Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by draheim, May 15, 2013.
Case of PtE is 24 bombers, equaling three drinks each is about 72 drinks from RR on that alone.
After going through all of the brews from Sierra Nevada listed on this site, I can say that I have for sure had at least 149 different beers from them. Some might say that I spend too much time at that place!
51 - New Belgium
36 - Deschutes
36 - Stone
35 - Sierra Nevada
29 - DFH
27 - Elysian
25 - Widmer
23 - Cascade
22 - Sam Adams (BBC)
22 - Goose Island
19 - Founders
18 - Big Sky
16 - Avery
15 - Bell's
15 - Cigar City
15 - Firestone Walker
14 - Alaskan
14 - Great Divide
14 - Rogue
That was too much work.
Over 50 also Brewdog and De Molen.
Over 20: Rogue, Hoppin Frog, To Ol, Southern Tier, Nogne, Port/Lost Abbey.
I've had every beer Jester King has ever made... multiple times. So that's 23 different types of beer off the bat plus a few "experimental" batches on top of that. Being that the brewery is right near me, that's probably the top of the chops for me. Guessing Hops & Grain would be up there as well for me because of their local experimental "Greenhouse" series that always has rotating new beers monthly.
I have had only their Imperial Stout. Are those brews good?
They're probably the foremost producer of sours/wild ales in the south right now. Well worth trying if you're into that sort of thing.
Boston Beer Co - thirteen.
Dogfish head is a distant second.
Yeah I like sours. I can get lambics cheaper though.
Some of those seems quite interesting when you look at their website, but i am not sure, how good/interesting they finally are.
148 mikkeller, I bet that wasn't cheap!
I don't really review but my list is:
Hill Farmstead 34
Jacks Abby 13
All rated on the other site.
Hehe..., no it wasn't. But I have to pay American craft beers usually even more. And when you always says, that it is annoying, when Mikkeller's IPA's are not necessery fresh, I have same problem with American IPAs. Actually situation is even worse, because many brewery doesn't date their bottles at all.
I have no idea how many but i'm sure the brewery is my local brew pub.
The Kernel- 79
87 Short's Brewing Company. Next is probably Bells somewhere in the 40s.
In two years of reviewing:
55 from FFF (I've had more before reviewing)
41 from Pipeworks
24 from Half Acre (had more as well before reviewing)
Tired Hands - 49
Short's - 34
I'm sure there's others but those are probably my highest
35 - Victory