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. Slatetank

    Slatetank Oct 9, 2006 Pennsylvania
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    anything by Roy Pitz ugh
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  2. Tidesox28

    Tidesox28 Apr 21, 2013 Maine
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    Shipyard Pumpkinhead
  3. grynder33

    grynder33 Jul 31, 2003 Wisconsin

    Miller 64
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  4. Benish

    Benish Mar 13, 2013 Wisconsin
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    Leinenkugel's. No disrespect to the beer, it's just not my taste.
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  5. CassinoNorth

    CassinoNorth Apr 5, 2013 New Jersey
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    Theoretically not brewed in NJ, so we're safe.

    Cricket Hill's Jersey Breakfast stout because every time you put the damn thing down it foamed over. Hoptonic was terrible as well.
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  6. RichD

    RichD Mar 18, 2012 Rhode Island
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    Newport Storm Hurricane Amber Ale

    And I'm a huge fan of ambers, but this was pretty bad. They recently have tweaked their look and possibly their recipes so I may give this another chance because I'm a supporter of local breweries.
  7. JustBill

    JustBill Jul 28, 2010 Vermont

    VT: While we make some of the best, we also have our share of meh. Switchback, Magic Hat, Long Trail, Otter Creek, etc etc. But Trout River Red is the worst I've had from my state. Tastes like pond water. I just poured out a sixer that a guest brought over recently. And I will usually drink just about anything.
  8. anth0ny

    anth0ny Jan 5, 2012 Michigan

    - Short's 'Juicy Tree'. Ground pour after first sip at Winter Beer Fest. Was way over the top like straight pine-sol.
    No hate on Short's I still love them.
    - Kid Rock's 'Badass Beer'. Straight piss.

    Edit - Did not realize I already posted here back in January. Badass still stands and Juicy Tree is a new addition.
  9. BigJim5021

    BigJim5021 Sep 2, 2007 Indiana
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    Well, if we're gonna go with the absolute worst, it's easily the Dry Cell Irish Stout from Tin Man. It's draft-only at the brewery though, and none of their other beers are being distributed outside of my hometown.

    As for something available state-wide, there are quite a few that we've stocked at the store that are generally regarded as crap (gotta sell local, even if it's garbage!) and I've never bothered to try them. However, there's one that a decent amount of people like (and it's got a pretty good score on here) and that's Flat 12 Half Cycle IPA. I think it's a shitty one-trick pony. Standard IPA with 100+ IBU. No malt backbone to speak of, just bitter hop water. And I'm pretty sure they use a lot of Summit and Simcoe because it's really vegetal. I don't understand why people like it.
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  10. GreesyFizeek

    GreesyFizeek Mar 6, 2013 New York
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    A true piece of shit classic from NYS.
  11. Beerswimmer

    Beerswimmer Mar 4, 2013 Michigan

    In Traverse City, a toss up between Mackinaw and Ferment. Mackinaw has flavorless boring beers and never any special brews. Ferment has a lot of/mostly misses and infections.
  12. BeerBeerBeer

    BeerBeerBeer Feb 28, 2012 Israel

    "Nesher" - I would rank it no more than 60.
  13. Cvescalante

    Cvescalante Dec 24, 2012 Texas
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    Jester King Gotlandsdrica
  14. Meryl

    Meryl Apr 21, 2013 Massachusetts

    Easy. Sam Adams pumpkin, from MA. (Although in truth it was probably contracted out...) Like someone put molasses and the soy sauce packets you get at cheap chinese restaurants into a pumpkin and let it rot. Just offensive.
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  15. MisSigsFan

    MisSigsFan Mar 2, 2013 California
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    Probably Lagunitas IPA. And it isn't even that bad.
  16. Asics

    Asics Jul 28, 2012 Washington

    Pyramid Curveball. I cannot do it, I understand what kind of beer it is but I just think it tastes bad.
  17. MisSigsFan

    MisSigsFan Mar 2, 2013 California
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    Also, if we're talking my current state (New York), then it'll have to be something from Saranac. Either Adirondack Lager or Black Forest.
  18. Cark

    Cark Oct 10, 2012 New York

    You must drink "only" good beer if lagunitas is your worst choice
  19. GuzzLah

    GuzzLah Mar 2, 2013 Illinois

    Pipeworks first batch of Blue Lady was similar to regurgitated blueberries fermented in a goat's butt. They recalled it and fixed it in subsequent batches, but I haven't tried the good batch.

