the wicked child wrote:Out of curiosity, does anyone else on here use Untappd? I didn't really start to use it until recently, but I like the fact that I can have an encyclopedia of the beers I've tried at my fingertips.
MWB wrote:Badhands knows her beer.
I haven't tried Yeti yet, but it is on my list, especially one of the barrel aged stouts. I've had the Hercules DIPA, also by Great Divide, and it was excellent.
columbia wrote:Kraftster wrote:Sweet. Saison Dupont Cuvée Dry Hopping 2013 at Giant Eagle. Randy comes through again.
Please post a review.
Beer is best served in between “ice cold” and room temperature. There are a lot of generalization made about beers of different colours, most of which are false. However, when it comes to temperature, colour seems to make a big difference. Lighter-coloured beers are generally best served cold. At the warmest end are the big, dark beers like Quadrupels, Imperial Stouts and Barley Wines. At cellar temperature are English-style beers and in the middle is just about everything else.
Very cold (0-4C/32-39F): Any beer you don’t actually want to taste. Pale Lager, Malt Liquor, Canadian-style Golden Ale and Cream Ale, Low Alcohol, Canadian, American or Scandinavian-style Cider.
Cold (4-7C/39-45F): Hefeweizen, Kristalweizen, Kölsch, Premium Lager, Pilsner, Classic German Pilsner, Fruit Beer, brewpub-style Golden Ale, European Strong Lager, Berliner Weisse, Belgian White, American Dark Lager, sweetened Fruit Lambics and Gueuzes, Duvel-types
Cool (8-12C/45-54F): American Pale Ale, Amber Ale, California Common, Dunkelweizen, Sweet Stout, Stout, Dry Stout, Porter, English-style Golden Ale, unsweetened Fruit Lambics and Gueuzes, Faro, Belgian Ale, Bohemian Pilsner, Dunkel, Dortmunder/Helles, Vienna, Schwarzbier, Smoked, Altbier, Tripel, Irish Ale, French or Spanish-style Cider
Cellar (12-14C/54-57F): Bitter, Premium Bitter, Brown Ale, India Pale Ale, English Pale Ale, English Strong Ale, Old Ale, Saison, Unblended Lambic, Flemish Sour Ale, Bière de Garde, Baltic Porter, Abbey Dubbel, Belgian Strong Ale, Weizen Bock, Bock, Foreign Stout, Zwickel/Keller/Landbier, Scottish Ale, Scotch Ale, American Strong Ale, Mild, English-style Cider
Warm (14-16C/57-61F): Barley Wine, Abt/Quadrupel, Imperial Stout, Imperial/Double IPA, Doppelbock, Eisbock, Mead
Hot (70C/158F): Quelque Chose, Liefmans Glühkriek, dark, spiced winter ales like Daleside Morocco Ale.
Kraftster wrote:I believe they are auctioning some off at House of 1000 Beers either this coming weekend or on some future weekend. Not a fan of Ho1kB doing that, but I guess its as good a way to get the limited stuff to the customers as simply lining up at the door early.
JS© wrote:Kraftster wrote:I believe they are auctioning some off at House of 1000 Beers either this coming weekend or on some future weekend. Not a fan of Ho1kB doing that, but I guess its as good a way to get the limited stuff to the customers as simply lining up at the door early.
Not a fan of them auctioning beer either.
If you want it to be fair, have it done lottery style in front of the crowd, but that is also possibly less profitable.
columbia wrote:A growler shop just opened today here in Savannah:
http://www.thebeergrowler.net/app/menu. ... ent_loc=40
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