Release Samuel Adams Longshot

Discussion in 'Beer News & Releases' started by SerialTicker, Mar 27, 2013.

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  1. SerialTicker

    SerialTicker Poo-Bah (1,760) Jun 18, 2012 Michigan

    Zack's Magnificent Seven IPA
    James' Beerflower Wheat
    Dave's Strawberry Lager

    I tried doing a forum search and saw no threads involving this year's Longshot, so... what the hell. Who's tried them? I thought to look them up because my bottle shop just posted on Facebook about getting them in, and there are no reviews on this site, and only a couple on RateBeer. I figure I'll try them all... at least the Strawberry Lager. Intriguing.

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  2. MilkManX

    MilkManX Disciple (300) Jul 10, 2012 Arizona

    All 3 sound worth trying. I will check my local for em.
     
  3. muda13

    muda13 Initiate (0) Mar 28, 2013

    I had a chance to try all three...they are all pretty awesome. :) My favorite is the Beer Flower Wheat...crisp taste, slightly sweet from the hibiscus--very refreshing. I'm sure it'll be great to drink during the warm spring/summer months. :) The other two are fantastic as well. Got to meet the winning brewers at GABF (where I tried the winning beers)...they were all pretty cool guys. These beers are TOTALLY worth trying. :)
     
  4. MackayClanBrewin

    MackayClanBrewin Initiate (0) Mar 20, 2011 Texas

    Even if they weren't great I would still buy them to help support the dream of homebrewers.
     
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  5. JohnGalt1

    JohnGalt1 Poo-Bah (4,635) Aug 10, 2005 Idaho
    Beer Trader

    Already showed up in Boise. All three were pretty tasty.
     
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