what breweries are you willing to blindly try anything from?

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by nanobrew, Nov 29, 2012.

  1. zstef99

    zstef99 Dec 25, 2008 New York

    Maine Beer Co.
    Russian River
    Hill Farmstead (based on reputation alone, never had any of their beers...yet)
  2. Nectar

    Nectar Jan 17, 2013 New Jersey

    Founders, Stone, HF, Bruery, Lawson, Troegs, Green Flash, Crooked Stave, Cape May Brewing, Flying Fish... and more.

    Call me easy, but I ain't no hoe.
  3. danieelol

    danieelol Jun 15, 2010 Australia

  4. smitherz22

    smitherz22 May 8, 2012 California

    I will blindly try any beer from any brewery - but probably not blindly buy any beer from any brewery
  5. ThisWangsChung

    ThisWangsChung Oct 15, 2011 Maryland
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  6. Flight0011

    Flight0011 Jan 8, 2013 Washington

    Stone, Sierra Nevada and Allagash can do no wrong. Rogue may have been up there if they hadent released that maple bacon doughnut, yuck!
  7. SometimesIfart

    SometimesIfart Jun 4, 2012 Michigan
    Beer Trader

    I'd blindly try any beer from any brewery as long as it's a single 12 oz bottle with a reasonable price tag.
  8. Ataraxia

    Ataraxia Sep 20, 2012 Massachusetts
    Beer Trader

    Not Bell's anymore... tried a '10 Eccentric Ale and ended up being drain pour #2
  9. ricochet173

    ricochet173 Jul 6, 2011 Quebec (Canada)
    Beer Trader

    Dieu du Ciel. Everything they brew is magical and delicious.
  10. 19etz55

    19etz55 Aug 12, 2007 New Jersey

    Depends on the beer style.
  11. bamadog

    bamadog Oct 21, 2008 Kentucky

    I've got your back, bro.
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  12. craigo19

    craigo19 Oct 12, 2009 Michigan

    Great Lakes, Dark Horse, Founders, Bells, Lagunitas, Erie, The Brew Kettle, Wolverine State Brewing, Stone
  13. MetalMountainMastiff

    MetalMountainMastiff Oct 1, 2012 California
    Beer Trader

    The Lost Abbey
    Oskar Blues
    Sierra Nevada
  14. ThirstyFace

    ThirstyFace Jan 11, 2013 New York

    All of them. I'm not a hobbyist. I love beer. I can handle great good and bad beers
  15. jebsinger

    jebsinger Nov 15, 2012 Minnesota

    Rev - and my members card lets me..​
    Surly - beer i grew up on ​
    Pipeworks - they havent gone wrong yet​
  16. tdmccarthy

    tdmccarthy May 6, 2010 Illinois

    I'd blindly try a lot from a lot of breweries. At the top I suppose I'd go with Founders, FFF, Victory, Great Lakes, Bells, Green Flash, Sierra Nevada, Surly, Green Flash, Half Acre, Ballast Point, Goose Island, and others.
  17. PhillyCRAFTbrewSAVANT

    PhillyCRAFTbrewSAVANT Feb 16, 2013

    Dogfish head, weyerbacher, Russian river, and yards
  18. Stinkypuss

    Stinkypuss Apr 7, 2008 Pennsylvania

  19. beachfirebrews

    beachfirebrews Nov 10, 2011 Pennsylvania
    Beer Trader

    DFH...not my favorite brewery but I don't think I have ever had one of their beers I haven't enjoyed. even styles i don't usually like.
  20. Shagator

    Shagator Mar 17, 2012 Kentucky

    Three Floyds
    Southern Tier (Im sure I am the only one)
    Against the Grain
    West Sixth
    Schlafly (with their newer releases)
    Sierra Nevada
    Three Floyds
  21. iKasey

    iKasey Sep 2, 2012 Pennsylvania

    I can say Great Divide does an awesome job at a pretty vast array of styles
  22. bcook582

    bcook582 Jan 4, 2012 California

    Russian river, stone, Alpine, alchemist, three Floyd's, and bells is always good for something.
  23. kbuzz

    kbuzz Jan 22, 2011 North Carolina
    Beer Trader

    Jolly Pumpkin...since they all taste roughly the same...
  24. Premo88

    Premo88 Jun 6, 2010 Texas

    yep ...

    Samuel Smith's
    St. Arnold's
    Russian River (i hope i get the chance)
  25. Carbon14

    Carbon14 Sep 6, 2009 Maryland

    Russian River.
  26. powz87

    powz87 Jan 18, 2012 Illinois

    Pipeworks def #1 they don't ever disappoint, Solemn Oath, Spiteful, Sixpoint (just because I love the cans), haymarket, troeggs, and I guess Three Floyd's
  27. Stinger80OH

    Stinger80OH Nov 11, 2011 Ohio
    Beer Trader

    Stone, Fat Heads, Great Lakes, Goose Island, 3Floyds, Bell's, Founders, Brewery Vivant, DFH, OB, FW, Hill Farmstead
  28. terrapinmark

    terrapinmark Sep 23, 2010 Ohio

    Great Lakes, Three Floyds, Brew Kettle, Fatheads, DFH, Founders, Bells, New Glarus, Hoppin Frog.....and on and on and on :)
  29. RichD

    RichD Mar 18, 2012 Rhode Island
    Beer Trader

    Jack's Abby
    Firestone Walker
    and Hill Farmstead, even though I've yet to try their beer. Hopefully I'll be going up to Vermont some time in April.

    The IPAs from DFH that I've tried have been fantastic, but some of their brews are just too weird for me.
  30. abcentfishing

    abcentfishing Oct 12, 2009 California

    Alesmith,Lost abbey, Dieu du Ciel, Alpine, Bruery, Southern Tier and then the list gets fuzzy, can I have another taster please.....
  31. christracy76

    christracy76 Feb 3, 2012 Ohio

    Anything from New Glarus Brewing Co. but unfortunately I live in Ohio :-\
  32. Holsie

    Holsie Jun 27, 2012 South Carolina

    Bell's, Founders, Lagunitas, DFH
  33. JK4Stout

    JK4Stout May 10, 2010 Virginia

    Wolf Hills
    Sam Adams (because I can convince other people to at least buy that and I'll just try theirs)
  34. br3wmeister

    br3wmeister Dec 24, 2006 Colorado

    Surly, Three Floyds, Founders, and Indeed Brewing my new favorite.
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