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(Gizmodo)   The beer of the future is ready for millennials, and it's not avocado flavored   (earther.gizmodo.com) divider line
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626 clicks; posted to Food » on 07 May 2021 at 6:35 PM (6 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-05-07 6:27:52 PM  
"The Beer of the Future Tastes Like Ass"

Sounds to me like they know their target audience.
 
2021-05-07 6:49:37 PM  
That's a depressing article to read as I sit here sipping a good craft beer

/They're brewing today
//It smells wonderful out here
 
2021-05-07 6:57:14 PM  
Fat Tire has always been terrible. Well, not terrible, really. More like cleaning materials that haven't been fully rinsed out of the vats.

Every micro-ish brewery seems to have a certain special flavor. Stone's is overpowering hoppiness. Elysian is sweet with great depth. Fat Tire is unrinsed cleaning product.
 
2021-05-07 7:06:02 PM  
Is it Orbitz beer?
 
2021-05-07 7:26:40 PM  
meh...1/2 hour til Paulaner hefe time.
 
2021-05-07 7:56:34 PM  
What's this "future for millennials" business?

I'm nearly 40 and I'm among the oldest of the millennials.

You should focus on what the Gen Z and whatever we're calling actual children right now want out of life. My folk are tapping out already.
 
2021-05-07 8:19:12 PM  
One time I burnt a batch of home brew. Poured the malt syrup in to fast over a hot stove.  I went ahead and bottled it, but called it, "Toasted Oatmeal Stout."   Everyone thought it was great. They weren't just being polite. I brought a case to a party and it was all gone by the end. shiat was nasty.
 
2021-05-07 8:19:44 PM  
"We start with pure mountain water. Then we add 40 varieties  of artisanal hops and finish it off with a dry hopping process for yet more disgusting hops taste."

Bring on climate change because beer can't get any worse.
 
2021-05-07 8:37:55 PM  

foo monkey: One time I burnt a batch of home brew. Poured the malt syrup in to fast over a hot stove.  I went ahead and bottled it, but called it, "Toasted Oatmeal Stout."   Everyone thought it was great. They weren't just being polite. I brought a case to a party and it was all gone by the end. shiat was nasty.


Reminds me of the time the hostess scorched the chocolate fondue.  Tasted a lot like campfire S'Mores.
 
2021-05-07 8:47:26 PM  

Cafe Threads: "The Beer of the Future Tastes Like Ass"

Sounds to me like they know their target audience.


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2021-05-07 9:15:26 PM  
I'm drinking Coors Light while reading this thread, and I have no idea what my point is.
 
2021-05-07 9:21:21 PM  

We Ate the Necco Wafers: Fat Tire has always been terrible. Well, not terrible, really. More like cleaning materials that haven't been fully rinsed out of the vats.

Every micro-ish brewery seems to have a certain special flavor. Stone's is overpowering hoppiness. Elysian is sweet with great depth. Fat Tire is unrinsed cleaning product.


Most of New Belgium's stuff doesn't have whatever that weird Fat Tire flavor.

My local brewery OTOH has the same bad tinge in every beer I've tried.
 
2021-05-07 9:28:32 PM  
I'm not interested in a beer that exists just to make a political statement.  Fark that.
 
2021-05-07 9:36:29 PM  

Saturn5: I'm not interested in a beer that exists just to make a political statement.  Fark that.


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/from a stolen recipe, so it's on message, I guess
 
2021-05-07 9:40:12 PM  

puffy999: We Ate the Necco Wafers: Fat Tire has always been terrible. Well, not terrible, really. More like cleaning materials that haven't been fully rinsed out of the vats.

Every micro-ish brewery seems to have a certain special flavor. Stone's is overpowering hoppiness. Elysian is sweet with great depth. Fat Tire is unrinsed cleaning product.

Most of New Belgium's stuff doesn't have whatever that weird Fat Tire flavor.

My local brewery OTOH has the same bad tinge in every beer I've tried.


Our local brewery had that weird tinge to it. That's what happens when you don't clean out the tap lines occasionally...
 
2021-05-07 9:40:41 PM  
Is it scotch?
 
2021-05-07 9:44:31 PM  
The future is Coors Lite flavored with squid.
 
2021-05-07 10:28:42 PM  

mrparks: The future is Coors Lite flavored with squid.


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Close, they're both molluscs.
 
2021-05-07 10:33:05 PM  

skiinstructor: puffy999: We Ate the Necco Wafers: Fat Tire has always been terrible. Well, not terrible, really. More like cleaning materials that haven't been fully rinsed out of the vats.

Every micro-ish brewery seems to have a certain special flavor. Stone's is overpowering hoppiness. Elysian is sweet with great depth. Fat Tire is unrinsed cleaning product.

Most of New Belgium's stuff doesn't have whatever that weird Fat Tire flavor.

My local brewery OTOH has the same bad tinge in every beer I've tried.

Our local brewery had that weird tinge to it. That's what happens when you don't clean out the tap lines occasionally...


I mean everything. Even the canned and bottled stuff.

It's crap. But locals give it money.

/their food is mediocre and overpriced too
 
2021-05-07 10:35:14 PM  

mrparks: The future is Coors Lite flavored with squid.


Sorry, you're wrong.

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2021-05-07 10:39:39 PM  
Two Brothers "Outlaw" was one of my favorites and then they changed it and called it "Outlaw 2.0" and it also tasted like ass so I understand his feelings.
 
2021-05-07 11:39:14 PM  

Trocadero: mrparks: The future is Coors Lite flavored with squid.

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Close, they're both molluscs.


I should totally turn some cans of 211 into a chelada. Better then a brass monkey.
 
2021-05-08 12:20:16 AM  

mrparks: Trocadero: mrparks: The future is Coors Lite flavored with squid.

[molsoncoors.com image 440x480]
Close, they're both molluscs.

I should totally turn some cans of 211 into a chelada. Better then a brass monkey.


The Brass Monkey is a myth. People have died trying to find the elusive Brass Monkey. It does not exist. Do not try to find the Brass Monkey.

We got the bottle, you got the cup,
C'mon everybody let's get f u u ckd.
 
2021-05-08 1:15:32 AM  

dstanley: I'm drinking Coors Light while reading this thread, and I have no idea what my point is.


Michelob Ultra. Hey, I didn't ask for someone to leave some here in the first place! I couldn't just drink one, nor could I change palette mid-drink, so you gotta do what ya gotta do. At least it's cheap!

/I'd rather be guzzling Anchor Steam
//stored at room temperature
///don't get behind me the day after, just warning ya 🤢
 
2021-05-08 2:26:40 AM  
You can get New Belgium at your bodega? Well look at Mr. Fancy Pants Brooklyn, us in Queens need to go to 7-11 or a gas station for that fancy shiat. Our bodegas have Coors, Miller and Bud.
 
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2021-05-08 3:11:40 AM  
Voodoo ranger.

The end.
 
2021-05-08 6:51:09 AM  
some of the comments here seem to 'asplain why our locale had Fat Tire draft on special t'other day.

/still, I drank 2 pints
 
2021-05-08 7:42:51 AM  
I'm making some cilantro pale ale right now.
 
2021-05-08 5:33:40 PM  
As long as it still has alcohol, I'm good.
 
2021-05-08 10:59:43 PM  
Can't be any worse than some home brews I've had/made.
 
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