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Either the Ninkasi Reign, or the Mac N Jacks African Amber from TrackTown.
its pretty good
Mack N Jacks is good but you can get that just about anywhere.
I came in this thread to say the same thing. Had it on tap a week ago and shot up to the top of my list right now
With Hop in your name it only seems fitting that you are into IPAs. I tend to lean that direction myself. Bridgeport IPA and Ninkasi are currently my favorites. A suggestion for you to visit while you are up here:
Hopworks Urban Brewery
2944 SE Powell Blvd, Portland, OR 97202
Great atmosphere, selection and quality. They have a quarterly seasonal that you might like. It is a Rise Up Red Ale
From their website...
This full-bodied NW Red Ale is mahogany smooth and hopped to the rafters with locally grown Cascade and Centennial hops. Rise up and get down!
5.8% ABV 13.5 Plato 60 IBU
i'm a dark beer guy so I'll go with the Pin-up-porter from the Rogue Valley brewery and the Vanilla Infused Porter from Hop Valley.
And Double Dead Guy is even better.
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Almost tried some Amnesia this past weekend. I'm gonna have to make that happen.
My sis in law works at BridgePort.
I like Hopworks but Organic beers give me headaches. It's really weird. And not hangover headaches either. LOL
Weihehstephaner is still my all time favorite . Best Heffeweisen ever IMO. Heater Allen makes some great beers if you can find them.
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I've had Copacetic not Desolation. What I remember of it was it had a lighter malt then most IPAs, color not body. Is it more citrus or pine forward in the hops I'm trying to remember haha?
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+1, me too. I drink many different styles but if I had to choose a style it would be porter/stout.
Ninkasi's are amazing, Mirror Pond is a reliable standby.
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Lagunitas- 'Hop Stoopid' is still my choice for an everyday drinker. It's pretty tough to beat for the price.
I've been a big fan of the hoppy IPA's for a long time but I've been developing my pallet lately and trying more and more Belgian style brews and sour beers.
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If you're downtown you need to go to Bailey's Taproom. You can thank me later.
You want an interesting Belgian beer try De Struise Pannepot. Next, I gotta try their Black Albert Royal Stout, a 13%, 100 IBU monster.
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Rogue's John John Dead Guy is on top for me right now. Its their normal Dead Guy aged in a Whiskey barrel. Its crazy good.
Looks like a good find.
Try Ballast Point's Sculpin IPA (Their Big Eye IPA is pretty tasty as well) - Out of San Diego
Another one that was good that I tried last weekend was El Segundo White Dog Wheat IPA - (El Segundo, CA)
Sorry one more that I have found while driving through deep Fullerton is Bootlegger's Brewery. The brewmaster is from Bend, and the owner is a cool guy. They do a Knuckle Sandwhich 2x IPA that is pretty awesome. Not sure where its being distributed as they just signed on with a major, but is a damn good IPA if you can find it.
Those sound delicious.
Right now Russian River's Supplication is probably one of my favorites. I have really grown to love the wild yeast ales. There is a really small brewery in Longbeach, Washington called Grey Parrot brewery. He does a good job utilizing the wild yeasts from the surrounding cranberry ”orchards”. It has been for or five years since I've been there but he brewed a lambic-stout that was pretty amazing.
Supplication was excellent. In fact, Russian River's sours are all great. I believe their brewmaster started as a wine maker so he has an edge up on other brewers in that department.
Gotta get my hands on some of Russian River's stuff for sure. I know there's are pub in the next city over about 45 minute drive, that has some Elder on order.
Ya Firestone Walker's brewmaster started off as a wine guy, but now knocks barrel-aged beers out of the park. Never heard a bad thing about them. Of course you guys living in Oregon and Cali are so much closer to it and I just have to imagine about it.
I thought Firestone Walker is from back east? I've only tried their IPA, which was respectable, but I've read about some of their more specialty beers that rate highly.
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