Tired hands is really good, what is your favorite from them?

Discussion in 'Mid-Atlantic' started by Theshagger, Dec 26, 2012.

  1. Theshagger

    Theshagger Sep 3, 2011 Pennsylvania
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    My favorite is weed eater, that was really good
  2. YamBag

    YamBag Feb 2, 2007 Pennsylvania

    Hipster Helles
  3. phishphorce

    phishphorce Aug 4, 2011 Pennsylvania

    Flavorama. As would be depicted by my avatar. Sea of Green was also very good.

    Weedeater was the hoppy beer I liked the least from them so far. I've had them all I think.
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  4. DSlim71

    DSlim71 Mar 3, 2010 New Jersey

    Sea of Green! Actually, it's the only one I've tried :(
  5. aorloski

    aorloski Oct 11, 2010 Massachusetts

    do these guys bottle / growler fill?
  6. phishphorce

    phishphorce Aug 4, 2011 Pennsylvania

    They have bottled a couple beers but they have been super limited. They do growler fills of all their beers though. You must have an unlabeled growler or buy one from them. They have 1 and 2 liter growlers. The 1 liters are flip top and the 2 liter are screw tops. Both have their labels and I believe cost 5 dollars for the glass and the price of the beer that fills up the glass depends on what it is.
  7. ThoreauLikeAGirl

    ThoreauLikeAGirl Mar 11, 2011 Pennsylvania

    they have only released 1 official bottle so far (at their halloween beer dinner), if you don't count the 4 bottles of R5 that they gave away in a contest.
    the other bottles are coming. don't ask when.
    and to add to what was already said, they will also fill NON-brewery growlers, too (ie, a bottle shop's growler or something along those lines)
  8. cfrances33

    cfrances33 Jun 12, 2012 Illinois
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    FlavorAroma, Brothers, and Singel Hop Saison Motueka, in that order.
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  9. Retail1LO

    Retail1LO May 4, 2011 Pennsylvania

    Hard to choose. So many good ones. FlavorAroma, Earthbound, and WeedEater have been my favorites. Honorable mentions to Good Good Things, Brothers, and Sea of Green.

    TH certainly does a ton saisons and what not, but to me, their IPA's are just ridiculous. I certainly gravitate towards their hoppier offerings.
  10. ThoreauLikeAGirl

    ThoreauLikeAGirl Mar 11, 2011 Pennsylvania

    Brothers, Ooey Gooey, Lazy Feet, Earthbound. yeah.
  11. Gonzoillini

    Gonzoillini Oct 15, 2008 Illinois

    Shared a growler of the Slava Oner with some local BA's not too long back. Was as much berliner weiss as kvass, but very good whatever you want to call it.

    Looking forward to trying more of the saisons and hoppy offerings in the future.

  12. stmgl01

    stmgl01 Dec 11, 2007 Pennsylvania

    WeedEater (maybe because its most recent in my memory), FlavorAroma, amazingly fresh HopHands drank 15 minutes after tapping, Lil' Lady and Mysterious Mood.
  13. callmemickey

    callmemickey Aug 12, 2007 Pennsylvania
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    Vampire and Delicado have been their two best beers in my opinion.
  14. paxton1978

    paxton1978 Aug 8, 2008 United Kingdom (England)

    Didn't think I'd get this far down the posts without seekng 'Everything was beautiful and nothing hurt'.
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  15. ColForbinBC

    ColForbinBC Sep 9, 2005 New Jersey
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    Good Good Things, Brothers, Hellcurse, and Single Hop Saison-Simcoe are among my favorites
  16. brystmar

    brystmar Sep 2, 2009 Texas

    That one was extremely creative and interesting. Enjoyed it thoroughly, although my fav is still Good Good Things.
  17. mdillon86

    mdillon86 Apr 9, 2009 Pennsylvania

    I thought Good Good Things was stellar. Zombie, the Uber Helles, and Trois Enfants: Lazy Feet were also exceptional. I've yet to have a beer from them that I haven't found to be, at worst, very good.
  18. NarcoSolo

    NarcoSolo Jan 1, 2012 Pennsylvania

    Good good things and the recent falcos nerd flight have been my favorites. So lucky to have this amazing brewpub in the neighborhood.
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  19. stakem

    stakem Feb 20, 2009 Pennsylvania
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    Their kvass.

