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Re: Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy

Postby Azrael » Mon Aug 27, 2012 6:52 pm UTC

That pumpkin beers have generally been available for 2 weeks already is the part that seems unusually early to me.

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Re: Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy

Postby Whitekiboko » Mon Aug 27, 2012 8:17 pm UTC

BBC does seem to ship their seasonals earlier than most, maybe because of the massive distribution. It works around here for the spring offering, since late february is about when spring (weather-wise) starts. I guess it could also be to ensure that the stock gets out to all the accounts by the start of football season. It's just not them though, I've also seen shipyard's two pumpkin entries floating around, too bad I've never cared for any of their beers. Personally, I'm waiting on southern tier's pumpking.

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Re: Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy

Postby Azrael » Tue Aug 28, 2012 4:20 pm UTC

It's out. They're all out.

Also: BBC is a terrible way to shorten Sam Adams. Despite Sam coming from Boston Brewing Company, BBC is a completely different (and far superior) entity.

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Re: Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy

Postby TheAmazingRando » Tue Aug 28, 2012 7:40 pm UTC

Does the Boston Beer Company even brew anything that isn't branded Sam Adams?

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Postby Dark567 » Tue Aug 28, 2012 8:01 pm UTC

TheAmazingRando wrote:Does the Boston Beer Company even brew anything that isn't branded Sam Adams?
In short, I don't think so. I think the difference in names is more to do with some sort of corporate structure(Boston Beer Company is the rare publicly traded brewery that isn't absolutely huge).
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Postby Chuff » Wed Aug 29, 2012 4:17 am UTC

Azrael wrote:It's out. They're all out.

Also: BBC is a terrible way to shorten Sam Adams. Despite Sam coming from Boston Brewing Company, BBC is a completely different (and far superior) entity.

Far superior is a stretch.
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Re: Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy

Postby freezeblade » Fri Aug 31, 2012 4:22 pm UTC

Recently I was in the mission district of SF and stumbled into a (very crowded) pub. After checking the black chalkboard taplist I was surprised to find Anchor Brewing Marks Mild. I very much enjoy a good mild, which are almost never seen stateside (besides homebrewed examples), and especially rare in the hop-centric, IPA-loving left coast.

If anyone's a fan of the Anchor small beer (second runnings from old foghorn) I suggest grabbing this beer on tap if you can find it. Great session beer, medium-light body with some good caramel and toasted bread flavor, with just a touch of hops to balance. Un-assuming, like a mild should be. Bravo Anchor, for offering a beer which is so far from normal in California (ie not huge, hoppy, bitter, roasty, or aged in scotch barrels)
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Re: Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy

Postby bigglesworth » Fri Aug 31, 2012 4:57 pm UTC

Nice bottle of Staropramen and a game of pool. Perfect.
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Re: Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy

Postby Whitekiboko » Mon Sep 03, 2012 2:03 am UTC

bigglesworth wrote:Nice bottle of Staropramen and a game of pool. Perfect.


Too bad Staropramen doesn't seem to be distributed around here anymore. It was always 50-75% of the price of czechvar or pilsner urquell. Makes me want a fried cheese sandwich.

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Postby bigglesworth » Mon Sep 03, 2012 10:36 am UTC

It's not that cheap around here any more, but in Wetherspoons it's available in 500ml bottles and that makes it better value for money.
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Re: Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy

Postby jobriath » Thu Sep 06, 2012 11:14 am UTC

Leeds International Beer Festival is just around the corner. While I'm interested in trying out the local breweries I note there's a number of American brewers present. Since I never get to try any American quality brews I was wondering if people could point me towards who's good out of the following: Ballast Dog, Flying Dog, Left Hand, Maui Brewing Co, Odell, Sierra Nevada, Ska brewing Co, Stone Brewing Co.

Anyone else thinking of going?

Edit: Apparently "just around the corner" can be taken to mean "starts today".

