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

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  1. Paccamacca

    Paccamacca Initiate (0) Sep 15, 2012 California

    Pliny the Elder. Easy.
  2. Thepleasantimbiber

    Thepleasantimbiber Initiate (0) Oct 30, 2013 California

    Alpine Nelson. Nice light body, mid-range ABV, bursts with flavor, can't imagine ever getting tired of it. There are bigger, more in your face beers that I might pick for one night, but Nelson is the perfect marriage of incredible, complex flavor and approachability.
  3. Dicers

    Dicers Grand Pooh-Bah (3,400) Sep 2, 2012 California
    Pooh-Bah Society Trader

    I'm excited for alpine albeit green flash version will hit TX soon
  4. stratusjeans

    stratusjeans Initiate (0) Oct 11, 2014 Washington


    I want to say IPA, but my favorites are out of state. I'd probably go Bourbon Barrel Abominable Coffee Cinnamon. This way it would be easy to drink every morning. I guess in this world I'm less productive.
  5. NCIPArunner

    NCIPArunner Initiate (0) Feb 16, 2015 North Carolina

    NoDa Hop Drop n Roll IPA

    Close second Foothills Seeing Double IPA
  6. architects

    architects Initiate (0) Jun 30, 2011 Minnesota


    I know most people won't agree with me, but Indeed Let It Ride IPA would be my everyday. Unbelievably delicious.
  7. Chris33

    Chris33 Initiate (0) Jan 10, 2015 Ohio

    From where I grew up? Heady Topper for days!!!!
    Where I live now... Bay of Bengal by Moerlein
  8. Ilovelampandbeer

    Ilovelampandbeer Initiate (0) Aug 25, 2013 New York

  9. Pro_Magnon

    Pro_Magnon Savant (1,001) Mar 25, 2014 Texas

    Yellow Rose IPA out of The Lone Pint Brewery in Magnolia, Texas.
  10. Wjwaugh

    Wjwaugh Initiate (0) Apr 10, 2014 Indiana

    What about the hoppy beers coming from 18th street. 18th Street take over is happening
  11. LuskusDelph

    LuskusDelph Initiate (0) May 1, 2008 New Jersey

    I'm not too impressed at all by the stuff coming out of the increasing number of breweries here in New Jersey, but I do really enjoy the ales brewed at the SHIP INN in Milford, particularly their 'Best Bitter' .
    Unfortunately, they don't package their brews for outside sales.
  12. rgordon

    rgordon Pooh-Bah (2,605) Apr 26, 2012 North Carolina

    Foothills Pilot Mountain Pale Ale out of Winston-Salem has recently been reformulated, bottled and kegged regularly, and is delicious. This beer would satisfy me from now on. That it's named after and shows on the label the iconic Pilot Mountain is a huge plus for me. Pilot Mountain is a monadnock- the core of an ancient volcano, exposed above the surrounding foothills- and is visible from many directions for long distances. It's a beautiful landmark!
  13. rob90min

    rob90min Initiate (0) Sep 1, 2014 Alabama

    Being from Alabama I would have to go for one of the classics so that would have to be Good People IPA
  14. n2492004

    n2492004 Zealot (732) Dec 31, 2006 Michigan

    Two Hearted Ale that's an easy one
  15. QuakeAttack

    QuakeAttack Pooh-Bah (1,877) Mar 19, 2012 California
    Pooh-Bah Society

    Why do you want to take me back to the 80s? I refuse to make this decision...:stuck_out_tongue:
  16. GuidedByBill

    GuidedByBill Initiate (0) May 13, 2012 Massachusetts

    Bostonian over here scratching his head pretty hard over this............
    I'd have to go with Trillium Brewing Big Sprang

    or move back to VT and go with Fiddleheads Mastermind
  17. beeragent

    beeragent Pooh-Bah (1,754) Aug 16, 2005 Texas

    I would have to say Live Oak Hefeweizen
  18. Beer_Loving_Brandon

    Beer_Loving_Brandon Initiate (0) Jan 5, 2015 Mississippi

    I currently live in Mississippi, but I am from Ohio. I will play by the rules though since I live in MS.

    Timber Beast by Lazy Magnolia.

