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Beer of the Day - BOTD - 2021

Whisky

Contributor
How‘s that Trippel? I saw it today while at the liquor store and almost got it. Instead I got the Dominga Mimosa Sour, and the Summer Bliss Tropical Wheat from New Belgium
I like it, it’s not as yeasty as some Belgians I’ve had. A lot of reviews mention banana esters but I don’t get that. Just a light sweetness, the Abv is above 8 but it doesn’t drink like it.
 

Toothpick

Needs milk and a bidet!
Moderator
I think that banana flavor comes from the type of yeast used maybe. I see a lot of German and Belgian beers mention banana flavor or aroma. I pick it up a lot in Hefeweizen.
 

Black Adder

Contributor
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A dunkel from Waldmann Brewery/Wursterei in St. Paul. Unfiltered, super fresh, very tasty, all of 'em. Had an altbier and a chocolate wheat while there, brought home the dunkel and a maibock.
 

FarmerTan

George Bailey Fanboy
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A family member is a beer salesman. 25¢ for the near expired or dented cans!

I've been trying lots of flavored beers. I thought I'd hate them. There really isn't much flavor in these; just enough to make it interesting. But if you tried THIS particular beer I think you'd be able to guess korrectly that it's Mango in a blind taste test.
 

Toothpick

Needs milk and a bidet!
Moderator
Supposedly these Bigfoot beers age well over 3-5 years. So I have 3 bottles put back and going to test that out. Summer Bliss - delish. Dominga Mimosa Sour - yummy. Bigfoot Barleywine - that will put hair on your chest. Nutty, malty, thick, beer. Yowza.

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TexLaw

Fussy Evil Genius
Contributor
Supposedly these Bigfoot beers age well over 3-5 years. So I have 3 bottles put back and going to test that out. Summer Bliss - delish. Dominga Mimosa Sour - yummy. Bigfoot Barleywine - that will put hair on your chest. Nutty, malty, thick, beer. Yowza.

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Bigfoot has a very special place in my liver. If my homebrew club had a mascot, it would be Sierra Nevada Bigfoot. We buy a keg of it every year for Dixie Cup.
 

Toothpick

Needs milk and a bidet!
Moderator
Bigfoot has a very special place in my liver. If my homebrew club had a mascot, it would be Sierra Nevada Bigfoot. We buy a keg of it every year for Dixie Cup.
It’s very good but I don’t think I could do a keg of it. I’m glad we got the Busch Light for our camping trips :lol:
 

Owen Bawn

"Ask me about a fluffernutter"
I'd be happy if I could find some Schlitz that tasted the way Schlitz tasted in 1970. In the Giant Imperial Quart size bottle, of course.

I haven't bothered looking.
 
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