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Discussion in 'General' started by ekon one, Jan 31, 2011.
Dunno I asked this here before but anyone tired of sours?
I am not a fan of sours - so, yes, I am tired of them haha
Maybe I will appreciate the flavors and combinations more in time.
Not usually a fan of sours but Ommegang’s Pale Sour was actually quite solid. Had a bunch over the weekend.
I'm not. I don't drink them as much as I did a year or two ago, but I love that they're readily available.
I drink more sours now than ever, honestly. They're the perfect sipper/one-and-done style for me.
I'm not a big fan of overly sour/acidic takes on the style though. I'm mostly just looking for a little tartness (Berliners, goses, sour IPAs, etc.).
Smartmouth Brewing x Something In The Water festival - Hefeweizen...Pharrell put it down for VA...had a great time!
First time at monkish, got atomically. So good.
A nice solid ipa.
Still trying to get there when I have a weekend off. The hours during the week arent the best considering the drive I would have to make. I could always make a day out of it though and go to other breweries in the area, such as Modern Times Dankness Dojo, until Monkish opens. Eat and shop as well.
we've been getting fatigued on NEIPA's
at least I have since almost a year ago
still buying them (and sometimes drinking them more than other styles due to the fact that I like to try new stuff and it's the most produced style as far as craft is concerned) but I got to the point where nothing seems to standout much
Same here. I drive from the inland empire to culver city for work and usually there was a lot of traffic going towards torrance after 5pm but that day was only 30 minutes so i decided to go. I do need to go to modern times out there one day though.
My buddy hooked me up with some Heady Topper and Focal Banger, which I plan to get into tonight. Cannot wait.
Traffic man I tell ya. After dealing with it down there, YOU DESERVE a beer haha
Danknes Dojo has quite the selection on tap. The OG location in SD is still a great spot to visit but DAMN does it get packed and loud. It is way too small now for its blown up reputation
Haha yeah seriously like my go to spot was firestone walker in marina del rey since it was only a couple miles away and i would go once a week lol. Oh yeah thats what I have heard. Will definitely have to try to visit both locations soon.
I haven't had anything from Firestone Walker in a long time. Used to try ever Pale/IPA/DIPA I could find and they had a handful of nice offerings.
May go try to find me some Union Jack soon.
Union Jack is one of my go to's.
As the weather starts warming up here in the pnw what are some of your favorite session type IPA's? I like them more hoppy and also like citrusy flavored ones too
Typically a 1 beer a night kind of guy so I don't tend to look for session IPA's per se, but the weather is definitely leaning me to lighter leanings. I enjoy stuff on the hoppier side as well, which is why I really enjoy Three Floyd's. Zombie Dust and Gumball Head are great warm day kind of beers IMO. I think Zombie is 6.5 or 6 and Gumball 5.5 but everything from FFF is extra hopped up. Actually drinking some right now.
Oberon from Bells is also pretty good, not as hoppy though. All Day IPA is one I used to drink all the time. Nice hop presence on it. There is 1 more im forgetting when as well. The name may be as simple as Session IPA but I can't recall the brewery. May have been Southern Tier?
Same here - I have not had anything from them of recent. But, I still enjoy a Union Jack IPA. Great price, although, it can be difficult to find fresh cans here. Maybe it just sits because there is too much to choose from nowadays
Should def. be posting in this thread more.
Currently about to jump into this.
Also, if anyone has access to Alvarado Street’s “Churro Man”, hit my inbox!
Loving this trend lately adding Coconut to the brew process. Got this one at the bottle shop recently from Moonraker Brewing - Coconut IPA 7%, was like $25/4 pk so knew it had to be special. Had a Coconut Rye Stout from Barley Forge which was also good.
Trapezium Brewing - Lucky 47 White Ale (their take on a Belgian Wit) and Lagunitas Brewing - Citrusinensis Pale Ale for the weekend...cheers fellas!
Both sound excellent and easy drinking . Save me some LOL
Coconut better make up for it for that price haha looks great in glass. Would love to try .
i used to have a love hate relationship with beer at first... i started with heinekens to IPA's and then i finally found my preference. sours >
I think I like Session IPAs, New England IPAs, DIPAs, TIPAs, Farmhouse Ales