    Who would have thought MS could produce such an awesome beer.
  19. seabeetastetest

    seabeetastetest Initiate (0) Feb 18, 2015 Texas

    Ok beers in Texas I think i will stick with Endeavor from Saint Arnold or Shiner Cheer all year round.
  20. willmc

    willmc Initiate (0) Aug 29, 2009 Oklahoma

    that's an easy one for me here in Oklahoma, Marshall's Atlas IPA
  21. aderousseau

    aderousseau Initiate (0) Jun 22, 2008 Arkansas

    Beautiful picture.
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  22. sjrodriguez

    sjrodriguez Initiate (0) May 14, 2014 California

    Sante Adairius. West Ashley. Not even a question.
  23. Beer21

    Beer21 Initiate (0) Oct 17, 2010 Florida

    Swamphead Big Nose IPA
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  24. zac16125

    zac16125 Grand Pooh-Bah (3,296) Jan 26, 2010 South Carolina
    Pooh-Bah Trader

    COAST Boy King.
  25. joe12pk

    joe12pk Initiate (0) Mar 20, 2014 Michigan

    Norm's Raggedy Ass IPA (Michigan)
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  26. Comparison_Ford

    Comparison_Ford Initiate (0) Apr 4, 2014 New York

    Barrier Money IPA.

    Haven't gotten to try any IPAs from Other Half yet, though.
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  27. Tbone2131

    Tbone2131 Pundit (866) Nov 17, 2014 Connecticut

    CT: Gandhi bot (although they are now changing the name)
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  28. Mcooly

    Mcooly Zealot (584) Feb 19, 2011 New Jersey

    Carton Boat or 077XX
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  29. Trueant1

    Trueant1 Initiate (0) Sep 23, 2007 Minnesota

    Flagstaff brewing co Lumberyad IPA. I could session this every day for the rest of my life.
  30. ecpho

    ecpho Initiate (0) Mar 28, 2011 New York

    might change mine to Barrier's Oil City Black IPA
    or SingleCut's Dean. about 6.0 ABV - manageable.
  31. Digital_luda

    Digital_luda Initiate (0) May 25, 2014 Connecticut

    Gandhi bot all day
  32. aratcliffe

    aratcliffe Initiate (0) Jan 6, 2015 Kansas

    Now, this is where it's a bit easier living in a less-fruitful beer state. Hands down, for me, it's Free State Stormchaser. That is a summer seasonal, though, so to fill in the gaps year-round, I'd probably do Free State Copperhead.
  33. Aichelberger

    Aichelberger Initiate (0) Oct 9, 2004 Maryland

    Too many to choose from. Today I'd pick Milkhouse Red Eye Porter, farm brewed and smooth as silk. Caveat: I've never had the same beer twice in a row. I'm serious. So this question sounds like my definition of hell.
  34. Borkman18

    Borkman18 Initiate (0) Feb 19, 2015 Connecticut

  35. Borkman18

    Borkman18 Initiate (0) Feb 19, 2015 Connecticut

    That or a Good old Gandhi Bot
  36. Reemer686

    Reemer686 Initiate (0) Oct 13, 2014 Maryland

    I think I would go with Duckpin pale ale from Union Craft. Tasty, sessionable and reasonably priced
  37. PayDay

    PayDay Initiate (0) Oct 16, 2007 Oregon

    Boneyard RPM
  38. FATC1TY

    FATC1TY Initiate (0) Feb 12, 2012 Georgia

    Yeah, I could drink Atalanta everyday, cold or hot weather.

    However, Transmigration of Souls, their DIPA.. I could drink that everyday.. World Class.
  39. Shuvaxu

    Shuvaxu Initiate (0) Jun 25, 2014 Maine

    Maine Beer Company Mean Old Tom stout -- although the King Titus porter and Another One IPA by them are also incredible...

    It's hard not to pick Allagash Tripel, though--a masterful interpretation of a classic style.
  40. CayseyW

    CayseyW Initiate (0) Mar 7, 2013 Connecticut

    I'd miss several favorites, but it's a no-brainer: Dogs and Boats from Beer'd Brewing. (Sorry NEBCO, I still love you.)
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