Only one beer, from your state, for the rest of your life.

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by SWEETLEW55, Feb 15, 2015.

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  1. grimey68

    grimey68 Initiate (0) Mar 16, 2013 Pennsylvania

    Tired Hands MagoTago
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  2. LancetherealLeader

    LancetherealLeader Initiate (0) Jul 12, 2013 South Carolina

    This....all day, everyday!
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  3. Greywulfken

    Greywulfken Poo-Bah (5,436) Aug 25, 2010 New York
    Society Trader

    Geez, I'd probably go with Sixpoint's Resin, though Ithaca's Flower Power is a close runner-up - or it is the other way around? :confused:

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  4. rxman

    rxman Initiate (20) Jul 11, 2013 California

    Ballast Point Dorado
  5. KegKicker

    KegKicker Initiate (33) Aug 11, 2008 New York

    Ommegang Abbey Ale - So much flavor.

    Brooklyn Lager - So easy to drink.

    Dang, dang, dang! I hate these decisions...
  6. invertalon

    invertalon Zealot (501) Jan 27, 2009 Ohio


    Probably Market Gardens Pearl Street Wheat if I could have nothing else... Drinkable and delicious.
  7. Westyn

    Westyn Initiate (0) Feb 12, 2014 Texas

    Texas- Velvet Hammer or Colour Five
  8. Swettenham_Shire

    Swettenham_Shire Initiate (0) Mar 11, 2014 Ohio

  9. king75

    king75 Initiate (0) Jul 27, 2010 Michigan

    Year round availability: Two hearted
    Limited release: Kuhnhenn BA4D
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  10. ManBearPat

    ManBearPat Zealot (529) Dec 2, 2014 Colorado

    Odell Double Pilsner:sunglasses:
  11. Domingo

    Domingo Poo-Bah (2,792) Apr 23, 2005 Colorado

    I'd want something drinkable that I would never get sick of. Tough call. Maybe New Belgium's Le Terroir.
  12. inspektor

    inspektor Zealot (501) Jun 20, 2009 North Carolina

    Gluten Freak
  13. beernazi

    beernazi Initiate (0) Dec 5, 2012 California

    this is a tough one and probably would change based on my mood, but id go with alpine duet right now
  14. Eziel

    Eziel Meyvn (1,052) Jan 31, 2013 Ohio

    Ohio. Seventh Son Humulus Nimbus.
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  15. IPA4Dan80

    IPA4Dan80 Aspirant (276) Feb 9, 2015 Indiana

    3 Floyd's Zombie Dust
  16. Drifter1

    Drifter1 Initiate (0) Jan 2, 2014 Virginia

    DC Brau OTWOA
  17. imdabuzzard

    imdabuzzard Initiate (0) Feb 17, 2015 Ohio

    Fatheads Headhunter
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  18. WeizenGuy

    WeizenGuy Initiate (0) Oct 9, 2014 Florida

    CCB Cubano Espresso
  19. hit728

    hit728 Aspirant (286) Mar 19, 2013 Connecticut

    Nebco SeaHag please.
  20. Dirrrty_Kurty

    Dirrrty_Kurty Initiate (0) Feb 9, 2015 Colorado

  21. nyknick821

    nyknick821 Initiate (0) Nov 5, 2014 Washington

    Fremont Coffee KDS... easily.
  22. dunklevice

    dunklevice Initiate (0) Nov 24, 2008 Wisconsin

    Great topic... New Glarus Scream
  23. atone315

    atone315 Champion (893) Oct 8, 2008 Wisconsin

    New Glarus Dancing Man
  24. oldsailor

    oldsailor Initiate (0) Mar 18, 2008 Connecticut

    Ouch, Nevada is tough. I like some of the offerings here, but not a ton.

    I'd have to say Joseph James Citra Rye or Tenaya Creek Imperial Stout. I won't commit to either right now, but both are great!
  25. Mess

    Mess Zealot (570) Jan 28, 2003 Massachusetts

    Fresh fort point pale ale, though I've yet to try TH Julius
  26. paulytasker

    paulytasker Disciple (323) May 16, 2012 New York

    I wanna say Flower Power or Bengali, although I really like Three Heads Brewing Cos. The Kind.
  27. MrWilliams

    MrWilliams Initiate (0) Nov 24, 2013 Arizona

    If this were the case... I'd move back to FL for either (White Oak) Jai Alai or Lectio Divina. If I were stuck here in in AZ... I'd drink Hop Shock until I could find a way out by bus, train or foot. God I would just about kill for some White Oak Jai Alai, I have yet to find an IPA out here that compares.
  28. GDawgs34

    GDawgs34 Initiate (0) Feb 16, 2014 Georgia

    Orpheus atalanta...for now, waiting for their ipas to come out in cans
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  29. Crackerroll

    Crackerroll Initiate (0) Jan 16, 2011 Missouri

    Schlafly Irish Style Extra Stout. It's a bit of an unfinished stout but Is a beer I really like nonetheless.
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  30. Beer-Revelry

    Beer-Revelry Initiate (0) Jan 10, 2015 Texas

    St. Arnold Bishop's Barrel No. 7!
  31. fureousangel

    fureousangel Initiate (0) May 19, 2012 California

    I can't believe I had to get to the 66th post to see, in my opinion, the GOAT.

    Pliny. All day. Every day.

    Californa for the fucking win.
  32. ubiq3000

    ubiq3000 Initiate (0) Dec 6, 2013 California

    Row 2 Hill 56 from Russian River
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  33. BrownAleMale

    BrownAleMale Initiate (0) Dec 14, 2011 Wisconsin

    Wisconsin- Dancing Man Wheat
  34. ramrod666

    ramrod666 Initiate (0) Apr 12, 2004 Pennsylvania

  35. 4truth

    4truth Aspirant (237) Jan 30, 2015 Illinois

    Lots of really excellent choices in IL, but gotta go with Beer Hates Astronauts from Half Acre.
  36. Iamjeff6

    Iamjeff6 Initiate (0) Sep 9, 2013 Virginia

    Damn this is a tough choice.. If I had to pick I think I would go with Three Brothers Resolute.
  37. pitweasel

    pitweasel Initiate (0) Jun 11, 2007 New York

    You only expect to live until mid-March?

    Dibs on your CDs.
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  38. brewskifan55

    brewskifan55 Initiate (0) May 17, 2011 Mississippi

    Mississippi has been contributing some really stellar stuff lately. Crooked Letter's Mystery Romp is excellent, Southern Prohibition's new Crowd Control is one of the best IPA's I've had lately...but not on a daily regimen. For everyday, I'd have to go with the Belgian sweetness of Lucky Town's Ballistic Blonde or the tried and true Southern Pecan from Lazy Magnolia.
  39. Damian

    Damian Poo-Bah (3,366) Jun 1, 2006 Massachusetts
    Society Trader

    Galaxy Dry Hopped Fort Point Pale Ale
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  40. RBCBrams17

    RBCBrams17 Disciple (378) Aug 22, 2014 Illinois

    This would be really tough, I'd be tempted to go with one of several amazing Pipeworks DIPA's, but they're all north of 9%. For an everyday drinking beer, I'd have to go Half Acre Daisy Cutter.
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