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sbishop wrote:

My DW and I were in Ushia, AR and went to the Southermn most brewery in the world. They brew mostly heavy beers and thier Porter was fantastic. Can't get it here but the best I ever tasted.



Bishop, your in the right area for Serra Nevada's Porter or Stout. I even get it here in Louisiana. They brew it in Chico Ca. I think you'll be very happy with the Porter it's one of my favorites.

I'm also quite happy with the consummate favorite Black & Tan, Guinness Stout and Bass Ale. Oh Yeah, Bass Ale is an IPA but not to Hoppy.

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Dogfish Head 60 Minute. I have a kegerator in my kitchen and actually got a full keg of it about 2 years ago. Delicious stuff, but expensive. Close to $300 for the keg!





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wolfcat1 wrote:

I'm a long time beer drinker, but have just recently discovered IPA...
What is your favorite ?
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My dad introduced me to India Pale Ale a few years ago, forget which brand but it was in New York, might have been Yuengling IPA? Anyway, I have yet to meet an IPA I didn't like since then.


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If you haven't tried Deschutes Brewing's "Pitch Black IPA" (I know, the name is an oxymoron), you are in for a treat.


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fasteddie wrote:

Sierra Nevada Torpedo...extra IPA great stuff.


I agree wholeheartedly. I also like the O'fallon Brewery (Missouri) "5 day IPA", very smooth for a hoppy beer. Boulevard Brewery in KC makes a decent IPA called a "single wide". They offer on tap locally a "double wide" that is excellent. Charlies Brew Pub in Denver CO had a good one on tap as well. Whenever DW an I visit a new town with a micro brew I convince her they get great reviews on their food. Of course you all know I am really there to check out their particular wares which ALWAYS includes testing the IPA.


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EgorKC wrote:

fasteddie wrote:

Sierra Nevada Torpedo...extra IPA great stuff.


I agree wholeheartedly. I also like the O'fallon Brewery (Missouri) "5 day IPA", very smooth for a hoppy beer. Boulevard Brewery in KC makes a decent IPA called a "single wide". They offer on tap locally a "double wide" that is excellent. Charlies Brew Pub in Denver CO had a good one on tap as well. Whenever DW an I visit a new town with a micro brew I convince her they get great reviews on their food. Of course you all know I am really there to check out their particular wares which ALWAYS includes testing the IPA.
drank a couple of these tonight...Torpedos.....very good, but a little went a long way !!
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X2 @ Gas Hawg and Stone Brewing. Gotta' vote for Tallgrass IPA also!

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Just had some of the Squatters IPA and truly enjoyed it. I'm always trying something new along with some of my favorites. I tend to focus on the local/regional brews. Squatters/Wasatch/Uinta out here, Leinenkugel where i can find it. I picked up my taste for the locals and for Weizen's when stationed in Germany.


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