I picked up a 6 pack sampler of different Sam Adams IPA's, pretty tasty and not bad for 7.99
Sam Adams six packs cost $8.50 - $9 around here.
I've been drinking the Latitude 48 for a couple of years, but not so much, nowadays.
I posted previously about the Dark Depths (Baltic IPA).
that's probably my favorite of their IPAs.
I can't find six packs of those, just the big bottles.
out of OR. promoted as gluten free. decent. jimmy?
founder's kentucky breakfast is aiiight
jester king's black metal
great divide's 19th anniversary brew is my current fav
my everydayish kinda beer is the new belgium rampant because it is like 8% abv and only $8/sixpack
rather nice, had it with some pickled salt. AND it did not make me peepee right away as other alcohol does. also i don't think it comes bottled or at least i could not find it...
and its a local!
Pretty typical ale...
So i get home and put this in the freezer, 40 minutes later i slap myself in the face. I totally forgot about it, although it didn't completely freeze over. I still had a taste of it and i was not too satisfied (slushed effect). I'm not sure if it was the freeze over that screwed the taste or if that's the actual taste? meh :/
I really like their Stone IPA
^ grabbed a six of this jimmy, really nice. IPA's are growing more on me.
consecutive buy, jimmy?
randomly picked this up at specs, 10 bones per 4 pk. ouch. well worth it though, double hopped and 9.2 ABV. #tippsy ;D
^ i'm most definitely getting this one again. it has such a rich taste.
on another note i grabbed this on the way in. after having that Brekenridge IPA the "hoppiness" is far less immense. jimmy? lol.
Last edited by the hoser; 08-17-2014 at 06:04 PM. Reason: spelling
i've got this sittin' in my growler, says its made with organic hops...humm.. interesting
i must say its a different taste to an IPA than experienced in the past. good though.
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