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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by devlishdamsel, Jan 18, 2013.
Living in Missouri, it's gotta be Budweiser.
A lot of my friends are crazy about this "beer". I always feel bad refusing it (and most Leinie's offerings), but I just am not a fan of what they do. Shandy is the worst offender.
Epic Ales. They have bad recipes, infected lines.
It's not from my state but I drain poured Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale.
From my state, its got to be Swamp Ape IPA from Florida Beer Co.
Lion's Head Pilsner from Scranton I think. Yuck. And I don't remember where Nickerbacher Natural came from, but it was terrible too.
Carolina Strawberry Blonde
The porter from Ukiah Brewing Company. I don't even remember the name, it was that forgettable.
MN-Purity Amber Weiss and Mantorville Stagecoach Golden Ale are both basically undrinkable.
Sam Adams' Cranberry Lambic
Anything from Jolly Pumpkin. Like drinking a glass of spit up. Pure bile.
And before you jump to the conclusion..."oh, you just don't like sour beers"...
Goudenband, Duchesse, and Rodenbach Grand Cru are some of my favorite beers.
JP beers are uni-dimensional bile messes. I've had them in bottle and on tap (at Old Mission) several times.
O' Fallon, Mo
O' Fallon's Smoke
I love Jolly Pumpkin.
Neilhouse barrel aged stout, they make some good ones, but this one hit the sink
I consider MI "my" state.
In that case, Short's Bloody Beer.
Definitely unique, and I love me a tomato drink. Just NOT with beer.
Anything from Four Friend Brewing.. They're from Charlotte, which is great, but their beer sucks!!
Lonestar Light-Texas. Although, it's cheap and bountiful.
It was the overall damage it caused. For many months after taking my first sip of Kentucky - BBA I thought all Barrel aged beers were garbage and would taste similar to that urine. Like i stated in my original post.....wow, luckily i forced myself to try BCBS. My mind was blown away. And that reassured me that Kentucky Brewing Company has no business brewing a barrel aged anthing. the beer was almost a game changer.
Anything from Black Lotus Brewing Co. in Clawson Mi, or Atwater Brewery in Detroit..
I want to try this beer.
swamp ass....nothing can touch this shit.
MA - Just Beer Brewings Undrinkable is just that.
+1 for Red Hare Gangway IPA
Colorado makes damn good beer but I've always wondered why people enjoy the taste of cardboard from Fat Tire
From PA. Sticking to craft breweries who make at least a few decent beers, I'd have to say Lancaster's Strawberry Wheat made me wince.
MA-Tried a couple from Blue Hills that I thought were absolutely terrible. I heard somewhere that their beers have improved since--although I am not in a hurry to confirm or deny this. One other one I wanted to mention even though its from CT is Tenpenny ale from Olde Burnside in E. Hartford--just disgusting. I like this thread BTW-even though it is negative, it is entertaining.
From Michigan - Kid Rock's Badass without a question. Just awful. However I do still have an unopened 22oz saved for novelty purposes. It's also discontinued. (shocker)
MN -- Stout of Morning Destruction -- burned instant coffee reconstituted with Jim Beam and water, thin as can be.
I'm not a fan of Ft Collins' Z. It makes a great brat bath though.
Birdsong Milk Stout.
Swamp ape was absolute shite
IC Light! (Sorry to the Pittsburgh die-hard's)
I'll agree with the guy that said Lionshead. The puzzles are fun though.
On Long Island so I'd probably have to say Southamptons Light Lager. Tastes like old bread. Luckily they have a lot of other bangin beers to choose from.
Ide have to say Anything from Hermitage.
I have to disagree there. I would drink a full barrel of Shandy of a six pack of Berry Weiss.
You've got me there. Berry Weiss is an abomination. Still, it sorta works as one component of the "Honey Bear".
Dark Horse "Ginger in Your Pants" BTW anyone want one? blahhhhh
anything by Roy Pitz ugh