awfulperson: I ONLY DRINK FLANNEL BROS. HOPPIN' HOPSCOTCH OLD TIMEY BICYCLE LEANIN' 'GAINST A TREE DUBBEL CREAM TRAPPIST BELGIAN WAFFEL STOUT, SERVED IN AN OLD BOOT.
Valiente: , I don't even recognize gnat's piss like "Bud Light" as being beer.
WTF Indeed: That's a lot of concern trolling over beer. However the real problem with American CRAFT beer is that everyone wants to make an IPA.
CruJones: I have no trouble finding a good beer, ever. Just keep your mountain of hops out, thanks.
GregInIndy: thehobbes: Also, stop doing secondaries in whiskey barrels. If I wanted whiskey I'd order it. Rye on rye is just masking the flavor of your poor grain mixOh go straight to hell, troll boy. A bourbon barrel aging on the right beer can be completely incredible.
voodoohotdog: CruJones: I have no trouble finding a good beer, ever. Just keep your mountain of hops out, thanks.I couldn't agree more. 65% of my sales (in a very small venue) are craft beers. I've asked my reps, why this (the over hopping) is going on. First you get the official answer; "It makes a distinctive product that discerning drinkers can easily differentiate from the others."But for them what i think it's about is the fact that IPA's ship and store better. Something about the hops. On the consumer side it's like the hot sauce crowd. "Look what I can tolerate!" It becomes a status symbol to be able to drink an ale that literally tastes like a grapefruit it is so hoppy.
Cheesehead_Dave: [scontent-a-ord.xx.fbcdn.net image 640x640]Hoppy Easter!
ladyfortuna: WTF Indeed: That's a lot of concern trolling over beer. However the real problem with American CRAFT beer is that everyone wants to make an IPA.You say that like it's a bad thing.*eyes you*
t3knomanser: b0rscht: Which is why I still think the Germans make the best beer in the world.... mostly lagers and oh that wonderful malt....I'm the sort of person who likes to suck down a fruity Belgian.Come on, we're not doing "phrasing"?
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HaywoodJablonski: 9/10 subby. You got a greenlight and started the semi-weekly beer snob thread
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