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Thread: Ymm, Beer

  1. #38141
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nrrrrvous View Post
    Damn, way down at #21! Those must be 20 good beers ahead of it!
    IIRC, RJ's request was name your top 99 bottles of beer on the wall in no particular order as that would be too much work and thought and as we've seen on many occasions, "quality in not an option." He *may* have given me permission to name 999 bottles of beer on the wall. I'm sure he'd be delighted to grant you the same wish.
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  2. #38142
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tripping William View Post
    I’m getting closer to “outstanding” for this Baltic. The coffee profile in this is awesome.
    Lofty praise. You'll have to find the Hardywood Baltic Sunrise, with or without the BBA and perform a side-by-side.
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  3. #38143
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tripping William View Post
    Just keep thinking that.
    Ha! Even at my curmudgeonly age, I've learned a few new things, especially on Ymm, Beer.
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  4. #38144
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    Quote Originally Posted by devildeac View Post
    IIRC, RJ's request was name your top 99 bottles of beer on the wall in no particular order as that would be too much work and thought and as we've seen on many occasions, "quality in not an option." He *may* have given me permission to name 999 bottles of beer on the wall. I'm sure he'd be delighted to grant you the same wish.
    If somebody graphed it that it might be exponential growth. Or is it logarithmic. I think exponential. But as you noted, Math 32 was not my finest moment.

  5. #38145
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    #35 - Dirt Nap - The Veil - another fine representative DIPA worth trying

  6. #38146
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nrrrrvous View Post
    Yeah, I'd put the WBR and the RT in their own class at the top with the WBR slightly ahead. Then the Cran-Bic, then the Apple Ale.

    That's all I've tried so far. I hear that Serendipity is up there as well.
    I'm embarrassed that you didn't get any Nectar Ale, but, the others are still better. My beer mule failed to procure a case of the Serendipity in December as he braved the frozen tundra of northern IL and southern WI on his journey. It's partly my fault, too, as it's typically a seasonal (non-winter) offering and I didn't see it listed as available at any of the 3 places I checked for New Glarus availability outside of Kenosha.
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  7. #38147
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tripping William View Post
    Nectar is also really good.
    He's/I'm correct.
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  8. #38148
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    Quote Originally Posted by beergoddess View Post
    #2: NG Raspberry Tart
    I fondly remember the time when RJ199 informed us that you had "seen the light" and it was shining from New Glarus, WI.
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  9. #38149
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    #36 - Hit Me Up - The Veil

    This DIPA was one of the best in my first Veil delivery from accfan.

    It was a one-off. When breweries make beers that good as one-offs, they're just showing off. It was like when Pearl Jam was making music so good they could release B-sides like Yellow Ledbetter

  10. #38150
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    #37 - Allagash White.

    This has to be one of the best beers you can grab at the grocery store. It has to be my favorite wheat beer. Ymm coriander. It's fun to pour it slowly at the end just like the bottle says to get the yeast in there just right.

  11. #38151
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    #38 - Nancy - Allagash - Brett Wild Ale Sour with Cherries

    Allagash makes some delicious fresh-fruited sours, and this is a good representative

  12. #38152
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    Quote Originally Posted by weezie View Post
    Speaking of which, there's an article with the same title discussing raspberry influences in some German beers in today's Wall Street Journal Off Duty section.
    A syrup, woodruff or raspberry, is a common addition to a traditional German Berliner Weisse.
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  13. #38153
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    Quote Originally Posted by weezie View Post
    Speaking of which, there's an article with the same title discussing raspberry influences in some German beers in today's Wall Street Journal Off Duty section.
    Great find, BTW!!
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  14. #38154
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nrrrrvous View Post
    Speaking of a witness. I wonder when The Veil will release The Witness. They already have The Motive, The Evidence and The Sentence. They might have already and I missed it. I'll have to check.
    Where in the World is Carmen San Diego?

    (can't tell you how many times we watched this with our children and played the game )
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  15. #38155
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    #39 - Those Who Made It Out - Burial DIPA

    This was the Burial IPA I was remembering DDH with Cashmere, Mosaic, Enigma, and some Amarillo. One of my favorites from Burial

  16. #38156
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardjackson199 View Post
    What was that one-off New Glarus that you included in last summer's shipment devildeac? It had kind of a white grape flavor almost like a dessert riesling. It was just superb. I know fuse would remember it
    Nectar Ale.
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  17. #38157
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nrrrrvous View Post
    Ah yes, then it definitely qualifies as a great beer. I just had one the other night and it was just as delicious as the first.

    I have only one left from the latest Wisconsin Border Run.
    I'll check into availability for our next trip to the area in mid-April...
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  18. #38158
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tripping William View Post
    U B U was the clear winner. That was borderline New Anthem level.
    High praise, indeed.
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  19. #38159
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardjackson199 View Post
    They also had a Kuhler that was good. It was about on the same level as the Serendipity.
    Great memory! That was top shelf good, too. Another NG one-off. and .
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  20. #38160
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    #40 - Whisky Sour Rusted Plow Farmhouse Saison - Haw River

    This brewery out in the middle of nowhere NC is always producing fun gems like this BBA limey funky saison

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