakfast Stout a few weeks ago, amazing! Tried Stone's Oaked Arrogant Bastard over the weekend and I can't wait to have that again.
Just had my first Heady Topper last night. BLEW MY MIND
Firestone Wooky Jack blew me away as far as a Black IPA. And Alpine Nelson was so unique I was pissed I did not live in San Diego.
Jack's Abby India Pale Lager blew my mind completely. It is so refreshing and crisp. Excellent beer all around.
Bell's Barrel Aged Batch 9000. I'll just say that it was so good that I was turning down Black Note to drink it!
LaCumbre Elevated IPA. Wow!