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One Beer 4 One Year

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Hamburgers, Jan 10, 2013.

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  1. Stockfan42

    Stockfan42 Jan 20, 2009 Massachusetts

    Fresh Finest Kind.
     
  2. Schwantz

    Schwantz Dec 16, 2012 Florida

    Jai Alai
    [​IMG]
     
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  3. nickapalooza86

    nickapalooza86 Feb 23, 2010 Wisconsin

    New Glarus Moon Man, well that was easy.
     
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  4. Providence

    Providence Feb 24, 2010 Rhode Island

    Brooklyn Lager really is kick ass. I went through that stuff like mad over the holidays. It never let's me down.
     
  5. TonyTalon

    TonyTalon Mar 20, 2012 Wisconsin

  6. skinsfan

    skinsfan May 24, 2005 Maryland
    Beer Trader

    Sucks for me
     
  7. Thickfreakness

    Thickfreakness Oct 2, 2010 New York

    DFH Palo Santo
     
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  8. beerserks

    beerserks Oct 19, 2010 Texas

    Damn tough question....a toss up between A Little Sumpin Sumpin, Prima Pils, or Tank 7. Sorry for not only picking one but come on thats a hard question!
     
  9. mecummins

    mecummins Nov 16, 2012 Illinois

    Ever since I found out that New Glarus is putting it into rotation, I've been craving one, so I'm going with Fat Squirrel.
     
  10. SFACRKnight

    SFACRKnight Jan 20, 2012 Colorado
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  11. joshbrink

    joshbrink Jan 9, 2012 Alabama

    SNPA, more basic but a beer i cant seem to get tired of.
     
  12. RobertColianni

    RobertColianni Nov 4, 2008 Pennsylvania

    Great Divide Titan IPA.
     
  13. BJasny

    BJasny Jul 10, 2011 Texas

    I third Celebration Ale. After the first one I had I didn't see all the hype behind it but the more I drink it the more I love it
     
  14. tdmccarthy

    tdmccarthy May 6, 2010 Illinois

    Half Acre Daisy Cutter. It has a ton of delicious hop flavor but at only 5.2% is highly sessionable. In the running are also ZD, Two Hearted, SNPA and Prima Pils.
     
  15. fujindemon74

    fujindemon74 Nov 7, 2012 Pennsylvania

    BCBS...it's my wife's favorite beer.
     
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  16. holymoly

    holymoly Jan 10, 2013 Virginia

    Two Hearted
     
  17. SammyJaxxxx

    SammyJaxxxx Feb 23, 2012 New Jersey
    Subscriber Beer Trader

    Nugget Nectar

    Just a couple of months until it is out. I can't wait.
     
  18. keysburg

    keysburg Mar 28, 2012 Massachusetts

    Hennepin.
     
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  19. SFACRKnight

    SFACRKnight Jan 20, 2012 Colorado
    Beer Trader

    Thats good strategy.
     
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  20. MCain04

    MCain04 Jan 3, 2013 Texas
    Beer Trader

    Heady Topper. Great all year round. FBS, Zombie Dust, FBD, double galaxy, and ghandi bot also make the list.
     
  21. fujindemon74

    fujindemon74 Nov 7, 2012 Pennsylvania

    It's better than good strategy...it's winning strategy.
     
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  22. Andygirl

    Andygirl Jan 3, 2013 Michigan

    GLBC Edmund Fitzgerald
     
  23. pschul4

    pschul4 Jan 7, 2011 Illinois
    Beer Trader

    Haven't read all this but gonna join the assumed hundreds of people saying Heady Topper
     
  24. Mscarpen

    Mscarpen Apr 2, 2011 Tennessee
    Beer Trader

    For the price, availability, and awesomeness, I'd go with Old Rasputin.
     
  25. Domingo

    Domingo Apr 23, 2005 Colorado
    Subscriber Beer Trader

    Great Divide Rumble, without a second thought.
    I can drink it in warm weather, cold weather, with food, by itself, anytime, anywhere.
     
  26. benjaminahudson

    benjaminahudson Sep 29, 2012 North Carolina

    Heady - quite possibly the easiest question to answer on the interwebz
     
  27. azureoval

    azureoval Jan 25, 2010 California

    Noble Pils
     
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  28. Sam_Frank

    Sam_Frank Nov 29, 2012 California

    Sierra Pale Ale


    i think i could survive
     
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  29. bryanole27

    bryanole27 Jun 24, 2011 North Carolina

    Man, almost 3 pages and I'll be the first to say Pliny?!
     
  30. nanobrew

    nanobrew Dec 31, 2008 California

    I would say either Blind Pig or Sanctification or Cantillon Gueuze (well if we can get crazy I would say Beatification or some other Cantillon)
     
  31. oudebueuze

    oudebueuze Dec 12, 2012 California
    Beer Trader

    I think at this very moment I might pick Boulevard's Double-Wide IPA.
     
  32. DelMontiac

    DelMontiac Oct 22, 2010 Oklahoma

    It would have to go with a lot of different foods and situations, sooooo...Free State Copperhead.
     
  33. MarioM

    MarioM Sep 13, 2009 California

    Trois Pistoles by Unibroue
     
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  34. jlt6116

    jlt6116 Oct 13, 2009 California

    Nugget Nectar.
    Or Anchor Steam.
     
  35. Revenant

    Revenant Aug 8, 2012 Minnesota

    Surly Bitter Brewer
     
  36. IcemanCometh

    IcemanCometh Sep 6, 2012 Massachusetts

    Question about Finest Kind since I am new to it, how old is the beer based on the best before date? For example I saw at the store and the best before date was 6/13/13

    Cheers!
     
  37. Mit

    Mit Oct 25, 2005 Ontario (Canada)

    Torpedo or Celebration
     
  38. GeddyLeeRocks

    GeddyLeeRocks Oct 14, 2012 Pennsylvania

    Colt .45 Double Malt
     
  39. fastenoughforphish

    fastenoughforphish Nov 14, 2012 Illinois
    Beer Trader

    Probably Bell's Two Hearted or FFF Gumball Head.
     
  40. PatriotsRule

    PatriotsRule Sep 25, 2012 Massachusetts

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