What is your favorite beer of 2013 thus far?

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  1. BeerWorld

    BeerWorld Aspirant (273) Feb 20, 2008 New York
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    An insanely generous BA decided to share Beatification ph1 with me (among other never-had-a-chance-to-try helluva whalez). This one takes the lead for me in 2013. But the year ain't over yet :rolling_eyes:
     
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  2. pathman

    pathman Crusader (749) May 25, 2011 Ohio
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    GLBC Alchemy Hour is my favorite new beer of 2013

    Honorable mentions: Stone Enjoy By and Hoppin' Frog Gangster Frog IPA
     
  3. Asics

    Asics Devotee (401) Jul 28, 2012 Washington

    Stone's Enjoy By (4.20.13) IPA.

    Had it on tap, was super.
     
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  4. superacct2004

    superacct2004 Initiate (0) Sep 22, 2008 Michigan

    Zombie Dust, Permanent Funeral and Hoppy Feet 1.5
     
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  5. MetalMountainMastiff

    MetalMountainMastiff Initiate (0) Oct 1, 2012 California
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    For me my favorite...not the best tasting overall but best, has been sucks. It's been always fresh, always protecting the beers i'm aging from being drank, its easily consumed by my non craft friends....just all around amazing.
     
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  6. scraff

    scraff Initiate (163) Apr 18, 2003 Maryland

    Fresh Double Trouble and Fresh Stone Enjoy By. Sure KBS was tasty, FW 16 great, but I REALLY dig hops--always will...
     
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  7. brian4beer

    brian4beer Initiate (127) Jan 27, 2013 Indiana
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    new beer this year either BA Abraxas or Permanent Funeral.
     
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  8. 510a

    510a Disciple (394) Jan 12, 2013 Washington
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    Maharaja, Seizoen Bretta...Sucks!
     
  9. duobob

    duobob Aspirant (244) Oct 10, 2012 Illinois
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    Three Floyds Permanent Funeral and Pipeworks Citra ninja so far.
     
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  10. eric5bellies

    eric5bellies Meyvn (1,266) Jun 9, 2006 Australia

  11. phishphorce

    phishphorce Initiate (0) Aug 4, 2011 Pennsylvania

    Permanent Funeral and Mago Tago.
     
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  12. Irishize75

    Irishize75 Initiate (0) Nov 4, 2012 California

    Pugachev's Cobra
    Double Subshine
     
  13. BlakeAM

    BlakeAM Disciple (306) Nov 6, 2011 Illinois

    Pipeworks' Galaxy Unicorn and Great Lakes Alchemy Hour. Drinking a Revolution Galaxy Hero right now and it would be a contender as well. Was Three Floyds' Rye'da Tiger new this year? If so that would take it for me.

    I've got a Two Brothers 16th Anniversary Golden Ale sitting in my fridge. Really interested to try it, seeing as it's 16% abv...
     
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  14. TychoNDC

    TychoNDC Disciple (387) Jan 7, 2013 Colorado
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    KBS is pretty high up there, but my favorite beer thus far might just be the fresh Myrcenary on tap I had in Denver. Truly an unexpected delight, which really pushes it to the forefront. I have had equally good beers this year, but I was more pleasantly surprised and pleased with the Myrcenary.
     
  15. WYVYRN527

    WYVYRN527 Initiate (0) Jan 8, 2007 Minnesota

    Permanent funeral, hands down. One of the best DIPAs I have ever had.
     
  16. jake65

    jake65 Initiate (147) Nov 4, 2008 Idaho

    Black Note. Took me a while to get my hands on one and it was well worth the chase.
     
  17. iadler

    iadler Initiate (0) Aug 12, 2009 Illinois
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    Tie between Cinnamon Rolls (Aka BA Abraxas) and RareR DOS
     
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  18. Bones10

    Bones10 Disciple (308) Feb 23, 2013 Illinois

  19. fernz18

    fernz18 Initiate (172) Feb 6, 2009 California
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    RR Supplication at the brewery during PtY week single handedly sent me into a Wild Ale craze.
     
