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Unread 2013-07-14, 06:16 PM   #26
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Finishing up my last bottle of Stone Enjoy By 7.04.13. Such a good IPA
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just popped the top on this. First drink was a little shocker as it has a little more flavor than the smell puts on but damn it's good.


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So im beer retarded and have only ever tried reg beers......bush,bud,etc cant even drink a full can of beer, tastes horrible, makes me throw up tasting...... Are fancy beers drasticly differnt tasting? Always look at diff weird beers n wonder if id like or be able to even drink one lol


Have drank heavily in my past, 151 rum was drink of choice, however im past that shity drunken fase, nice lil buzz from possibly good tasting ice cold beer sounds great. I think I know my answer, beer isnt for me and all beer tastes ruffly like commen beers, hopefully im wrong lol
man, that's tough. Everything posted in this thread so far, taste drastically different from one another but they aren't even close to a "bud light".

A) they are heavier, you will get bloated if you try to power drink with these
B) no matter how drunk you are, it will never taste like water. They have powerful flavors.

Best bet it probably find a place that has a "make your own 6 pack" and grab an ale, a wheat, and so on on so on and see which one you enjoy the most. I love craft beers but there are some that I don't like. Typically, my rule of thumb is "if I can't see my fingers on the other side of the glass, then I won't like it" That is typically correct, although I've found some that are good. Just don't start with a stout, that's DARK beer and is so different from what you're used to that it won't taste good because of the shock of difference, but if you just grab some different ones and find one that taste good to you and then try branching out and trying different "ale's" if that is your thing. I used to hate flavorful beers until I had a few of them and now it's hard to drink regular beer unless I'm just going for an all out get drunk night.

Maybe try a brewery out (freestate or 23rd street brewery as an example) and try them out from top to bottom. They do have "flights" which are usually 3-4 small beers, that way you can taste more than just one big one at a time.
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thanks for a great responce to my retarded question and not flamming me, good advise will.try.making my own 6er.soon
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thanks for a great responce to my retarded question and not flamming me, good advise will.try.making my own 6er.soon
I asked the same questions you just asked. It's like trying to pick out a good wine for the first time. Just find a "category" you like and start branching out from there.

PS. Don't go buying $15 bottles, buy singles and get regular beers. Save the expensive stuff for when you know what you want.
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there are also plenty of breweries that have sample 12 packs. I would suggest picking up the boulevard one, because both their wheat and pale ale are great introductions to craft beer. it will also have a seasonal, and maybe something dark. either way, if you can't find a style you like in a sample pack, there probably isn't much else for you to try. and you gotta drink what you like!
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m Typically, my rule of thumb is "if I can't see my fingers on the other side of the glass, then I won't like it" That is typically correct, although I've found some that are good.
This won't necessarily be the case. A lighter colored, although stronger IPA could have 20x the flavor of a smooth chocolate porter. All depends on your tastebuds.
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This won't necessarily be the case. A lighter colored, although stronger IPA could have 20x the flavor of a smooth chocolate porter. All depends on your tastebuds.
correct.

10% of beers I can't see through, I like

90% of beers I can see through, I like

It's not my general rule of thumb but that's just how it seems to come out.
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10% of beers I can't see through, I like

90% of beers I can see through, I like

It's not my general rule of thumb but that's just how it seems to come out.
Did you try the Reverb yet?
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Did you try the Reverb yet?
I had it last time it was out. Still the same right?
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Yeah it is the same.
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I picked up a bottle this past weekend, any good? I liked the maple bacon.
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Cracked open my bottle of the Rogue voodoo doughnut. Not bad, worth a try. Had more of a chochlatey flavor than anything else.

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Well started drinking some home made moonshine. It is fucking amazing and such an easy recipe.
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Is it the kind of recipe where you start with everclear and fruit juices?
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Enjoying a Deschutes Fresh Squeezed IPA
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Rolling Rock pounder. Keeping it classy.
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Pretty much. Apple Cider/Apple Juice/Cinnamon Sticks. Delish
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Pretty much. Apple Cider/Apple Juice/Cinnamon Sticks. Delish
Yep, my in-laws have been making some with that kind of recipe for a little while. Turns out great. Dangerous though.

Some other flavors they've done:
Cherry, Peach, Blueberry, Blackberry, Cranberry-Pomegranate, Pineapple-Pina Colada, Watermelon, Strawberry, and Raspberry. They are going to experiment with Root Beer next.
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Wish i had some of this

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I really want to try heady topper

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Pampero Aniversario on the rocks. Probably the best rum i have ever tasted.
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