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Thursday, April 20, 2006

My favorite beers of the past 3 months

13 is not an unlucky number. Not for me. Here are 13 beers, in no particular order, that have made it to the top of my taste buds' memory during the last 3 months. What about your top list? How many of mine overlap your list? Great Divide Oak-Aged Yeti Imperial Stout (Colorado) Dogfish Head Burton Baton (Delaware) General Lafayette Chocolate Thunder Porter (Pennsylvania) Victory Ten Year's Alt (Pennsylvania) Thirsty Dog Siberian Night Russian Imperial Stout (Ohio) North Country Friar's Porter (Pennsylvania) Weyerbacher Insanity (Pennsylvania) Anchor Bock (California) Russian River Pliny the Elder (California) Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout (New York) McKenzie VuuVe XXxXX (Pennsylvania) Magnolia Proving Ground IPA (California) North Coast Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout (California)

1 comment:

Bryan said...

I don't recognize any of those. Not surprising, as I'm not very cognizant right now.

I really like Alaskan Amber right now. Right now apparently equals the last year or so. I don't know.

I went to a ballgame tonight - got into a box. Stocked with Anchor Steam. Score! I drank a Bud and a Coors Light, just to prove I can. Oh and about twelve Anchor Steams. Seems not many people like to hear about how steam beers are different from lagers and ales. Bah.

The word verification thing sucks.