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  1. #61
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    I have some of Weyerbachers Imperial pumpkin too. I bought the 4 pack. I have not yet really had more than a taste from one that my son opened. DFH makes a very nice one. Probably my fav. I'm not a huge pumpkin beer fan but my son wanted to try a few so that's why we have them. I did have a couple pints of DFH's at the Falls Church pub a couple weekends ago. After the Theobroma and Palo Santo.

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    I have to say that most beers I can finish (unless its the last one of the night and knowing if i finish means that it will be in the toilet later ) . However the only beer I have ever been unable to finish was Caballo Extra from El Salvador. I got it out of a "World Beer Pack" from BevMo and it was absolutely THE worst beer I have ever had. I would rather have to drink Bud/Miller/Coors the rest of my life then ONE more of those.
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    Dundee's Honey Lager.
    That krap was so dry, I needed something to drink afterwords because it left me thirsty...
    I've seen better looking hops on a one-legged rabbit..

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    Cave Creek Chili Beer. There is an actual chile inside each bottle. It should be sold as a novelty item, not a beverage. Too spicy to find refreshing. Had a couple sips and tossed the six pack. Only beer I had to throw out because it was undrinkable.

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    I will never pour out a beer, NEVER! I did have a very hard time downing an Arbor Brewing Espresso Love. I love stouts, but that beer you needed a steak knife. I was glad I only bought just one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake
    I will never pour out a beer, NEVER!
    Never say never, the day will come -- believe me.

    S.
    Life is too short to drink bad beer.

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    Originally Posted by Jake
    I will never pour out a beer, NEVER!

    Quote Originally Posted by steveh
    Never say never, the day will come -- believe me.

    S.
    Especially if you do any judging!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by beerking
    Especially if you do any judging!!!
    Heh -- I especially like the gushers, myself.

    S.
    Life is too short to drink bad beer.

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    Judging 2 years ago, I sampled a beer that literally knocked me off of my seat. It was a garlic beer. The taste was so overwhelming, plus I was laughing and gagging all at the same time. I actually scored it quite well...

    Last year, I was judging an IPA, I swished it around in my mouth, and I just couldn't swallow it... my throat literally siezed up, and I had to spit it out. That had never happened before.

    And then at lunch yesterday, I was served a pint of Newcastle (which can be passable on tap, as it isn't lightstruck like the bottles), and I only drank about 1/3 of it. Dirty tap lines. Yuck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by steveh
    Heh -- I especially like the gushers, myself.

    S.
    I have had some, which were not gushers, that probably had every single contamination known to occur in beer! THAT is worth pouring out...still, you have to judge it!
    Chlorophenol will do that as well!
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    Last gushers I opened were from Yards Brewery in Philly. It was several years ago. popped the tops and they erupted.
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    Cave Creek Chili Beer. Each bottle has a Jalapeno in it making the beer hard to swallow, very spicy. I love spicy food but trying to down this beer is an eye watering experience.
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    while my wife and i were in the czech republic we visited a brewery which server 10 small samples of the different brews they made and to be honnest i really could only finish about 1 of them a honey beer and the rest were awful if i remember there was a cherry, coffee, banana, thistle and the rest i have removed from my conscious mind ... but what did remain was how terrible the beers were ...

    then we went to pzlen where they make the famous Pilsner Urquell. had it on tap in a small pzlen pub and it was a solid beer hopper than i expected and a little fruitie more like an ale than a pils but perhaps its reputation created a false expectation as it was not all that i was hopeing for but still a great beer...
    The wise listen to the wise and a fool... well he just ends up with bad tasting beer...

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    The first beer I ever dumped was Pilsner Urquell. I think it was skunked,but I KNOW it was vile. I bought a 6 pack,tasted the one,dumped it and gave the remaining 5 away.
    This summer I had another beer that was vile...but I cannot remember the name. It was given to me by someone who's brother had given it to her,she hated it... I hated it also... gave a friend a bottle and he dumped it also. Wish I could remember the name!
    Beer today, gone tomorrow.

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    I have to say that the Sam Adams Cranberry Lambic from the Holiday Pack is the nastiest thing I have had is a long time. Both my wife and I love beer and usually even PBR doesn't last long in our house, but the Cranberry lambic stays there until we pass it off on an unsuspecting guest for a good laugh.

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