Started by Jay, July 24, 2021, 06:48:56 PM
Quote from: John B on January 29, 2023, 07:57:17 PMIt called Brad Coast, and I have no idea what that means but Green Cheek is known to come up with some uh, interesting names for their beers. This one is probably an inside joke known only to them, unless I'm just clueless and the joke went right over my head. Which wouldn't be the first time.
Quote from: Jay on February 02, 2023, 01:29:16 PMHowever these syrup flavoured beers are flooding the market - with brewers like Amundsen and even Vocation dreaming up whackier and whackier flavour combinations in a race to come up something new...that is why I myself haven't tried or shown any interest in these Vocation Naughty & Nice beers, you can guarantee Linda would have bought me the box set if I had.
Quote from: Trappist on February 02, 2023, 03:26:21 PMVocation brewery makes a lot of different beers, and this is one of their strongest ones.A barrel aged 12.2vol% mint chocolate stout Chocolate and mint are that perfect match. After Eight Mint Chocolate Thins for example are a true delight!That could well give a great beer flavor too, and this one is extra barrel aged, reaching that 12.2 vol%.I sure would try this beer in a second. No hesitation though Cheers,Filip[/color]
Quote from: Jay on February 02, 2023, 08:35:20 PMI will pick up a bottled we can sample it at Rudy's bottle share.
Quote from: John B on February 02, 2023, 11:53:11 PMHere's one from Cigar City Brewing from Tampa Florida. It's called Jai Alai, a 7.5% IPA named after the high speed action sport. This beer has been around for quite a while, and is considered by many a classic. I've had this beer a few times over the years, and while I've found it to be good, it might not even crack my top 50 of IPAs that I've ever had.Anyway, it's a clear golden colored beer, with a good creamy head and low carbonation. The hops are not as up front as they are in a lot of IPAs, especially the newer ones, but they're there. Overall it was nice to have this one again after quite a while, but it might be quite a while before I have it again. Cheers! - John
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