Your Favorite 11% or over Beer

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  1. PatrickBeebe

    PatrickBeebe Initiate (0) Sep 27, 2012 Florida

    Hige fan of the North Coast Barrel Aged Old Rasputin. XIV being my favorite so far.
  2. manfromanotherplace

    manfromanotherplace Initiate (0) May 19, 2015 New York

    Stickee Monkee and Cuivre two of the best ive ever had....along with BCBS of course.
  3. UrbanCaveman

    UrbanCaveman Zealot (570) Sep 30, 2014 Illinois

    Aventinus Weizen-Eisbock. I don't know that Schneider makes even an average beer, much less a bad one.

    Followed closely by Wulver and Rochefort 10.
  4. tillmac62

    tillmac62 Initiate (0) Oct 2, 2013 South Carolina

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  5. VABA

    VABA Poo-Bah (4,685) Aug 8, 2015 Virginia

    Sometimes one needs to grab the bull by the horns! :slight_smile:
  6. Yargamo

    Yargamo Initiate (0) Jun 9, 2015 New York

    Which is why I sometimes do....and get the hangover. You see, it's not the flavor I have the issue with...just the toxicity....oh, and as aging man of 42, 600 calorie beers are things I consider before obliging
  7. bryreeves

    bryreeves Initiate (0) Oct 25, 2012 Massachusetts

    Dogfish Head World Wide Stout
  8. emount91

    emount91 Initiate (0) Aug 28, 2015 Connecticut

    Other Half Green Is For G's, had it on tap at the brewery. 11.5% but doesn't taste anywhere near that.

    Actually tastes less boozy than All Green Everything which clocks in at 10.5%.
  9. SoleBriety

    SoleBriety Disciple (331) Oct 10, 2013 California

    Alesmith Speedway
    Avery Uncle Jacob
    Knee Deep Simtra
    Stone W00tSt0ut
    Pliny the Younger (when available)
  10. westcoastbeergeek

    westcoastbeergeek Initiate (0) Sep 16, 2015 Canada (BC)

    I prefer them in the 12oz bottles, however most beers in this range can also be put back in the fridge and consumed again tomorrow with often a positive change in the flavour. I tend to milk them over a 1 hour or more period, to reduce the abv impacts and since they often taste best at room temperature or close to you don't have to worry about them warming up.
  11. JouerAvecLeFeu

    JouerAvecLeFeu Crusader (733) Apr 17, 2015 Washington

    Adam from the Wood - or any of the variants - from Hair of the Dog. I make it a point to stop in at the brewery whenever I'm in that part of town to have a glass...

    Also, Against The Grain's London Balling and The Bruery's Cuivre have been roking my world lately...
  12. Beertsipper

    Beertsipper Devotee (479) Nov 18, 2008 New York

    Your favorite. Not a top ten list. LOL.
  13. VABA

    VABA Poo-Bah (4,685) Aug 8, 2015 Virginia

    You're old enough to be my son! :slight_smile:

    Seriously drink those earlier in the day, have a few glasses of water and you'll be fine!

    Of course working out regularly will help immensely!
  14. VTR

    VTR Initiate (0) Jul 20, 2014 Florida

    There are a few that come to mind but these jump out to me:
  15. Raj

    Raj Disciple (313) Jun 25, 2014 Illinois

    bcbcs and cbs for me. and every whale above 11% :slight_smile:
  16. 57md

    57md Poo-Bah (3,071) Aug 22, 2011 Pennsylvania

    7 of my personal top 10 are 11+%

    Tops among those is Tweak.
  17. zachpaschal

    zachpaschal Initiate (0) Apr 5, 2014 Indiana

    Based on my Untappd here are the 11%+ that I have given 5*'s:

    Bourbon County Brand Stout
    Bourbon County Brand Coffee Stout
    Bell's Black Note
    Dark Lord
    BA Old Rasputin XVII
    Palo Santo Marron - This beer is dangerously delicious. Had not clue it was 12% until I had crushed it. Way too smooth
    Trappistes Rochefort 10

    Here are a few others I have given a 4.5 or better:

    Samichlaus Classic
    Prairie Bomb
    Bible Belt
    Stone Farking Wheaton w00tStout(2015)
    Aventinus Eisbock
    Imperial Doughnut Break
    Black Ops(2013)
    Stone Imperial Russian Stout
    Plead the 5th
    MILF by Mother's Brewing Co
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