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Can't wait for us to get Firestone Walker so I can get some Double Jack.
I would put Sucks ahead of Dreadnaught as well. I haven't had any of the Drink By yet. Didn't feel like chasing them down.
I have had quite a few of the BA top beers. I wouldn't put to much stock into their rankings/ratings. As we were just stating it seems that harder to get beers get rated highly just because they are hard to get.
Ya I think it's stupid. The rating system is stupid as well. Beers should be judged in their category. I'm not a wheat beer guy but the best wheat beer in the world should be 100 in its class. The 250 is bogus because it has so many fricking Russians and imperial stouts front loading the list. An don't get me wrong, those are some of my favorite beers but I just think there are better ways for BA to do things.
Firestone Walker is an incredible company. Matt Brynildson is a genius, plain and simple.
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It probably should be categorized. The top 100 is mostly IPA and stout.
I actually agree with most of the rankings but that is because they appeal to my tastes. IPA and russian imperial stouts are my favorite style.
Shalvoy is my hero.
Good People Pale Ale with a little dinner on the side. I bitched out & couldn't eat the second filet, though.
Standing on a hill in my mountain of dreams,
Telling myself it's not as hard as it seems - Led Zeppelin
Oh My Gawd!!!!! I love this Supplication!!! Happy Birthday to me!!!
You see that sign that says 'Rib Tips'??
Have you had a sour before that?
You are in Chicago. Go get some Pipeworks stuff if you haven't Half Acres also.
Sarah sorry about the Herpes.
This is pretty legit.
They emphasize freshness. I hope it retained it's goodness
Tried any of the others??
I've had one other one. Can't remember the name, but I've had Supplication twice, it's freaking delicious.
I want the report on the §ucaba. That was the one I was most interested in.
Edit: I've only had one Barley Wine and I hated it, but that was back when I was like 20. Hopefully I have a more sophisticated palate by now.
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It is only a few weeks old. We are good. I laughed at the label and how much they emphasized not to age this beer.
That one might be a while. I will most likely end up aging it for a year or so unless I get another one.
Most of the others you sent me I will probably wait on for a little while. I love to age my stouts and barley wines.
I have had the two on the left and both are outstanding.
I've had the Breakfast Stout & Wake N Bake but none of the rest. I'm going to try the Ten Fidy & one of the IPAs tonight.
Sipping on a Hopslam. Love this stuff.
Working through the last 4 of my Nugger Nectars tonight
Going to need a nice run at some point this week. All I have left is one Anchor Steam, two Peg Legs and the Vertical Epic thats going to sit for awhile.
"I like fixing broken things" - Kevin Plank
I have so much beer right now it is ridiculous. I have so many IPA's I can't possibly drink them.
I wanted to go on a run before this weekend but decided to hold off in an attempt to save money lol.
All these trades I have been doing. I have just stockpiled loads of beer.
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