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Postby Whitekiboko » Thu Sep 06, 2012 2:41 pm UTC

These are slightly biased towards my tastes, but:

Stone
Imp. Russian Stout (around 2-3 yrs old is heaven)
Double Bastard
Saison du Buff (very herby and interesting)
If they have anything with a year on it, or in the unlikely event, vertical epic, try 'em

Ballast Point
Sculpin

I don't care for Flying Dog, but the Gonzo Imp. Porters is serviceable.

Left Hand
Milk Stout
400# Monkey
Smoke Jumper

Ska
Modus Hoperandi

Odell
Myrcenary

Sierra
Pale (if you've never had it)
Torpedo
Any old Bigfoot or Celebration
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Anchor
Anchor Steam (if you've never had it)
Old Foghorn

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Postby Dark567 » Thu Sep 06, 2012 2:45 pm UTC

Yeah. Out of those Stone is my favorite. Most anything they do is high quality.
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Postby Whitekiboko » Thu Sep 06, 2012 2:59 pm UTC

Now that i looked on the tasting notes page... If I were there, I'd probably make sure to try the Flying Dog Citra; the SN Casks and Foundation; Odell Mash; and the Modus Hoperandi.

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Postby freezeblade » Thu Sep 06, 2012 3:30 pm UTC

I'd put a definite "must try" for the Anchor Liberty Ale, which is pretty close to the historical west coast IPA style, and a damn tasty one at that.
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Postby jobriath » Fri Sep 07, 2012 8:33 am UTC

Thanks for the replies, and the comprehensive breakdown, Whitekibiko! Future-me will appreciate it too if he finishes his thesis in time.

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Postby Bakemaster » Mon Sep 10, 2012 8:13 pm UTC

I went to Pangaea Two Brews a few nights ago and had Black Butte XXIV on tap. I never need to drink a chocolate stout again; everything I ever wanted in that style is present in this porter. This amazing, chewy, rich, wonderful porter. I have such an instant crush on this beer.
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Postby freakish777 » Mon Oct 01, 2012 7:31 pm UTC

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Postby bigglesworth » Mon Oct 01, 2012 7:48 pm UTC

I am a fan of that. Goes well with dessert :D
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Re: Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy

Postby freezeblade » Mon Oct 01, 2012 8:07 pm UTC

[on wells banana bread beer]

I'm not the biggest fan, but Well's Bombardier has been showing up (for cheap! $3.99 for a 4-pack of 14oz cans) at Trader Joe's recently around here, and I have been enjoying it quite a bit.
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Postby SurgicalSteel » Tue Oct 02, 2012 12:02 am UTC

I love Wells Banana Bread Beer. Someone recommended (I might have been on this forum, I don't remember) pouring a half-glass of a good chocolate stout and a half-glass of the Wells and alternating. It's a good suggestion.

On the topic of chocolate stouts, I think Southern Tier Imperial Choklat Stout has replaced Youngs Double Chocolate as my favorite chocolate stout.
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Postby ExplodingHat » Sun Oct 14, 2012 5:30 am UTC

I tried Asahi Black Ale with katsu kare last night. It definitely worked out.
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Postby Save Point » Sun Dec 02, 2012 2:59 am UTC

It is Mad Elf Ale time, finally!

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Postby Telchar » Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:16 am UTC

In-laws brought back some darker, unlabeled beer from Titletown Brewing in Green Bay. Their website makes me think it's the "Dark Helmet Shwartzbeir". Was really good. Probably the smokiest I've had in my memory, but not overwhelming and finished smooth. Would recommend.
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Postby SurgicalSteel » Tue Dec 18, 2012 3:15 am UTC

Watching How Beer Saved the World. No idea how accurate it is, but it's entertaining and interesting as all hell.
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Postby Save Point » Tue Dec 18, 2012 4:33 am UTC

SurgicalSteel wrote:Watching How Beer Saved the World. No idea how accurate it is, but it's entertaining and interesting as all hell.

