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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by devlishdamsel, Jan 30, 2013.
Leinenkugel's Winter Ale
Darkness Bourbon Barrel Aged With Vanilla Beans
Without a doubt....Urthel Hibernus Quentum. Had it only once but it was memorable and glorious. See some of the other Urthel stuff around but it's just not the same. Sniffle.......
I'm still holding onto an either and or just to see what happens to them.
ccb moat water
To the OP, if you're referring to the Sam Adams Imperial Hallertau Pils I'm totally on board with you! Not a big SA fan but WOW, that beer rocked it!! I had the opportunity to meet Greg Koch and asked him point blank about this beer and he just laughed, commented on the ridiculous amount of hops this beer required, and left it at that. 'Nuff said, question answered.
Uff da by New Glarus
SA triple bock, Cave creek chili beer, Ocean aged Bud Lite Lime (one review deleted)
Tyranena High Class Broad
NG R&D Kriek
Thomas Hardy's Ale
Mackeson Triple Stout
New Belgium Springboard... oh wait, it is coming back!
New Glarus cherry stout which should be called stout cherry havent found any cherry brew close to it
Weyerbacher Raspberry Imperial Stout
Still have one in the cellar. My last one.
First thing that came to mind...
Second was Pennichuck Bagpiper's Scottish Ale, but the brewery closed four years ago, so...
Glissade Golden Bock
That was third on my list. Chugged cases of that shit. Phenomenal.
Founders Black Rye
FFF Alpha Kong
Tröegs Rugged Trail
Harpoon 100 Barrel Weizenbock
DFH Liquor De Malt. Never got the chance to try it.
^ Heard it was actually pretty good.
Although it may come back sometime, Dogfish Head Fort
Came here to say the same thing.
That is definitely sad. I'm glad I held on to some.
Yeah... why, exactly? I fell in love and then before I knew it she was gone.
Sam Adams Imperial Hallertau Pils.
Ska Merlo Stout... one of the best I've ever tasted (had a few years on it).
Here's a good overview on the legality of "ice beers" and eisbocks in the US - Ice bock: Frozen out in the U.S.A.
US brewers have done them, but they tend to be quietly released and typically kept in-state to avoid tweaking the TTB's interest.
On the east coast, Ramstein Winter Wheat Eisbock is rather openly sold when available. Last winter was too mild to make it, however.
Dave, Wooden Hell,Dirty Horse, all the whales that are nearly impossible to land, so that I would have a shot at trying them. Oh, and Bourbon County Vanilla because it is sooo gooood!
One off for me would be Stone 10th anny.
I agree with the Troegs Oatmeal Stout... Best of it's style ever!!
I really loved Founders Black Rye....
New Belgium/Alpine Brewing Super IPA
I heard their making it again this year!
A Italian holding company bought the brand (from the owner of the former US THA importer, Phoenix) but they have yet to find a brewer in the UK willing to brew it for them - at least that's the most recent info I've seen.
See thread in the "Beer News" forum - Thomas Hardy Ale.