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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by fx20736, Jan 20, 2013.
3.Belgian Strong Pale Ale
Honorable mention Keller/Zwickel
This is a tough one. But at the moment.. No order
American Strong Ale (yes I realize its a "catch all" category, not quite a style per say)
1) Old Ale!! (really wish this was a more explored style... it's what I think "beer" should taste like)
2) Belgian Strong/Tripel
3) Mild sours
American Pale Ale
Fourth would tied between IPA and IIPA.
Belgian Strong Pales
So naturally it's hard to fulfill my cravings with variety
IPA, DIPA, Imperial IPA
yeah I need to try other styles
American Strong ale
Honorable mentions: Fruit Lambic, Berliner Weisse, Quad. These are mostly here and not on my list because there aren't enough good easily obtained examples of them.
1 - Baltic Porter
2 - Russian Imperial Stout
3 - All other stout & porter varieties
1. Double IPA
IPA, belgian pale ale (but so hard to find good ones), American Pale Ale.
1. Imperial stouts
1) Russian Imperial Stouts
3) Belgian Strong Dark Ales
All that time living in Europe has made me biased.
1. Anything Belgian and blonde (Belgian IPAs, Geuze, Saison, Tripel, BSPA, Witbier)
3. Imperial Stout
2) Light Lagers
3) American Malt Liquor
1. Oud Bruin
2. English Pale Ale (or ESB)
3. Belgian Dubbel
The seasons depict the order though.
American Pale Ale (all year round)
Stouts (great in this cold winter)
Probably going to expand my palate into Belgians.
1) Imperial Stout
3) Old ale
Weird how little y'all appreciate Scotch Ales. Too many of y'all are talking about Gueuze and Stouts. Hop off the bandwagon for a better quality of life!
Sours/ Wild Ales
1.) English Barleywine
The first because I am drinking an Insanity right now, the second because I've got a bit of Harvest Dance left for afterward, and the third because I love a challenge.
Wet, strong, and bitter
What are your top 3 beer styles and why?
Imperial Stout - For the dark richness and the ability to age.
IIPA - For the bright, fresh hoppy dominance.
Saison - For a lighter, more floral notes and some funk.
Bourbon Barrel Stouts
I, P, and A. Because they dominate. Is that sufficient??? When not drinking the former, I appreciate a good quad or imperial stout. Larrrrrrrrge!