Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Jason Tate, Jan 16, 2016.
@Kiana keep the commentary going, you are the best (as usual)
Omg this is so exciting I always thought u didn't care for me much!!
Ok it was this one that I liked if Google is to be believed
Dope. My girlfriend used to live in LA and swears by their Hefe. They just started distro in Michigan last year and haven’t had much from them yet.
Mango cart is solid stuff, they just released a spicy version that I haven't yet tried
Puhhleeeze don't even try to play me like that!
U didn't even tell me u were getting married tbh!!!!!!
AB be buying the best craft im so proud of you all
You’re referring to the Estrella/Golden Road collab Spicy Pina
Brought this to a drive-in movie tonight and it ruled
ok ok ok I done fucked up, I will admit that! Forgive me, my almighty pop queen!!!
Dammmm. You just schooled me I honestly had no idea this existed. Must not be in our market yet
I'm like, 90% sure it's brand new. I'm within spitting distance of a few Golden Roads so it's certainly and possibly just local for now
Don't worry, @Kiana, @irthesteve didn't tell the beer thread he was getting married, either.
Now I'm double busted.
They have their stellar reputation for a reason. Was so stoked I was able to go there while I was in Vermont back in April.
W A N T
Are milkshake IPAs typically hard to find in stores? I found one from Canada but it wasn't great. That's the only one I have found at a liquor store.
Doing some yard work, and drinking a grapefruit sculpin. Happy Sunday fam
Made it up to The Alchemist today and picked up some Heady Topper, Focal Banger, and Holy Cow. Sampled Kenny’s Kölsch too. Stopped by the Craft Beer Cellar in Waterbury on the way home and picked up a bottle of Mikkeller Spontandryhop Simcoe. It was a good Sunday.
I’ve seen some floating around but not many. Of the few I’ve had Tired Hands is the only place with ones that were good
Heady Topper is still the best
That brewery Icarus here in Jersey made their first two milkshake IPAs this year. The first was a shake version of their basic lactose IPA called Milkin' It, which they named Milkshakin' It. The second was a milkshake version of their popular Yacht Juice IPA, which whas called Yacht Shake. Both were phenomenal. I've also had good ones from Imprint in PA and Brix City, also in NJ.
But yeah I mostly agree, I haven't really had notable ones outside the ones I mentioned and ones from Tired Hands.
What's the difference between their lactose IPA and the milkshake one, just vanilla beans?