Poll: What's the largest number of beers you've had from a single brewery?

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by draheim, May 15, 2013.

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For those of you who review, what's the largest number of beers you've had from a single brewery?

  1. 1-5

    6 vote(s)
    1.0%
  2. 6-10

    69 vote(s)
    11.2%
  3. 11-15

    71 vote(s)
    11.5%
  4. 16-20

    67 vote(s)
    10.9%
  5. 21-25

    73 vote(s)
    11.9%
  6. 26-30

    55 vote(s)
    8.9%
  7. 31-35

    51 vote(s)
    8.3%
  8. 36-40

    36 vote(s)
    5.9%
  9. 41-45

    24 vote(s)
    3.9%
  10. 46+

    163 vote(s)
    26.5%
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  1. DrinkSlurm

    DrinkSlurm Oct 3, 2007 New York

    Top 5 Most:
    28 from DFH
    25 from New Belgium (and they don't even get distributed to my State!)
    21 from Matt (Saranac)
    14 Sierra Nevada
    12 Each from: Brooklyn, Evil Twin, Harpoon, Hill Farmstead, Sixpoint

    *edit + 12 on Saranac as yet another variety pack was just put out...
    **edit 2 + 12 more because yet another Saranac variety pack was JUST put out.
    (not bashing Saranac, as I do like them, but they do seem to put a new variety pack out every day)...I wish Evil Twin would put out $10.99 variety 12-packs...
     
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  2. draheim

    draheim Sep 18, 2010 Washington
    Society

    Just to clarify (and I'm pretty sure you're being facetious, but just so everyone's clear on the intent here): the poll's asking how many different beers you've had from the same brewery. I guess that's a pretty important modifier.

    How anyone would know how many total beers they've had from a specific brewery is beyond me, and now I'm wondering whether everyone within the relatively large percentage of people responding to the 46+ option even understood the question.
     
  3. LambicPentameter

    LambicPentameter Aug 29, 2012 Nebraska

    Well, I took this to mean how many *different* brews you've had from a single brewery. If we're going by total volume, the top is still Boulevard, but the number is exponentially higher than 23.

    I was a little disappointed that my high number is so much lower than so many other peoples', so I compensated by doing a longer list. :stuck_out_tongue:

    Also: these numbers represent what I've had on BA. I've only been a member for 10 months, but I've been drinking craft beer for about 15 years.

    • 23 - Boulevard
    • 16 - New Belgium
    • 15 - 23rd Street Brewery (Lawrence, KS brewpub)
    • 11 - Sam Adams
    • 10 - Free State Brewing
    • 9 - Green Flash
    • 8 - Avery, Deschutes and Kiuchi (Hitachino Nest)
    • 7 - Great Divide, North Coast, Odell, Stone and Lakefront
    • 6 - Sierra Nevada and Schlafly
    • 5 - 21st Amendment, Ommegang, Goose Island, Sammy Smith, Tallgrass and McCoy's Public House (another local brewpub)
    • 4 from The Bruery, Lagunitas, Bell's, Unibroue and Mother's
    It's no surprise to me that my top two are the two breweries that paved the way for me to find a love for craft beer.
     
  4. 19etz55

    19etz55 Aug 12, 2007 New Jersey
    Trader

    Sam Adams has come out with a lot of new beers fairly recently. I've tried many of them.
     
  5. shredder83

    shredder83 Feb 21, 2013 Illinois

    Proximity to the brewery makes this one for me, 28 from fff.
     
  6. GatorBeer

    GatorBeer Feb 2, 2010 South Carolina

    64 from Cigar City
     
  7. jageraholic

    jageraholic Sep 16, 2009 Massachusetts
    Trader

    I'd say 11-15 range from Stone. Unless you count every years release of say old guardian, double bastard and IRS, then the number would be much higher.
     
  8. MrDave

    MrDave Jan 23, 2013 California

    22 from Stone
    19 from RR (if you count the huge sampler)
    13 from Lagunitas
     
  9. macrosmatic

    macrosmatic Mar 9, 2006 Florida
    Society Trader

    82 different beers from Cigar City. Plus five more in the cellar that I haven't gotten around to yet.
     
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  10. flexabull

    flexabull Mar 9, 2006 California
    Society

    76 from Sierra Nevada. And I know there are dozens more that I've tried from them that aren't in the database.
     
  11. ChugginOil

    ChugginOil Sep 23, 2010 Illinois

    60+ from Floyds
     
  12. Rohkey

    Rohkey Jan 13, 2013 Michigan

    Had 6-10 of Founders, Bells, New Belgium, La Trappe, and DFH. I tend to look for particular styles I like and try as many of those as I can as opposed to sticking to one specific brewery.
     
  13. HenrikO

    HenrikO Jun 19, 2011 Sweden

    81 different beers from Kernel (London), including collabs.
     
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  14. Thehuntmaster

    Thehuntmaster Sep 2, 2009 South Africa

    18 from Brewdog
     
  15. hellhammermario

    hellhammermario Jun 18, 2012 North Carolina

    Dogfish Head wins with 24, followed by Stone with 20, and rounded out by Mother Earth with 18.
     
