It is pretty ridiculous. $20 for 4 pints. Basically the same as Hopslam. I also agree its one of the best DIPAs around (as well as Hopslam and Peace Tree's Hop Sutra), as you can actually taste the hops. My complain with so many doubles is that they get so big that the malt flavors start drowning out the hops. Sometimes these are still tasty beers, but not what I want out of an IPA.Quote:
Originally Posted by Cybyassociation
Wet is one of the absolute best beers I've ever had. Good luck tracking it down though. Basically, you'll have to go to Minnesota during the several weeks its available, and then drink it quick. It doesn't age well.Quote:
Originally Posted by dmclone
Surlyfest (their Oktoberfest) is awesome as well.
Love TG's beers. I'd argue they are the best brewery in the state. Really need to get up to the tap room sometime.
Of course, I'm fairly biased being as its my local beer and a buddy from college works there.
Another TG fan right here. Quality beers. Can't wait for this summer when they start selling bottled beer!
Breckenridge Brewery's Vanilla Porter.
I enjoy some of TGs beers, but when I had the opportunity to talk with the guy who is either the owner/head brewer/both, it really ruined it for me. Guy was just weird, hung up on himself and a touch of a ******.
Don't get me wrong, their beers are solid, I just feel like most other brewers/owners I've met are down to earth, nice people and were interested in talking with their consumers who are just as passionate about beer a they are.