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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by msscott1973, Jan 17, 2021.
I didn’t see a new one of these started.
Deep Flux is pretty dang good.
DSSOLVR Definitely Aliens Mexican Imperial Stout - excellent, memorable beer!
Grabbed a growler of Jester King's Moderne Dansk from my local craft bar this week, pretty incredible. Took an entire 32 oz growler on by myself, which is out of character for me with regards to sours. And you're right, Deep Flux IS pretty dang good!
Better Year Bitter an ESB from the month old Bull n Bear Brewery in Summit NJ. an outstanding example of the style.
I was at Whiskey Road in Cedar Falls, IA, the other night and I about fell off my chair when I noticed TG Mornin' Delight on the tap list. Everything you've heard is true.
I haven't had one yet but the year is young.
I ordered the husband and I a rare stout gift pack online plus got a bunch of the fifty fifty eclipse 2020 releases and 3 abraxas varieties.
That being said...
I had my first King Sue today at a local restaurant. One of the best beers I have ever had. Best beer experience since 2011 actually.
Most interesting WOW beer lately has been Mezcal Barrel Aged Eclipse
Allagash Kurkuma saison. Dont let the turmeric additive scare you off, it’s barely noticeable, but this was an outstanding saison and worth trying if you enjoy saisons.
Massive! Bourbon barrel aged barleywine from Gigantic was ridiculously good.
A few days ago I had Rodenbach Vintage 2018. It was spectacular.
Update for me. Melvin Barrel-Aged Ruckus is phenomenal! Canned December 8th 2020.
Destika from Notch
So much flavor and texture in a low ABV lager
Been in love with sours from Tox brewing in New London, so I took a drive down for a 4pk of Lily of the Valley red, and wow! So impressed with that series. Also picked up a couple bottles of Wisteria.
Will let you all know about that one when I pop it open tonight