Good docu. Check out Beer Wars (it's streaming on Netflix.)

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Postby mercutio_stencil » Fri Dec 21, 2012 3:18 am UTC

SurgicalSteel wrote:Watching How Beer Saved the World. No idea how accurate it is, but it's entertaining and interesting as all hell.


I did my very best to avoid being in that movie, it's really hard to try and work when there's a film crew in the lab. While the research was genuine, at least that I saw, the presentation wasn't, I saw a few 'candid' scenes repeated about a half dozen times, until it looked perfect.

I have a feeling that most documentaries work this way though...

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Postby Bakemaster » Sat Dec 22, 2012 4:49 am UTC

I believe I have said it before; I will repeat myself: Torpedo is delicious.

It has been a little while since I had a proper hoppy beer. There was that fiasco where both the wife and I brought home the same 6-pack of cheap Trader Joe's beer at the same time, and as a consequence had to suffer through what turned out to be the shittiest pumpkin beer I've ever had, for twice the length of time expected. And before that, I don't know.

Anyway it's good to smell those hops again.
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Re: Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy

Postby Whitekiboko » Thu Jan 31, 2013 1:57 am UTC

Given the recent annual hysteria, I have to just say once again (but probably first time here), Hopslam sucks ass.

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Postby TheAmazingRando » Thu Jan 31, 2013 5:19 pm UTC

I've heard great things about it, though I've never tried it since Bell's beers don't get distributed to San Diego. What don't you like about it?

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Postby Azrael » Thu Jan 31, 2013 5:51 pm UTC

Whitekiboko wrote:Given the recent annual hysteria, I have to just say once again (but probably first time here), Hopslam sucks ass.

I have had this beer. You are wrong. Of any of the things you could say about it, "sucks ass" is just lazy.

Here's the thing: It's a 10% double IPA, and if you don't like the style you won't like this beer. Pretty simple math, that. All high-ABV IPAs have a malt sweetness and Hopslam is no different. It's not Hop Wallop or Flower Power, nor one of those "Look at me, I'm from the West Coast hop-nose bitter-bomb" single IPAs. And that's OK. Well, I think that's a good thing honestly. But even if you disagree, Hopslam isn't designed nor destined to be one of those.

Is it poorly named? Yes. Is it over hyped? Certainly, but so are 120 and Pliny. And is they hype worse this year? No, seriously: Parabola. All are seriously delicious beers. All are over hyped. Don't play hipster.

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Postby freezeblade » Thu Jan 31, 2013 6:44 pm UTC

Azrael wrote:
Whitekiboko wrote:Given the recent annual hysteria, I have to just say once again (but probably first time here), Hopslam sucks ass.

Is it poorly named? Yes. Is it over hyped? Certainly, but so are 120 and Pliny. And is they hype worse this year? No, seriously: Parabola. All are seriously delicious beers. All are over hyped. Don't play hipster.


This is pretty much my thoughts on it as well. Way over-hyped. I don't really like super-hoppy double IPAs, but a standard IPA I do enjoy quite a bit (Love the standard Stone IPA), hops are certainly fetishised here on the west coast (Especally bad in SoCal). I would disagree though that they are all dry wihout a malty backbone, or that all high ABV double IPAs are sweet.
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Postby Azrael » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:17 pm UTC

freezeblade wrote:This is pretty much my thoughts on it as well. Way over-hyped.

And the tricky thing about hype is that the majority (virtually all) of the beers that fall into the hype cycle are all good. Maybe not the singular "best" but that's not measurable anyhow. It's almost entirely driven by supply/demand and can be either directly or inversely proportional to where it's available. Take Pliny: Easy to find where Russian River regularly distributes, and recognized as an excellent beer. But where it isn't available, it's damn near fetishized. Then there are the things that only come out once a year have the hype condensed and magnified because of it (think KBS). And some things are really only make it to "hype" status right where they're produced (see Allagash's limited releases).

