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Discussion in 'Michigan Micro Brewery forum' started by FishMichv2, Mar 29, 2014.
Alcohol kills germs!
Had one of these this weekend
I've been addicted to Dogfish Head's Sea Quench Ale this summer. Anyone have recommendations for similar sour ales?
It just made me want a 'real' sour... but anything from Jolly Pumpkin. They make a few sessionable sours. They're out of Dexter.
Short's sours are pretty 'meh' IMO. The anni 13' wasn't terrible, but more of a sipper. All of their sours have strong syrupy notes that I strongly dislike in beers.
Lots of companies making good sours right now. Hard to find locally though. Off the top of my head I have had sours from Rhinegiest, Jester King, The Bruery, Avery, Sierra Nevada.
A few years back the Bruery made a flanders red which was, at the time, one of the best sours i've ever had. Unfortunately they only release in small batch and never make the same beer twice.
Red, White, and Blue; Altas; and Blatz ! I am saving so much money I can get another dog!
Mmm Altes! Been about 20 years...
Anyone like a Dirty Blonde?
Sipping on some Kalamazoo Stout from Bells. Glad I decided to revisit some of these annual offerings from Bells they really make excellent beer.
Loaded up on Oktoberfest beer. Bells, Sierra Nevada, Ayinger and Hofbrau.
All day IPA for me tonight.
How's the Sierra Nevada? Hit Paddlehard and Snowbelt the last two days. Wasn't too impressed with an IPA I had at Paddlehard, but Snowbelt's Oktoberfest and red were outstanding!
Bayern Octoberfest. That time of year and tasty going down the river.
Grand Armory - Cloudy with a Chance of Hops. New England DIPA. Really good, don't pass it up if you see it.
Without Hacker Pschorr on that list, you are wasting your money!