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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by RoCkstAr256, Feb 21, 2020.
At the moment:
La Cumbre Elevated IPA
Better get as much of that as you can, while you can. I just saw recently that they will be closing.
Don't drink that much alcohol but when I do I like this Belgian beer.
The best beer I’ve ever tasted
But what I buy is usually PBR or Yuengling
Guinness was my favourite when I used to drink. Preferably ice cold.
Thanks for clearing that up!
It’s my favorite l
Genesee Cream Ale. “Always ask for a Genny.”
Iroquois Beer. “Have an Iri!”
Schaefer. “The one beer to have if you’re having more than one!”
Utica Club. “It’s tough, to argue over a Utica Club, ‘cause they put too much love into it!”
Spaten Premium Lager from Munich
I will let you know when I have finished my research.
is it at all like a baltic porter?
Stout honey might be what i am looking for, isnt it too sweet?
I know immediately that you're not far from me.
Even if I didn't know some of the Ale Aylum founder/owners their stuff would be tops. Unfortunately not many here will know because it's generally unfiltered and unpasteurized stuff sold in a small area.
We are in a really great spot on earth for beer, dairy and other food items.
An every day frequent favorite is Fantasy Factory and when in a lager mood, Capital Brewery's beer garden is often with ear shot of my bedroom window.
As much as the name and label are over the top, Fantasy Factory always nails not too weak, not too much, not too much alcohol yet thick on the tongue. I wish my neighborhood Capital IPA dialed back on hops a bit, or they'd re-release their APA.
The flavor was rich but not too sweet.
The problem is that it’s just too expensive. I think a 22oz bottle is about $20 . If you drink one you probably should not be driving ,it’s almost 12 percent ABV
you don't like tasting your beer?
IMO, most American beer's, including Micro's, can't hold a candle to the top shelf German beer's.
Weihenstephaner Vitus might be the best beer in the world.
Certainly, one of my favorites!
(I usually drink it on draught.)
This is a great beer! If your a fan of Heffewiessen then this is it on steroids. A full flavored, malty version with about 7% abv. By the way, all of their beers are consistently rated in the high 90's. The Germans, I feel in general do it right with a higher degree of elegance than most others...