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Discussion in 'Southwest' started by BeerSocrates12, Jan 19, 2013.
If anyone might by chance seen any lingering around anywhere in DFW...or Texas for that matter...
I believe I did but I can't remember where... I'll let you know tomorrow morning.
At this point, is be scared to drink this.
On the contrary. ..just poured a bottle I'd been lazily aging...fantastic....and still has some wonderful hop characteristics.
Cool....I'd appreciate it much.
I guess whatever floats yer boat.
Sometimes hop fade isnt a bad thing. Founders Red's Rye "fades" beautifuly.
I'm sure it's super horrible and fallen off by now
At 10.8%....it ages like a hoppy Barleywine. ..its an entirely different beer from when I had it this past summer. Its got some great complexity now...
I'm not a pain in the ass snob about anything beer related but fresh IPA. Just loses the *BOOM* I like from the hops from the style. I will admit to aging 120 Minute though, so who knows!
Be sure to send a pic to Greg Koch.
Now you have me not wanting to share I'm hoping there's two bottles.
Good thinking....and it does remind me a bit of the 2 year old 120 I had last year.
I can't find it. If I run across any this week I'll let you know.
I personally have abottle, but am in Houston. After the hop fade I experienced with my last one has me waiting for it to really go barleywine.
I'd drink it in a heartbeat....send me some now!
No really - send me some.....please
.....Founders Double Trouble ages well also.
I still have a bottle left from last Feb.
Maharaja also ages really well.
There may be some in/near the Brenham area. I'll let you know.
I believe that.. That unbalanced hop bastard dehydrated the heck out of me.
I think I've got 3 or so