    My god... after having that I am going crazy for them to brew the berliner again.
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  20. shutyourface

    shutyourface Aug 24, 2010 New York

    Deep Sleep and Mysterious Mood.
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  21. Edwin

    Edwin May 8, 2003 Pennsylvania

    California Uber Helles collaboration with Pizza Boy.
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  22. Retail1LO

    Retail1LO May 4, 2011 Pennsylvania

    They've made some real nice sourish stuff. Good Good Things, Slava Oner (the kvass), and Brothers were all fantastic. Thouroughly enjoyed them all.
  23. dcolatriano

    dcolatriano Nov 19, 2003 Pennsylvania

    Zombie and Delicado were stellar.
  24. xenjoiii

    xenjoiii Jul 24, 2010 New York
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    The memory of drinking Delicado in the scorching VT will always remain in my mind. What a refreshing beer.
  25. rumorsofsurf

    rumorsofsurf Mar 22, 2012 Pennsylvania
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    Every time I go, I find a new favorite. Deep Sleep is on now & it's fantastic. Domo is also great - unique barrel aged goodness.
  26. stmgl01

    stmgl01 Dec 11, 2007 Pennsylvania

    How could I forget Delicado?! What a fantastic brew!
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  27. dcolatriano

    dcolatriano Nov 19, 2003 Pennsylvania

    Took my growler of Delicado to Wildwood Crest to drink on my parent's porch.
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  28. Theshagger

    Theshagger Sep 3, 2011 Pennsylvania
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    My new favorite is what ever I get next!
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  29. dazedandconfused

    dazedandconfused Dec 11, 2008 New Jersey
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    Went there yesterday. Liked Nerd flight a lot. Deep sleep and uber helles were excellent. single hop saison and hop hands were very drinkable. Only beer I didn't care for was the black rye saison.
  30. Retail1LO

    Retail1LO May 4, 2011 Pennsylvania

    Facebook page says they're brewing a Kiwi Berliner Weiss tomorrow. Bring THAT shit the fuck on! lol
  31. kylep3

    kylep3 Feb 1, 2012 Pennsylvania

    just saw that, sounds awesome!
  32. stephenjmoore

    stephenjmoore Feb 17, 2011 Maryland
    Subscriber Beer Trader

    Domo is really good too if it's still on tap.
  33. Theshagger

    Theshagger Sep 3, 2011 Pennsylvania
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    Handfarm, but not until Sunday
  34. ThoreauLikeAGirl

    ThoreauLikeAGirl Mar 11, 2011 Pennsylvania

    ah yes. homers.
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  35. sherm1016

    sherm1016 Aug 10, 2009 Wisconsin

    Only was able to try five whilst in town over the holidays: falco's nerd flight, Hops hands, single hop motueka, Farm hands, in that order. The fifth was The barrel aged domo, but it was only about 2 oz, so I dont really recall where it would have landed amongst the others.
  36. victory4me

    victory4me Oct 16, 2004 Pennsylvania

    Vampire and Leaflet for me!

    Honorable mention: Brothers, Weedeater, FlavorAroma
  37. Steeeve

    Steeeve Nov 16, 2010 Pennsylvania

    Any thoughts on their current tap offerings? They all sound really good. I'm going later today. My lady has a job interview in Bryn Mawr and I offered to drive her there out of the kindness of my heart and definitely not so I can go to Tired Hands while I wait.
  38. mdillon86

    mdillon86 Apr 9, 2009 Pennsylvania

    Nigel and the Uber Helles are awesome. I really enjoyed Domo too.
  39. Retail1LO

    Retail1LO May 4, 2011 Pennsylvania

    There's already a line.
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  40. Steeeve

    Steeeve Nov 16, 2010 Pennsylvania

    I will definitely get some Uber Helles. It's so hard to find a decent American-made Helles.
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