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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by inchrisin, Jun 1, 2013.
i absolutely love alpine, but willy is a bad beer... let's admit it.
Southern Tier. Even the beers I have liked the least from them were still good, all something I would buy again and nothing below a 3.5.
Arctic Panzer Wolf
Lord Rear Admiral
Pride and Joy
Robert the Bruce
Zes Zes Zes
All of these might not be available when you stop in Indiana but they are all well above average for their style and I recommend them all.
Fullers, Goose Island (yes, I'm serious, even 312 isn't "bad"), new glarus and black sheep are VERY close
Founders. I really wish I could try FBS
Not a big brewery but a local brewery here in Kennesaw Georgia called Burnt Hickory. The most consistent and delicious beers around.
Where are you I have tons wouldn't even have to trade anything I'd send you some.
Wish I could agree about Founders, but to me some of the backstage beers were not good. Still - it's one of my favourite breweries.
There are certain breweries where I could say I haven't had a bad beer (Cantillon), but IMO they have too limited of a style range to be able to qualify.
The only one I can think of is Hill Farmstead. Even my least favourite beers from them still fall in the "very solid" category.
Sierra Nevada. Hands down great beers. And consistent.
I wouldn't call Great Lakes my favorite brewery, but I've never had a beer from that I disliked, or one that I didn't think was a good representation of the style.
so far i havent had anything i didnt like from Green Flash, SN, Lagunitas, or founders but havent had all of their beers yet just a couple of each.
Firestone Walker and its trader joe subsidiary
Never had a bad one from Troegs. Some are fairly average, but not bad by any means.
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Allagash, Victory, Dogfish Head
I totally read the title of the thread wrong. I missed the "bad". So I haven't had a beer from founders is what I meant to say lol. I really screwed that one up.
Cantillon, Rochefort, Struise, Hanssens, Naparbier, Dougall's, Drie Fonteinen, Schneider Weisse, Weihenstephaner, To Øl, De Molen, Het Anker and AleSmith
Orval, Westmalle, Rochefort, Westvleteren, Chimay. Notice a trend? lol
I drain pour at least one from every brewery. Just on principle.
FBS or KBS? I have several 4 packs of FBS!
Founders. Can't think of anyone else that every single beer I've tried is terrific (unless you count one beer breweries, Alchemist, Orval, etc).
all the ones that do not send beer here I guess? or Georgia. I go up there ALLOT, relatives.
If you mean that Do dsitro here but I never had, not really. other than IPA's....
lagunitas and jack's abby
Dieu Du Ciel
3 Floyd's or Russian River
Founders (they're here in Texas now, just haven't gotten around to it), Surly, Three Floyds.
Strike Founders; I forgot, I have had their All Day IPA. That's probably why I didn't remember it.
Societe in SD every single beer I have had from them has been excellent. And Founders the FBS is stupidly good wish it was in CA.
Stone, Founders, Great Lakes, Troegs, Bells, Sierra Nevada
Anchor Brewing and Sierra Nevada
Anybody wanna help?
Southern Tier, Columbus Brewing Company (although Summerteeth is questionable), Bell's
Another one for me would be Kern River. One was average, but it was not bad. All others were good to great.
sierra Nevada, founders, boulder brewing, rushing duck, southern tier. Have only had a few from rushing duck, but they have blown me away so far. I haven't tried all day ipa from founders, which i hear isn't their greatest (perhaps their worst?). To me, sierra nevada has always had a bit of a stain on them because of their availabilty (shitty gas stations have them next to bud light platinum) but i love everything they do.
Oskar Blues (yes I like Gubna)
Cigar City (I've only had three, but so far so good...Jai Alai - Marshal Zhukov - Florida Cracker)