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  20. mcrago

    mcrago Oct 6, 2012 Indiana

    I'm sure there is worse, but anything from Mad Anthony Brewing Company comes immediately to mind.
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  21. lsummers

    lsummers Jun 21, 2010 California

  22. SSEngelbrecht

    SSEngelbrecht Jan 25, 2010 Louisiana

    The brewery has a lot of potential, and I want to like them, but so far what they make is just not for me.

    I had a Gotlandsdricka at a dinner with friends and of the bottles we poured this was the only one not finished. To me it tasted like it was brewed with partially burned newspaper.
  23. djsmith1174

    djsmith1174 Aug 21, 2005 Minnesota

    That label just screams shitty beer. This is the best we could do, we were fucked up on Mountain Brew!
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  24. antoines15

    antoines15 Dec 14, 2008 Indiana
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    Not sure which was worse but both were from Three Floyd's: So' Bro and Biggs Stache. Just awful.
  25. Beerdudenumberone

    Beerdudenumberone Dec 9, 2012 Indiana
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    Everything from Four Horseman. I don't think I even finished any beer of theirs I tried.

    BLACKENEDPLAGUE Apr 10, 2013 Ohio

    Columbus Pale Ale. I was still new at the time but it tasted like hops and water. Will need to try it again though
  27. MisSigsFan

    MisSigsFan Mar 2, 2013 California
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    I try to keep to beers I like. After all the rave Lagunitas gets I tried their IPA and was pretty disappointed.
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  28. Petela

    Petela Mar 21, 2013 New Jersey

    Turtle Stone Green Snail
  29. jwheeler87

    jwheeler87 Oct 27, 2011 Massachusetts

    Sam Adam's Cranberry Lambic. Fucking barf.
  30. BottleCaps80

    BottleCaps80 Jan 12, 2013 Iowa
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    Morningwood Breakfast Stout from CIB Brewery. Ooooof.
  31. Cjames88

    Cjames88 Mar 6, 2011 Pennsylvania

    O man, I got this beer from my mother-in-law and it doesn't even have name! It's like called BCBS and it was like so many flavors in one beer and too fing smooth that I couldn't even drink it. I drained poured it and then used the other 3 to make stew.
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  32. scud

    scud Sep 22, 2010 Indiana
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    Floyd's latest ba release, tiberion inquisitor. Haven't had their previous "nail polish" beers but this is yet another. Have a bottle FT if anyone wants to try it out
  33. BlackDragon

    BlackDragon Feb 16, 2013 Michigan

    I love lots of Dark Horse but Double Crooked Tree was almost a grass pour.
  34. BlackDragon

    BlackDragon Feb 16, 2013 Michigan

  35. maxcoinage

    maxcoinage Apr 6, 2012 Illinois
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    GI Gran Gas - don't know what they were going for on this one
  36. planbee

    planbee May 28, 2009 North Carolina
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    Craggie Brewing Toubab Brewe. The only thing I shall remember about that brewery is just how atrocious that beer was.
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  37. SanFranJake

    SanFranJake Nov 2, 2012 California
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    Anderson Valley Wild Turkey Barrel aged stout.
    Drain poured after 1/4 of it, even at $10
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  38. founder26

    founder26 Sep 9, 2009 Michigan

    you most not drink many michigan beers, if DCT is the worse beer from michigan then I would say we are doing pretty good.
  39. Eduk8traz

    Eduk8traz Nov 13, 2010 Arizona

    Ed's Cave Creek Chili beer. A historically bad beer.
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