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What's the worst beer from your state that you have tried.

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by devlishdamsel, Jan 18, 2013.

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  1. jbertsch

    jbertsch Dec 14, 2008 Massachusetts

    Interesting to see some beers mentioned that I enjoy very much...
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  2. ThirstyFace

    ThirstyFace Jan 11, 2013 New York

    Hands down, Saranac Caramel Porter, followed by Long Ireland Winter Ale
  3. galvetraz

    galvetraz Sep 7, 2009 Texas

    I think Shiner Blonde Light is much worse...almost no flavor whatsoever.
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  4. BierStein711

    BierStein711 Oct 12, 2011 Illinois

    I had that one too! Big disappointment.
  5. ThirstyFace

    ThirstyFace Jan 11, 2013 New York

    How the fuck could you argue that, everything they brew is brewed in Brooklyn NY
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  6. dcloeren

    dcloeren Sep 15, 2010 Texas
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    I think you have me beat
  7. zeff80

    zeff80 Feb 6, 2006 Missouri

    You should try stuff from Weston. It'll change your mind.
  8. superspak

    superspak May 5, 2010 Michigan
    Beer Trader

    MI: Tri City Fortunato Belgian Dark. I don't think I will be buying a single from them again
  9. jrnyc

    jrnyc Mar 21, 2010 New York
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  10. zach60614

    zach60614 May 1, 2012 Illinois
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    Illinois: Finch's Toasted Summer

  11. zach60614

    zach60614 May 1, 2012 Illinois
    Beer Trader

    Tastes like cold Campbell's vegetable soup and ass.
  12. ja1022

    ja1022 Sep 27, 2009 Indiana

    Brandy Barrel Aged Alpha Klaus from Floyd's. Nasty vile stuff it was.
  13. klaybie

    klaybie Nov 15, 2009 Illinois

    For those of you MA, I've only had Sam Adams (that I can remember anyway) and you should definitely nominate their Gose It made me want to cry. Honestly, I did cry a little.

    EDIT. It's called Verloren, or lost in German
  14. slangtruth

    slangtruth Jan 8, 2012 Massachusetts

    I wouldn't argue over Sixpoint's home state, but would over whether or not Resin is fucking delicious.
  15. yemenmocha

    yemenmocha Jun 18, 2002 Arizona

    Anything from OLD WORLD Brewing
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  16. jbaker67

    jbaker67 Jul 1, 2012 Pennsylvania
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  17. Chugs13

    Chugs13 Dec 11, 2011 New Jersey
    Subscriber Beer Trader

    Yeah I have to agree with you on Cricket Hill, pretty much anything they make.
  18. dave317

    dave317 Jun 25, 2012 North Carolina

    Anything by natty Greene in NC!!
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  19. Bnoise11

    Bnoise11 Dec 25, 2012 California

    i agree 100% with you. Karl Strauss as a whole, is horrible.
  20. MammothTarantula

    MammothTarantula Jan 22, 2012 Colorado
    Beer Trader

    Everything but Prairie Noir (Oklahoma)
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  21. itsthepleats

    itsthepleats Mar 19, 2012 Ohio


    First of a four beer end-of-the-world series. Name was right on. Easily the worst from Ohio.
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  22. kirin

    kirin Jan 18, 2013

    its called the Funky Buddha and its disgusting
  23. TNGabe

    TNGabe Feb 6, 2012 Tennessee

    Their sour, though simple, is quite good. Their saison is probably the worst beer I've ever had in a bar.

    In Tennessee, there are so many bad breweries, picking one beer would be impossible.
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  24. beertunes

    beertunes Sep 24, 2007 Washington
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    If there's a worse beer in Washington than Wingman P-51 Porter, I haven't found it. An insult to an iconic airplane.
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  25. dc4three

    dc4three Jan 14, 2013 New Jersey

    New Jersey: Any beer made by Cricket Hill.
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  26. dbrauneis

    dbrauneis Dec 8, 2007 North Carolina
    Site Editor Subscriber Beer Trader

    Actually, most of the beer is brewed/canned in PA.

    Cue jesskidden...
  27. szmnnl99

    szmnnl99 Apr 3, 2006 Michigan
    Beer Trader

    I actually enjoy Atwater Chocolate Ale, I think of it as a chocolate soda. Need to buy some ice cream and do a float.
  28. jlenik

    jlenik Jan 22, 2009 New Jersey

    I really like the BBA Porter from Cricket Hill but the rest is meh at best. Never got to try the Barleywine or Brown Ale they put out in bombers. Got to try the "small batch" DIPA on tap and it was decent.

    I do not like Triple Horse from River Horse. But I don't like tripels...

    PABSTMASTER Feb 23, 2009 Pennsylvania

    PA. Nights head. Jesus Christ.......
  30. Stockfan42

    Stockfan42 Jan 20, 2009 Massachusetts

    SA Cherry Wheat. Hands down.
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  31. Brunite

    Brunite Sep 21, 2009 Illinois

    I love hearing stuff like this from those behind the Cheddar Curtain. Just plain means that there will be more for us enlightened folks from the South:p
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  32. russpowell

    russpowell May 24, 2005 Oklahoma
    Beer Trader

    Concur, & it's not even that good at the source either
  33. lordofthewiens

    lordofthewiens Sep 17, 2005 Maine
    Subscriber Beer Trader

    Maine: most anything from Shipyard
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  34. StylzMC

    StylzMC Dec 15, 2012 Yukon (Canada)

    Trout River. All of it.
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  35. dnoahg

    dnoahg Oct 28, 2012 Massachusetts

    (Mass) Well if the old AAL's count, then Carlings Black Label, which used to be brewed "on the shores of Lake Cochituate". Tasted like the lake. I think it's since moved production to Canada, and changed the style to a lite.
  36. Hoppenheimer

    Hoppenheimer Mar 18, 2011 Kentucky

    Kentucky, Sheltowee Gloomsucker Black Ale - I don't know if I just got a bad batch, or if it was too old (or not old enough), but it tasted like a carbonated ashtray. I used it for braising pork with some chicken stock.
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