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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by MVotter, Jan 26, 2013.
Dogfish Head Bitches Brew
Stone Imperial Russian Stout
Victory Moonglow (though at this point I'll take seasonal distro beyond the 5 counties)
Breakfast Stout, Williamsburg Coffehouse Stout, Thunderstruck Coffee Porter, Chocolate Yeti, Schlafly Pumpkin Ale, and I could go on forever. Seasonals/specials seem to be my favorite.
I enjoy the constant changing of seasonals though summer is quite boring to me.
CCB oatmeal raisin cookie
CCB peach IPA
Bourbon County Rare (yeah yeah one off doesn't count)
Bourbon County Stout
Espresso Oak Aged Yeti (and back in Kentucky)
Nugget nectar, kiwi rising, resin
<------------ and apparently, my wish is coming true soon
Deschutes's Red Chair
Odell's St. Lupulin
Epic's Big Bad Baptist
Firestone Walker's Parabola
Off the top of my head...
Troegs Nugget Nectar
Founders Imperial Stout
North Coast Old Stock Ale
While it's true that it would be nice if these were available all the time, I think waiting for them makes them taste all that much better when they do come out!
Plus what would we have to talk about if they were always available?
Plead the Fifth
Hahaha! We would probably end up complaining about how much more we're shelling out per week because the beers that used to be "occasional" had become "year-round" offerings.
Troegs sunshine pils
Sam doesn't get a whole lot of love at times, but I love their spring seasonal Samuel Adams Alpine Spring. I could easily drink it all year long. Sixpoint Apollo, a Kellerweis, is also a fantastic seasonal that I wish were a year-round offering. Southern Tier Pumking could easily be a year-round favorite too.
CW BBS & BBBW
CCB Bolita Double Nut Brown.
Schlafly Tasmanian IPA! In fact I'd love to see any of their special release brews become year round.
Loving the Alpine Spring, wish it were available all year round.Just plain fun to drink.Really want to explore more of the kellerbier style.
San Tan's Count Hopula
San Tan's Mr. Pineapple
Sierra Nevada's Celebration Ale
Sierra Nevada's Summerfest
Sam Adams: Old Fezziwig/holiday porter
Sierra Nevada: Hoptimum, celebration
Smuttynose: Baltic Porter, Pumpkin
Mayflower: Spring Hop
To be honest I'm kinda glad some of these beers are only available for limited time because it adds to the novelty. Nothing like grabbing that first 12pack of Celebration around Halloween.
Raspberry is WAY better.
Wilco Tango Foxtrot
Sierra Nevada Celebration
Great Lakes Christmas Beer
Blue Moon Winter Abbey Ale
Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale and Northern Hemisphere
GET CITRA NINJA YEAR-ROUND, IN SIXERS.
I've been preaching the gospel of this beer, but it's my favorite DIPA and if it were year-round and in a 6-pack, you'd be hearing about a beer in the same league as PtE, Heady Topper, etc.
Although my area is horrendous for actually obtaining most all rares and even seasonals for that matter. I like the excitement that comes with the revolving choices. For example the Lagunitas Sucks is great! And when it finally hit shelves I have yet to come up for air. Reading that it might be available year round instead of seasonal is kinda of let down instead of something great.
Call me crazy , but I just like keeping it fresh.
Sierra Nevada Tumbler...something about that beer...
Breakfast Stout, Nugget Nectar, Flower Power
Nugget Nectar, Kiwi Rising, Founders IS, Palate Wrecker, and YuleSmith (Summer) are all great seasonal offerings that come to mind - all of which I would happily consume at any point during the year
Founders Backwoods Bastard
GI King Henry/Barleywine