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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Jeffo, Jun 17, 2013.
Had a few draughts and a 32oz growler at home of Rodenbach Vintage, a Flemish Sour Ale. Stunning.
Trillium Fort Point was really good.
Odd 13's latest batch of Codename Superfan was a wow beer to me because to me it had improved so much over test batch 1.
Firestone 18th Anniversary.
ninja vs unicorn
Stillwater Tropical Punch Ale.
Holy shit that's a good sour.
"Tickle Me Nelmo" from Mission Creek Brewing in San Jose....WOW!!!
Crabtree Berliner Weisse
Barrel Aged BOMB! Prairrrieeeee, doggggg. The aroma alone had assured me that I did not waste one cent by buying this brew. It is the only beer that I've had that has matched up to BBA Biscotti.
Pirate Bomb ! -wow
BA. Bomb !- wow
Ground State. Missed out on the bottles, but the few drafts I got to savor weren't too shabby
This belgian quad, simply amazing!
Bottle Logic Ground State.
I made it to two days of their anniversary Week of Logic...I wish I could get a do-over, and make it to all seven.
Founders Mosaic Promise
Bitter Valentine - Ale Werks
Magic Green Nuggets - Other Half
Gilded Lily by Carton in NJ. My first truffle beer. Blown. Away. I bought a growler at the NYC bar where it was being served and the next day they were all out. If I didn't have little to no time on my hands I would be driving up to that brewery right now to get my hands on more of that liquid gold!
Transmitter H4 Harvest Ale, sour with plums -- delightfully juicy with a very restrained sourness that made it all the more mouthwatering.
Epiphany from Foundation
Better then the dinner release I got
Last snow.....so much coconut goodness.
Todd......completely lived up to the hype.
King Sue.....changed the way I look at ipas.
Cycle freaking Hazelnut. I'm dead.
Avery BA brews are incredibly underated. Uncle Jacobs murders.
Cheers. Love that stuff!
Was just about to post this one myself, with pretty much the same message.
The Bruery Chronology 6. Exceptional beer .
Mine would probably be Burial's Donut Skillet Stout when in Asheville... Wow, that was awesome. Like an amped up Founder's Breakfast Stout. The donut served with it helped, too.
My favorite beer of our trip, which included around 9 breweries.
I had an Artaic from Trillum a little while ago
Old Engine Oil is hugely underated!
A classic: Saison Dupont. Just had it for the first time. Really a massively important saison.
Boulevard's bourbon barrel quad, a part of their Smokestack series. Absolutely unreal.
Singlecut mo shuggie!
up there with the tree house ipa's
As in "wow, that sure tastes and smells like a cherry Jolly Ranger!"
In a good way, though
Georgetown brewing Bodhizafa ipa. Freaking incredible!
Just had Perennial Sump last night. Perfect coffee stout. Seriously Amazing.
Another of my latest WOW beers was Stillwater Artisanal Ales Moneytree$, a low abv gose-style session IPA. Brian knocked it out of the park with this one. I reviewed it on the website Tenemu.com. Check it out..
Two recent and very different wow beers for me, now at the top of my favorites list. First is Brau Brothers Red Velvet Moo Joos, a raspberry tap-only variant of their milk stout. Really good.
Second is Weihenstephaner Hefe Weissbier. This is incredible - nose and taste of bread dough and bananas (not banana bread somehow). No bitterness, could drink many of these.
Any of the SingleCut Beersmith IIPAs. I'm just blown away by their quality and juicy tropical fruit notes.
New guy's on the block in Winchester VA (Winchester Brew Works) make a chipotle porter that really made me do a double take. First wow beer in a long time and looking forward to see what they continue to produce.
I thought Two Roads "Rye 95" was awesome, and definitely under-rated. It's a rye beer, but it's really a Belgian tripel. Really different, and certainly not what you normally think of when you think "rye beer".
Had Alesmith Speedway Stout for first time last weekend. Easily jumps into my top 5... Wow!
Zwei Brewing's rauchbier and dunkelweisen. Great German lagers in Fort Collins!