  16. DrunkenMonk

    DrunkenMonk Jun 2, 2012 California

    Ahhh...nope. That wasn't clear. Considering that, my stats will change to the other side of the spectrum.
     
  17. SpeedwayJim

    SpeedwayJim Jun 19, 2009 New York
    Society Trader

    28 from New Glarus
    26 from Lost Abbey
    25 from Cantillon
     
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  18. ezperkins2

    ezperkins2 Jan 3, 2011 California

    I have not reviewed them all but after counting I realized I have had 52 different Bruery beers.
     
  19. VaTechHopHead

    VaTechHopHead Jan 9, 2008

    55 different beers from The Bruery, according to my Untappd check-ins. Number is not inflated by different vintages of the same beer.
     
  20. Errto

    Errto Oct 20, 2009 Connecticut

    General question - for those of you above, say, 25 for a given brewery, am I correct in assuming most of those are either brewery-only on tap or from brewery-only releases? I'm wondering how many breweries actually put more beers than that into general release. Well, other than Sam Adams.
     
  21. Boto

    Boto Apr 26, 2003 Connecticut

    97 from Cambridge House (local brewpub)
    44 from Victory
    31 from Stone
    30 from DFH.
     
  22. tigg924

    tigg924 Apr 30, 2008 Massachusetts
    Society

    46 from Sam Adams tops my list
     
  23. cnbrown313

    cnbrown313 May 29, 2012 Illinois

    25 - Pipeworks

    Of those 25 I would say that I'd buy 20 of them again... they rarely disappoint
     
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  24. atoulouk

    atoulouk Apr 25, 2011 Indiana

    I've had 38 different Sam Adams beers and that doesn't count the long shot series, no way anyone else is close to that. When I was a brand new beer geek I loved Sam and went through their entire collection as fast as I could. Now, I don't often drink Sam, but when I have a lot of friends that like the mix-packs so I get to try their newer stuff pretty regularly.
     
  25. Domingo

    Domingo Apr 23, 2005 Colorado
    Society

    I've had a good chunk of the beers Dry Dock has ever produced. At least 40-50'ish.
     
  26. draheim

    draheim Sep 18, 2010 Washington
    Society

    Wow. I never even considered the possibility that anyone would interpret the question that way—although I guess taken literally it could have been read that way. Common sense, though. I mean, seriously.

    I think I'm going to discount basically every vote for 46+, which would give the graph the much more expected bell shape.
     
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  27. rxeight

    rxeight Feb 5, 2012 Illinois

    based on my reviews from the other site: 62 from 3 Floyds.
     
  28. Cvescalante

    Cvescalante Dec 24, 2012 Texas

    22 from Stone... I didn't even bother counting the rest because I'm sure they're all far off.
     
  29. zach60614

    zach60614 May 1, 2012 Illinois

    Based on Untappd checkins:

    Three Floyd's - 49
    Goose Island - 36
    Mikkeller - 27
    Cantillon - 22
    Multiple tied at 20
     
  30. NickThePyro

    NickThePyro Dec 24, 2012 Washington

    Out of 155 Brewers I have had, only 4 are double digits. I have a great deal at 6-9 beers each.

    21 Dogfish Head
    14 Sam Adams
    13 Elysian
    10 Lagunitas
     
  31. TheBeerDad

    TheBeerDad Sep 6, 2012 Michigan

    Not sure off the top of my head, but every two weeks I buy at least a six pack of what Shorts is offering, so I went with 46+
     
  32. DrunkenMonk

    DrunkenMonk Jun 2, 2012 California

    Common sense would be to clarify what you're asking. "Beers" is ambiguous and can mean drinks or styles/brands. Had you used the words unique or different I would have answered as you desired. But in the end, I've had over 70 beers from RR. of those, three were unique brands.
     
  33. tectactoe

    tectactoe Mar 20, 2012 Michigan
    Society Trader

    48 from Shorts, still have some backed up in the notes/review log.
     
  34. Lantern

    Lantern Feb 27, 2011

    48 from DFH.
     
  35. HarmonMW

    HarmonMW Feb 11, 2012 Missouri

    39 from Bell's, followed by 25 from Kuhnhenn
     
  36. LambicPentameter

    LambicPentameter Aug 29, 2012 Nebraska

    I think we need a new poll for the people who answered this poll:

    How many interpreted the question as "unique" beers, rather than total beers?
     
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  37. MSandahl23

    MSandahl23 Mar 29, 2012 Indiana

    27 - Sun King
    22 - Bell's
    20 - Founder's and 3 Floyd's
     
  38. MusicaleMike

    MusicaleMike Mar 17, 2008 Pennsylvania
    Society

    Unfortunately no one here even appreciates the work you just put into that...sorry brah! At least you know now though right?
     
  39. RichardMNixon

    RichardMNixon Jun 24, 2012 Pennsylvania

  40. MusicaleMike

    MusicaleMike Mar 17, 2008 Pennsylvania
    Society

    Personally, I have reviewed the most from Tired Hands, with 9 total. It's more intriguing when the brewery is a brewpub and there is no guarantee that they'll brew it again. Hence more reviews...
     
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