What fresh Pale Ales, IPA's, etc are you drinking now that weather is changing?

Discussion in 'Mid-Atlantic' started by BaltimoreBeerGuy, Mar 30, 2013.

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  1. BaltimoreBeerGuy

    BaltimoreBeerGuy Initiate (0) Jun 7, 2003 Maryland

    Haven't planned properly and need to grab some drinkable beers for the weekend.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks!
     
  2. phooky

    phooky Aspirant (209) Jan 23, 2010 New York

    Aprihop!

    Cheers!
     
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  3. HumphreyLee

    HumphreyLee Initiate (0) Jan 15, 2011 Pennsylvania
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    Lots of Sucks, All Day IPA, and Flower Power for me. Probably going to be getting a case of Prima Pils soon too.
     
  4. ClarkHimself

    ClarkHimself Initiate (0) Jan 15, 2011 Pennsylvania

    This turn of the seasons usually means Kolsch-killing time for me. Stoudts' Karnival Kolsch is my go-to; great beer for day drinking on those glorious first few 60-70 degree days.
     
  5. breslinp

    breslinp Initiate (145) Sep 28, 2006 Pennsylvania
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    Nugget Nectar is still being bottled. Picked up some with a bottle on date of early March. It was better than the first batch I bought this year.
     
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  6. ShemRahBoo

    ShemRahBoo Defender (604) Jan 28, 2010 New Jersey
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    Add schlafly AIPA to what's been said so far for me.
     
  7. beerMeh

    beerMeh Initiate (59) Jan 26, 2010 District of Columbia
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    OTWOA. Almost all gone :/.
     
  8. brewandstew

    brewandstew Initiate (0) Jun 8, 2008 Maryland

    Troegs Headwaters Pale Ale is a good one, along with DC Brau Corruption Pale.
     
  9. scraff

    scraff Initiate (162) Apr 18, 2003 Maryland

    New Southern Tier Live is delicious. The brand new Full Tilt Brewing Pale Ale is awesome, but is more IPA (which is a good thing for me). On the double side, fresh Evolution Lot 6 is amazing. Cheers!
     
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  10. BaltimoreBeerGuy

    BaltimoreBeerGuy Initiate (0) Jun 7, 2003 Maryland

    Thanks for the suggestions, all. Saw Southern Tier Live at Maxs last night, should have had one.
     
  11. gengle

    gengle Initiate (24) Oct 10, 2011 Pennsylvania

    Victory Headwaters. Troegs Pale Ale. FWIW. :D
     
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  12. dborginis

    dborginis Disciple (307) Jul 9, 2008 Pennsylvania
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    FW Pale 31 has been drinking great. Only 4.8%
     
  13. joetouchton

    joetouchton Initiate (197) Apr 23, 2012 Delaware
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    evolution lot 6
     
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  14. brewandstew

    brewandstew Initiate (0) Jun 8, 2008 Maryland

    You're right. Darn. Anyhow, that victory headwaters is good.
     
  15. gengle

    gengle Initiate (24) Oct 10, 2011 Pennsylvania

    To be sure! It'll be a staple in the fridge through the summer.
     
  16. 1Sundown2C

    1Sundown2C Devotee (412) Jan 13, 2012 New York
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    Personally I'd expect better from that brewery. It was more sour than I expected.
     
  17. Kadonny

    Kadonny Meyvn (1,167) Sep 5, 2007 Pennsylvania
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    And both are damn delicious. Just finishing my keg of Troegs Pale, terrific beer.

    That being said, I am once again returning to Nugget Nectar for the second time this year. New kegs were just released and I got my second one of the year. Nice.
     
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  18. cornontherob

    cornontherob Initiate (0) Oct 15, 2011 New York
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    Love the pale 31.
    Another beer I keep looking for but never see
     
  19. VikeMan

    VikeMan Meyvn (1,472) Jul 12, 2009 Pennsylvania
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    Another vote for Victory Headwaters.
     
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