But again, these aren't bad beers. The hype doesn't change anything. So when people start knocking a beer because of user-generated demand, they're doing it wrong. So. Hard. If someone really, truly, must feel all superior and counter-culture, they should try blaming the people who've "fallen" for the hype. But then they're a) being a dick or b) ignoring the variation factor -- people like variety, and are willing to go to lengths to try something different.

Anyway. I have no problem disagreeing with the hype for a particular beer, or not liking the style, or not understanding (comparatively) why it's demand is higher than some other beer. But when someone starts like Whitekiboko did, I call bullshit.

I would disagree though that they are all dry wihout a malty backbone, or that all high ABV double IPAs are sweet.

Disagree all you want, since that's not really what I said: All double IPAs (those with high alcohol content) have a heavier malt backbone. They have to, it's where the sugars for the extra fermentation come from. They are also then typically sweeter (also sticky, resin) somewhere in the experience (whether the middle or finish) than their single brethren. Sure, you can hop the ever loving fuck out of them to try to hide it, but that's not what the well-recognized as good and balanced dIPAs do. And it's gets progressively harder to do, as the increased alcohol cuts a lot of the hop and the malt needed for the alcohol acts to re-balance.

The "hop the fuck out of it so all you ever get is nose and bitter" is far, far more frequent in singles.

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Postby dubsola » Wed Apr 24, 2013 5:53 am UTC

Went to a beer tasting the other night. The standout beer, by a long way, was from Feral Brewery - the Raging Flem. It's a Belgian IPA. I've not had anything like it - a well-balanced IPA with fruit aspects. Something like over-ripe passionfruit. Sounds gross, but it was delicious. Sadly it's a bit of a one-off, Feral have decided to do a series of limited-run unusual beers with the by-line "Once they're gone, they're gone". I managed to get one of the last available cases (by driving well out of my way), and plan to make it last as long as possible.

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Re: Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy

Postby Bakemaster » Thu Apr 25, 2013 2:09 am UTC

This thread popping up again reminds me that I recently tried Lagunitas WTF and you know what? It was really, really good. I'm gonna buy that again.
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Postby roband » Thu Apr 25, 2013 7:58 am UTC

Had a half pint of some NZ beer that tasted like blueberries the other day.

I like citrusy ales, but this was too fruity.

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Postby Heisenberg » Thu Apr 25, 2013 6:20 pm UTC

I've been pretty into the Breckenridge Vanilla Porter recently. But my latest review has to be for the Great Lakes Alchemy Hour Double IPA. The flavor was excellent and the finish was hoppy, but not offensively so. Admittedly I am biased because I wasn't buying, and I got a pretty good drunk going. Still, it was enough for me to take back all the bad things I've said about Great Lakes.

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Postby Puppyclaws » Sun Apr 28, 2013 2:47 am UTC

Bakemaster wrote:This thread popping up again reminds me that I recently tried Lagunitas WTF and you know what? It was really, really good. I'm gonna buy that again.


Yeah, WTF is highly recommended, for those who haven't tried it. I only recently discovered Lagunitas and so far I don't think I have had anything I don't like from them. Their labels are pretty creative, too. Probably my favorite labels since when I first saw Flying Dog (now if only Flying Dog produced good beer... well, the horn dog was pretty OK)

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Postby Роберт » Mon Apr 29, 2013 2:45 pm UTC

Heisenberg wrote:I've been pretty into the Breckenridge Vanilla Porter recently.

+1.

A good one, indeed.
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Postby TheAmazingRando » Tue Apr 30, 2013 8:39 pm UTC

Puppyclaws wrote:Yeah, WTF is highly recommended, for those who haven't tried it. I only recently discovered Lagunitas and so far I don't think I have had anything I don't like from them. Their labels are pretty creative, too. Probably my favorite labels since when I first saw Flying Dog (now if only Flying Dog produced good beer... well, the horn dog was pretty OK)
I don't drink them much but I remember their coffee stout being pretty drinkable.


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