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  20. Tyler1tiger

    Tyler1tiger Initiate (0) Mar 10, 2013 Florida
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    BCBCS and Heady...1st time for both
     
  21. TNasty1126

    TNasty1126 Initiate (189) Jun 21, 2012 Washington

    Pliny the Elder or 2012 Black Tuesday or the 2012 BA Behemoth... Hard to say, even more difficult to choose.
     
  22. GameFreac

    GameFreac Disciple (371) Apr 8, 2011 Georgia
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    Marshal Zhukov...blew me away. Drinking my first Hunahpu's this weekend.
     
  23. AngryBotBrews

    AngryBotBrews Initiate (0) Apr 12, 2013 California

    uhhh. enjoy by. easily.
     
  24. arniepnminne

    arniepnminne Initiate (199) Jun 2, 2010 Minnesota
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    I'd say Sucks and Mornin' Delight!
     
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  25. mental1

    mental1 Initiate (0) Jan 31, 2013 Virginia

    Enjoy by 5-17-13 hands down.
     
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  26. Whatup14

    Whatup14 Crusader (754) Apr 16, 2013 Quebec (Canada)
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    Peche Mortel Bourbon
     
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  27. 1up

    1up Initiate (0) Mar 5, 2013 District of Columbia

    Of many, Short's Huma Lupa
     
  28. aasher

    aasher Poo-Bah (2,530) Jan 27, 2010 Indiana
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    For the Indianapolis market, Founders All Day IPA and New Belgium Rampant. All Day is a killer option for warm weather and Rampant is a great DIPA option at $10.99 per 6NR.
     
  29. WassailWilly

    WassailWilly Initiate (0) Sep 8, 2007 New York

    Sucks.. this was the first time I have seen it..
    It def dont suck !!
     
  30. DriveNdrink

    DriveNdrink Initiate (0) Mar 25, 2010 District of Columbia

    Founders all day IPA.
    1.It's not in bombers thus not costing me an arm and a leg
    2. It's not a barrel aged stout
    3.its never sold out or hoarded
     
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  31. bluewolf17

    bluewolf17 Aspirant (220) Mar 3, 2013 Maryland
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    I could not agree with you more. That imperial stout knocked my socks off. I couldn't get enough of it and crushed my glass in like 5 minutes. So much flavor. And that Alchemy was one of the better IPAs I've had in awhile.
     
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  32. Andygirl

    Andygirl Initiate (0) Jan 3, 2013 Michigan

    War Hammer by 4 Hands. I never heard of it, had it, amazing.
     
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  33. Mcooly

    Mcooly Aspirant (238) Feb 19, 2011 New Jersey
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    So far this year I would have to go with Alchemy Hour!
     
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  34. BogusOwnz

    BogusOwnz Initiate (0) Feb 17, 2010 Illinois

    Sam Adams Double Agent IPL hands down. I've had Alchemy Hour I've had Permanent Funeral I've had Founders Doom and most of the others that are being listed but Double Agent to me is a game changer that IMO should rival Boston Lager or SNPA for being a go to craft beer american classic. Everything that is raved about is always an IIPA or a barrel aged something, its nice to see out of the box thinking applied to something that can be a daily drinker.
     
  35. jokemon

    jokemon Disciple (314) Apr 3, 2007 Illinois
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    BCBS Cherry Rye - Amazing beer
     
  36. fmccormi

    fmccormi Meyvn (1,287) Oct 24, 2010 California
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    Ooh, Ballast Point Fathom IPL. And Jack's Abby The ABCs. Awesome (D)IPLs. I really hope that's the next trend.
     
  37. Lledd

    Lledd Initiate (0) Apr 23, 2013 Massachusetts

    Goose Islande Bourbon Barrel Stout and Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout.
     
  38. mterry00

    mterry00 Aspirant (245) Jun 12, 2008 Connecticut
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    Where can I buy that on line?
     
  39. Kenny89

    Kenny89 Initiate (0) Apr 24, 2013 Indiana

    I would definitely have to say Founders Doom. I visited the brewery for the release party and had an 8 oz pour of it, enjoyed the HOT AS HELL Devil Dancer sandwich, then took home 6 bombers! Great beer, great food, great time. Definitely my favorite brewery.
     
  40. Boris9p

    Boris9p Initiate (0) Mar 5, 2013 Indiana

    KBS! It was excellent!!
     
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