Nice beer vacation.
And while the Pound is down.
Hobgoblin Ruby and Golden Ales
Some Sainsbury IPA
Innis and something or other...
I'm on vacation in England and it's fun to try some of the local Ales, Beers, and Lagers! :-)
Bibo Pilsner (6 pack)
Automatic Pale Ale (6 pack)
Tropicalia (6 pack)
Try Troegs Nimble Giant
cloudy imperial IPA 9% 69 IBU.... tropical fruit hints, beer advocate gives it a 93% rating....comes in 16 oz can 4 packs....pineapple grapefruit honeysuckle with azacca mosaic and simcoe hops...Hershey PA
I hear the cloudy juicy IPA from back east is good: haven't seen any in Colorado.
Heady Topper has always been a fave, but my New Hampshire friend hasn't been able to buy any as it must fly off the shelves.
We do have several good breweries in Colorado, so here's a few in my frig:
Fate Brewing Osura Gose (sour), from Boulder
Funkwerks Dry hopped Provincial (sour), from Ft Collins
Odell St Lupulin (pale ale), from Ft Collins
Oskar Blues Beerito (mexican lager), from Longmont
Epic Sour Apple (Utah, but they might brew in Denver too)
Uinta Tangerine IPA, from Utah
Russian River Pliny the Elder IPA (down to my last bottle)
The available selection keeps getting bigger and better.
It's a good time to be a beer drinker.
I've got an eye out for Creature Comforts Bibo 6-packs but haven't scored any yet (I've had it on draft before).
In the fridge:
Summit Sága IPA (St. Paul, MN)
Bubbler Hefeweiss (New Glarus, WI)
Naked Lager (New Glarus, WI)
Torpedo Extra IPA (Sierra Nevada Brewing)
I tried some Terrapin beers last month when I was further south, and I agree Hi-5 is a very tasty IPA...
I'll post this over here too, since there's this nice dedicated page.
There are so many excellent craft breweries around ATL that it is hard to narrow it down. I love a bright IPA like Creature Comforts Tropicalia, or Terrapin Hi-5. Sometimes I'm at the other ends of the rainbow, drinking a local porter or a gose. Orpheus, Second Self, Monday Night, and Sweetwater all make some great beers. But my current fave of all is a summer ale homebrew I made a few weeks ago featuring infused fresh ginger root. I got lucky making that one and I immediately made another batch because we (friends & neighbors) plowed through 5 gallons pretty fast.
Try it, you'll like it.....
still haven't found the Duet, tho' i keep an eye out for it every time i'm in a fine beer store. anything with green flash has to be tasty