David wrote:Sam Adams Irish Red. It's ok. I bought a variety pack of Sam Adams to try. I'm not noticing much difference between this and the Alpine Spring, but maybe I don't have a very refined palate.
Welch wrote:Maybe its just me, but I don't find any of the Samuel Adams beers to be inspiring AT ALL. I've also tried one of their variety packs with I think 6 different kinds (12 pack) and all seemed very similar, nothing exciting.
Ethyriel wrote:I aim to try everything Sam Adams does that's not fruity, because those tend to be pretty medicinal. But they do every style they attempt well. They don't push the boundaries, or do anything exceptional, but they brew honest beers that are accessible. I think it's a good thing, because they're a good avenue for people to get into craft beers, and they've done a lot of good for the community/industry.
todd wrote:I'm drinking New Belgium's --- I got a sampler last week from New Belgium. Ranger, Dig, Fat Tire, and 1554. That is a pretty great sampler pack.
paulWTAMU wrote:tequila sunrise. mom came up this weekend, and she taught me how to make them tonight. Then I made some...3 shots tequila, 1 cup OJ, 1.5 shots grenadine, 1 maraschino cherry. soooooooo good, why didn't I learn about these earlier in life? oh so good.
thegleek wrote:JustAnEngineer wrote:OBP.
that Toasted Coconut Porter sounds delish...
just brew it! wrote:Mmm... Toasted Coconut Porter. PM me if you'd like a recipe. (Took a ribbon at the DMC a couple of years back, and another UKG club member using my recipe took a medal at the AHA Nationals last year.)
paulWTAMU wrote:Tennessee Honey. Sooooo good. Just over ice, no garnish, nothing.
paulWTAMU wrote:I tried it that way, but I like it over ice more for some reason. I don't suppose it makes much sense.
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