count2infinity wrote:Grabbed some of the Alchemy Hour today. Fantastic! I love it.
Tomas wrote:If the good ol USofA has more gems like the delightful coffee-chocolate-y Old Rasputin Imperial Stout, I think my days with the good but boring Czech lagers may be over!
shmenguin wrote:dogfishhead. chicory. stout.
*drops microphone and walks off stage*
shafnutz05 wrote:Founder's Porter is simply amazing.
MWB wrote:shafnutz05 wrote:Founder's Porter is simply amazing.
Wasn't a big fan of the Chicory Stout when I tried it, but may have to try it again. Although I haven't been a big fan of anything by Dogfish, except the IPA.
shafnutz05 wrote:I enjoyed the Chicory Stout, but it didn't blow me away or anything. I didn't notice the chicory really. It was a drinkable, easy-downing stout, but falls a good ways short from some of the standard-bearers of that genre (Founders, Rogue, etc)
Plenty of good stouts to try here. Keep on trying them.
shmenguin wrote:for a heavier drink, i'd generally go with a belgian tripel/quad over a stout
count2infinity wrote:this does not touch Heady Topper... that's blasphemous.
columbia wrote:re: high end IPAs
Are you getting a more refined/complex drinking experience or is it just a total hop bomb?
Keep in mind that I don't really like IPAs.
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