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Best Beer You've Ever Drinkin?

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What are the best local brews from your neck of the woods?

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Comment by Matt Rasmussen on August 5, 2013 at 12:08am

Over the past year or so, I have really gotten into craft beer. Shoot I live in Oregon, so I have the pick of the litter when it comes to delicious local breweries. 

I recently went to an upscale restaurant/bar and they did not have anything local. I ordered a Stella and honestly couldn't even finish more than sip or two. Give me IPA or give me death!

Comment by Netza R. on March 20, 2013 at 3:29pm

thanks! I´ll be there just in time for the festival, so I´ll definetly try to go

Comment by Netza R. on March 19, 2013 at 7:18pm

I´ll be moving to Boston in about two months and will be living their for at least a year. So far I have visited Stoddard´s (which I absolutely loved) and also another spot called The lower depths. Anyone know other good spots to have some good craft beer? I guess San Diego has sort of spoiled me but I´m looking forward to trying some east coast brews for a change

Comment by Austin Coop on March 12, 2013 at 9:10am

Hey guys,  if you're in the Cincinnati area, we've got a bunch of new breweries springing up these days.  We checked out 50 West Brewing Company last month right before the Super Bowl.  Can't wait to visit the next place that pops up.

Comment by Matt J K on January 28, 2013 at 12:09pm

Daniel, if you're ever doing a very long beer run to Ontario to pick up some Barking Squirrel, please swing by St. John's first and bring me a case of India Beer.

Comment by Daniel Piccolo on January 28, 2013 at 9:28am

Well, I don't know if this beer was suggested, and it's reasonably tough to get your paws on, unless you're in Ontario, Canada (though I have found a source out here in the great province of Newfoundland, if I'm willing to drive a bit)... Barking Squirrel from Hop City Brewery (in Brampton, I believe) is an awesome beer. I first had it on tap in Niagara Falls in July last year, and loved it ever since.  Give 'er a shot if you get the chance!

Comment by Rockozt on January 26, 2013 at 5:25am

I have finally come to the conclusion that overall, I am a Sam Adams guy as far as the bigger names go.

That being said, I have soft spots for most things made by the Leinenkugel Brewing Company, as well as Lazy Magnolia out of Mississippi...and most Red Ales.

NOT really a fan of most lighter beers, especially Pilsners.

I'm just happy to finally know what I identify with now.

Comment by Matt J K on January 25, 2013 at 3:07pm

Hey guys, new to the group.  Life @ Geoff M, I like the Muskoka Brewery.  I grew up in the Kawarthas, not too far from there. (And Kawartha Lakes Brewery has a decent raspberry wheat beer worth checking out).

I think I'll crack open a Wolfgang while I peruse the postings in this group.  Cheers!

Comment by Geoff M on November 8, 2012 at 11:26am

One of my favorite small breweries is Muskoka Brewery out of Bracebridge, Ontario. They have a few staples, my favorite being their Mad Tom IPA, as well as seasonal brews. Definitely worth a try.

Comment by Jacob Bauer on October 25, 2012 at 2:12pm

I think once you "freeze ferment" it (aka, freeze distill), then it no longer counts as a beer.

 

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