- Jun 14, 2012
- AFL Club
been snacking on Colonials pale ales again, they are pretty much one of my go to's for the past year or so. tasty af
I concur with the Lupalin Daze, it's a cracker! Packs a decent punch.I like the throwback IPA. something about having a pint after a game of basketball, being able to drive afterwards and having something that offered a bit in taste is pretty good. Not a huge fan of their regular IPA. Mosanic is good
Anyways. Just cracked the Lupalin Daze by Daintons, fu** its a wonderful beer
Ha, yeah the GABS crowd can be unadventurous for a group of enthusiasts, been like that since first ED, met a bloke I'd seen a few years at it and he always stuck true to his little bubble, why be there at all if you won't try something different.I’m really looking forward to the Wildflower x Jester King ‘Nothing Fancy’ release this week; two of my favourite breweries.
The GABS award is an absolute joke, not one Wildflower beer making the top 100 but all the large distro, large company owned breweries taking out so many positions.
Colonial seems very popular, if any company can reach status in sales quantity as the next Moon Dog its them, sell tons of the Pale Ale, but their South West Sour is also very popular for my area it seems, sell more of both than Little Creatures, J/Squire and Mountain Goat combined. Seen a slow back in sales for Stone and Wood, no longer a big ticket seller for me.been snacking on Colonials pale ales again, they are pretty much one of my go to's for the past year or so. tasty af
Steph likes a party is insanely good.Favourite beers over the past month. Been the only good thing about country footy being cancelled. Never drink mid-week but now if I feel like a beer on a Wednesday or Thursday I can bloody well have one.
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Deeds are doing incredible things. Absolutely worth paying $15+ per can for all their limited releases.
Have the mixed 6 pack of Dainton beers to go with their online masterclass. Unfortunately the beers didn't arrive in time but they gave me a credit to use on their webstore to make up for it. The APA was fantastic.
Moon Dog have the novelty factor but still make excellent brews. Style and substance.
Hawkers are firing on all cylinders as well. Their recent hazy range has been top notch. Need to get my hands on Steph Likes A Party next.
Have you given many milk stouts a go?Sorry to hijack this thread, but I have a few technical beer questions and I am hoping someone here may be able to offer advice regarding an appropriate solution.
I suffer badly from heartburn and some of may favourite beers contribute to this badly.
I'm not giving up beer, so I need to find something I can tolerate.
It appears heavily carbonated and acidic beers are an issue.
Where would you guys be looking? I'm happy to give anything a go.
Any help appreciated.