Discussion in 'The Good Life' started by Key2Wellness, Nov 13, 2016.
Have been a long time Dogfish Head fan. What are some of your favorite craft beers?
Troegs makes some tasty beer. If you ever happen to be in the Hershey, PA area, stop by their brewery. They also have some of the best food I've ever eaten.
I'll promote some of my native Alabama breweries. Great beers!
Avondale Brewing, Good People, Cahaba Brewing, Yellowhammer, Blue Pants, Fairhope Brewing.
There are so many micro-breweries that it's impossible to know what's available regionally and locally. These are some fantastic local beers. Check them out if you're down South.
Kuhnhenn Brewing Co out of Warren MI. They make the best beer I have ever had, hands down. Even won medals world wide for some of their beers, their Drippa is a 9.5% double rice IPA that is very complex. citrus notes, a bit hoppy, but a very tasty beer. Was lucky enough to have a pint of their Bohemian Pilsner yesterday, another great beer from these guys. Highly recommend it if you can get your hands on some, you will not be disappointed. Large list of beers to choose from and something for everyone, even homemade wine, mead, and eisback.
Also a long time Dogfish Head 120 IPA fan
I am not sure it is really still craft beer, but I like most of the Victory offerings. If you can find Hopdevil on Nitro tap, I suggest having one. Heavenly.
Nugget Nectar is delicious.
@PanChango, the Java Head and Nitro Chocolate Stouts are two of my favorites. I was never big on dark beer before trying these.
Interested in their breakfast beer and pennsylvania tuxedo. Plus the World Wide Stout is now out. Need to buy some to drink and then some to age.
I am in the Hershey/Harrisburg area often. I am very aware of their beers. Very good.
Victory is about 15 minutes from my house. They have a nice restaurant/pub.
De Leckere produces some very fine beers. Maximus also has some interesting beers, and their brewery is actually five minutes from where I live
When Im back home in Wisconsin, I always stock up on New Glarus. If you ever find yourself in a bar in Wisconsin, order yourself a Spotted Cow. Youre welcome. I live in Columbus, OH though, so usually I drink one of our local beers: usually Land Grant or Zauber.
Dallas/Ft. Worth has several local breweries turning out some terrific beers. To name a favorite? Not Possible!
Riverhorse Ale. Brewed right down Rt. 29 from me in Lambertville NJ
I like a local brewery called Mulley's. Their hefeweizen and Oyster Shucker Ale is damn good. Patuxent Pale Ale isn't bad either.
I've been brewing my own for 40 years now and grow my own hops. I've resurrected 200+ old recipes. I love beer!
I should say so, with that resume.
I'm enjoying my own homebrew right now. Better than anything you can buy anywhere!
Happy New Year!
I missed my calling in life back in 1977.
And to you and yours. Finished my rum ration and I'll be headed for the goosehair shortly
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