Edited by glk, 07 October 2017 - 01:10 PM.
Your Top 3 Beers?
Posted 07 October 2017 - 10:29 AM
1) Boddingtons Pub Ale. Love when I find it on tap
2) New Castle. Easy go to beer can find almost anywhere
3) Leinenkugel's Creamy Dark. All the taste of a dark beer but not as heavy as some stouts can be
Posted 08 October 2017 - 09:04 AM
1. Bell's Two Hearted Ale. Reliable, easy to find everywhere, consistent quality. Still remains a benchmark IPA.
2. Founder's Breakfast Stout. Chocolate, coffee, roasted grains. Delicious. A cousin to KBS (Kentucky Breakfast Stout), but easier to find during the release period. KBS is a stunning brew. But to much cult status and difficulty to procure unless your literally standing in line.
3. Founder's All Day IPA - Just like it's name, an IPA that one can drink anytime. A little less hoppy than 2 hearted. Grapefruit overtones. A good session beer and the summer refresher while golfing.
Honorable mention. Bell's Hopslam. Six different Hops, touch of honey, double IPA. An in your face potent (10% ABV) brew. Fantastic on tap. Defiantly not a session beer. Two is max.
Best Newcomer with potential. Old Nation Brewing Co. M-43 N.E. IPA. Multiple hops, Grapefruit and Pineapple overtones, less hoppy than the typical IPA. Somewhat pricy for four 16 oz. cans. But quite delicious.
When not feeling crafty, or when I just want a cheap beer. Labatt's.
Excellent choices here. The question is so hard to answer, I think I might give three per category of the main beer categories I frequent.
DIPA/TRIPA: Dark Horse Double crooked tree (extra points for being easy to find locally; just a great colder weather beer; packs a huge punch at over 12%)
Old Nation Boss Tweed; basically a higher abv version of M-43
Bells Hopslam; super easy to drink for a 10% beer; bonus points for coming in cans, which makes it way easier to bring to the golf course 😉
Stout: Founders Breakfast stout; available year round, not too pricey, and just plain delicious
Oskar Blues Ten Fidy; available year round, comes in cans, downfall is cost (~$16 for a four-pack of 12 oz cans)
Dark Horse BBA plead the 5th; probably my favorite stout, but pricey and hard to find
Easy drinking/lighter IPA's: Deschutes Fresh squeezed; cheap, yummy, available year round
Old Nation M-43; easy to drink and delicious; I wish they made bigger yeti coozies to accommodate the tall boy can
Shorts Soft Parade; high abv for a fruity beer at 7.5%; available year round and in cans; nice and refreshing on a hot day
Edited by 1puttTUT, 08 October 2017 - 09:05 AM.
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Posted 13 October 2017 - 07:30 AM
Pacifico, Bud Light, Stella Artois would be another 3 pack
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Posted 16 October 2017 - 11:59 AM
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Last couple months anyways, subject to change.
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