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Review: it's definitely dangerously drinkable. Who would guess it's so high in alcohol content? It does have a noticable sweetness to it but it doesn't last (eg a fruit beer). It has a slightly smoky caramel flavor. And I'll rate it a solid 8. Maybe 9. I may have to sample it some more before coming to a final conclusion.chumley wrote:Beer Update! (From the Four Peaks Facebook page)Because dangerously drinkable are my two favorite words!This year's Winter Wobbler will be available tomorrow for $5 a pint. It will be a Strong Scotch Ale and will be clocking a pretty substantial 8.7% ABV. This baby will have a mild sweetness to it and very low bitterness and is dangerously drinkable!
Dunkel Weissewritelots wrote:Barrio Brewery has a seasonal they're calling - oh, I can't remeber more than "Dunk" or something like that (and their web page is down, so I can't check). Anyhow - they described it as a dark hef.
Yummy, almost chocolaty goodness. Think I'll go get one after work today! As my reward for sticking it out. Ooh - and it's a new month, too. I can get a burger!
Yes, you live too far away from your favorite beer.Dirt4dinner wrote:(I think I have a problem).
Best thing is to get back on the horse ASAP to shake that off.Mattrgrs12 wrote:ive been a little hesitant to drink it since then.
ok, if we talk about beer outside AZ - the hands down winners are dogfish head 90 minute and stone arrogant bastard. there is nothing here by any local brewery that i like more. hopnot from four peaks is a nice pale, but you wont find it in bottles.Dirt4dinner wrote:I have travelled the world, hit up many many brewelrys and I just can't find anything I like more
perhaps soon though. Four Peaks is taking advantage of a new state law that allows craft brewers to make more beer .... and have installed all kinds of new equipment this past year. I don't know if they're just going to be sending kegs to more bars or distributing to more stores.te-wa wrote:hopnot from four peaks is a nice pale, but you wont find it in bottles.