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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by ElijahSF, Oct 24, 2014.
its out now and amazing
Drake's Brewing Denogginizer. Had to go to SoCal to get it. So good!!
As good as when it first came out? Awesome, can't wait to get some for the holidays.
was at the brew pub tonight. draft was super good. tons of cases and bottles available, $8/4 pack I think.
I'm up in Mansfield for school, Montrose is home. Hopefully it'll work its way to my local stores soon.
locust Reign, Coriolis and Hobbit Juice
Hop venom...helps that its only on tap.
Toppling Goliath Sosus
Firestone Walker Double Jack
Not a true DIPA, but Burton Baton.
Snake Handler. Always the same whenever I have it. Great bitterness with a nice crisp clean, finish.
The Dirtay Wolf!
Hop venom and tank slapper, love these beers.
Enjoy by...heady is on the opposite end of the spectrum as I pull different favors and ratios every time I drink it
Great area. I used to go to Morris/Wellsboro all the time to fish/hang out. My buddies dad has a hunting camp up there.
Ten days? Send me some of what you're smoking.
Victory Dirt Wolf, Double Jack and Heady.
90 minute, and that isn't necessarily a good thing.
Wicked Weed Freak of Nature and that IS a good thing.
I second the Port Mongo. One of my go to IIPAs thats always consistent and delicious!
Don't know about hitting the shelves within ten days but Sneaky Pete has always struck me as being very consistent.
Did anyone read the OP's caveat?
Some of these answers confuse me. Who the hell is finding fresh Double Jack 100% of the time? Even folks in Paso have old shit on the shelves!
Dirtwolf is very consistant outstanding Beer
Assuming it's relatively fresh:
FW Double Jack
As many people have mentioned, Dirtwolf. It's about as consistent as any DIPA I've ever had. Heady and Sculpin both have a high level of consistancey.
Great Lakes Lake Erie Mons'ta
90 Minute and Double Jack.
Some others, even better ones, just don't always hit the spot for me. I'm not sure if it's the beer tasting different or me just not always liking that flavor, though.
Those two always taste the same and I always love them, though.
New Glarus Scream (or any New Glarus beer for that matter)
I have drank more New Glarus then all other breweries combined and can honestly say I have never had a bad 6 or 4 pack or bottle for that matter.
Clown Shoes Space Cake is a very good double ipa
Funny, I would put Pliny on the complete opposite end of the spectrum as this. I've had bottles that were amazing, and what I was expecting, and then I've had bottles that were very blasé. In my experience (I've maybe had 20ish bottles), Pliny bottles have varied big time.
I have a real thing for Oskar Blues Gubna. Hasn't let me down yet.
90 minute, any imperial by lagunitas.
Where are people saying sucks? Has anyone noticed that it tastes different? Maybe it is just me.
I've had almost every 32oz batch since it came out and it just tasted different than when it was a seasonal. The Born Yesterday tasted JUST like the Sucks I remember when it came out originally in 2011/2012.
I seem to remember sucks using a limited hop variety, making it exclusively seasonal. Anyone remember this?
Oskar Blues G'knight... Even if it is a Red DIPA
You're gonna make me post a pic of the bottle date every Wed. huh.
Spiteful Working For The Weekend
HF Double Citra.
If ANYONE says Heady topper - they are fooling themselves.
They don't even have the same (hop) schedule for every batch. - It simply cannot taste the same every time.
The hop schedule changes based on the hops he can get. he runs out every year.
The beer at the end of the hop season tastes nothing like the beer at the beginning of the hop season.
I'm drinking one now that has a distinct onion flavor. Summit hops maybe?