Sun King (local Indy beer)
Brooklyn Brewery is fire too. Tried some of their pale ale once but never saw it on the shelves again smh
Reddit beer trade or beer advocate you should be able to get Pliny.
I really don't understand the appeal to Avery's "big" beers. I've had Tweak, Rumpkin, and Pump[KY}n. I drain-poured 2/3 of them. The only reason I didn't drain-pour the 3rd was because I split it with another person. Cloyingly sweet and overly boozy.
I always wondered how much beer I've had over the years that didn't taste as it should because 99% of what I buy, goes right in the fridge if I plan on drinking it within a month or so. The only reason it doesn't go in the fridge is because it doesn't fit or I have it already in there. For example, I totally forgot I have the coconut/proprietors bottle sitting in there since last November.
I drink every beer I can ice cold whether I'm supposed to or not because anything even luke warm is hard to drink, but I just wonder how many beers over the year I've "stored" waaaaayy too cold and it changed the beer, taste and otherwise.
Good to know. I don't typically store beer for any period of time like that. I usually don't want to pay for X amount more a beer just to let it age. I'll drink it and if I like it, I'll keep it on the radar for next time. Not to mention, I don't have the will power or control to save beer
The reason I saved that proprietors was because I actually wanted to taste it back to back with this year but I honestly don't know if I am going to get up and wait in line for 4-5 hours again to get BCS this year.
I can't stand IPA's but yeah, I need my beer slushie style Maybe I'll find an Imperial Stout and try it room temp but it's going to be tough I think.
I haven't seen the pricing yet but I haven't really looked either. I don't think it matters with that beer. They could charge $75 a bottle and people would buy it.
I wish you all could try the 10.7% they originally brewed it at.
^ They finally opened a tap room, here is the list. I've had every one of them...the 19.5% Root Beer will get ya'
And the French Toast @ 10% taste like Maple Syrup; a little too much.
Just found this in my daily readings. More so #1.