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Upslope Thai Style White IPA at Jackson Lake Lodge. Tasty beer, great view:

 

I need to swing by their taproom and try this one... I saw it on the shelf at the beer store, but didn't grab it.

 

Have you checked out Snake River Brewery in Jackson yet? I found their beers decent, and the food darn good. Of course, we visited during a 17-day bike tour, and everything tastes good after you've ridden 80+ miles during the day!

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Maybe maltier than I favor, but tasty tasty
post #10488 of 11065
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Not something fancy and hard to get, but something that you enjoy on a regular basis. Since I can't get Guiness at home, Heineken is my favorite daily cold beverage. My fridge is almost always stocked with Heinies.

So funny that this was how this thread started.
post #10489 of 11065
Logsdon's Straffe Drieling triple. Tastes like a subpar Dulle Teve.

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post #10490 of 11065
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

I need to swing by their taproom and try this one... I saw it on the shelf at the beer store, but didn't grab it.

Have you checked out Snake River Brewery in Jackson yet? I found their beers decent, and the food darn good. Of course, we visited during a 17-day bike tour, and everything tastes good after you've ridden 80+ miles during the day!

Didn't make it there, but I'm not that familiar with their beers either. Also, being on a family trip necessarily limits the number of places I can make it to. Drove right past Grand Teton's brewery today, and I've definitely enjoyed some of their beers in the past (and been disappointed by others too).
post #10491 of 11065
Black Albert Batch 0 2012. Oxidised... Bit too much sherry... Not kept properly... A shame...

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Holy shit it's in cans. I need this I haven't had ab in at least 3-4 years.
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I feel the same. Canning has allowed me to rediscover some older favorites, which I had previously grown tired of many years ago. Seems like certain beers are just brighter somehow, more vibrant, in cans. My fist experience with this was with Sierra Nevada's Pale Ale, several years ago. Sculpin was next... and now this. It's one of the things I really appreciated about Westbrook's offerings, earlier this summer. Damn, wish I had some of their Gose and "One Claw" cans right now!!!
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Yea I really only buy beers in cans now because I can't have glass in the pool area of my roof and that's where the majority of my drinking on the weekend occurs.
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I drink 90% of beers I consume out of cans these days. Cans seem to be the preferred vessel for beer in Colorado, and who am I to not drink local when there are so many local microbreweries to support?

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Went to Montreal for the weekend and ended up at Dieu du Ciel twice. Good lord, so much good beer. The aphrodesiac and framboise were favorites.

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The aphrodesiac and framboise were favorites.

Their Aphrodesiaque is indeed just grand...

Fav beer?.. Yep... So glad temps are down...

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Edited by hc4thehc - 7/27/16 at 9:19am
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A few beers round my brother's. I have recently converted him to beers and he got these ones in for me.

 

Typical Crooked Stave wild yeast and oak notes in a low ABV saison - good but not worth the price/hype.

 

 

Black malts - phenomenal. This is an absolute classic.

 

 

 A nice surprise and not as bland as I expected with quite a bitter chocolate flavour.

 

 

Ratebeer list this as a strong American ale - surely that is not a style that any beer outside of America can qualify for?? Anyway, very nice barrel character and closest to a wee heavy than anything I have tried and as it is Scottish that is what I class it as.

 

post #10500 of 11065
Upslope Thai IPA at the Flatiron Park location.




Edited by Fueco - 7/27/16 at 6:41pm
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