count2infinity wrote:Just had some Southern Tier 2XChristmas. If you're looking for something that just straight up tastes like christmas, this is it. Orange peel and spices. It's pretty good, but could only drink one.
I went to the Southern Tier Brewery over the weekend. Really cool place, spent a good 4 hours making sure to try everything.
2Xmas Ale- exactly what C2i said, fashioned after glogg (it's swedish country up there), enjoyed 1 but no more, smell was incredible.
Porter - really solid, ed fitz still my fave
Phin & Matts - very easy to drink pale ale, liked it a lot, will probably keep on hand at the house
Rasberry Wheat - very refreshing, would be great in summertime
2X Stout - one of my faves of the day, $5 growler fill up made for an interesting car ride home
Live pale ale - my least favorite of the day, would not try again
Unearthly IPA - this was some IPA, last beer at the place and it destroyed me
Old Man Winter - pretty good for a Winter beer, goes down easy, bought a case to enjoy
Oak Aged Back Burner Barley Wine Style Ale - didn't think I would like this, but it was very tasty, 1 was enough for me
Dü Witte - Good white belgium, I think I was the only one in our group to like it though
Mokah Imperial Stout - never ever had a beer with such taste, incredible
Oat - by far my favorite beer of the day and probably new favorite oatmeal stout
creme brulee - creme brulee in a bottle, did not care for it, too sweet for me
Pumpking - I usually don't like pumpkin beers, but I see why this is so highly regarded, it was excellent
Krampus - got a bottle for home, have not tried yet, sounds good.