I blog primarily over at "geosciblog" (http://geosciblog.blogspot.com), I am doing this one for fun. It is inspired by 30+ years of beer can collecting and having tried more than 3,000 different American beers during that time. “. . . And beer was drunk with reverence, as it ought to be.” — G. K. Chesterton

Sunday, March 01, 2009

28 Flavors for February (plus 5 left-over from January)

As a part of my low-priority goal of trying an average of one new beer for each day of the year, I an continuing into February.

In February, I tried:

Choc Waving Wheat
5 Seasons (A) Belgian Trippel (2/09)
5 Seasons (A) Cask Belgian Dubbel
5 Seasons (A) Cowbell IPA
5 Seasons (A) Golden Number Ale
5 Seasons (A) Great Pumpkin Ale
5 Seasons (A) Sgt. Schultz Hefeweizen
Fordham Copperhead Ale
Fordham Helles Lager
Full Sail Ltd
Harpoon UFO Raspberry Hefeweizen
Holy Mackerel Imperial Black
Holy Mackerel Strong Lager
Kennebunkport Apricot Wheat
Kennebunkport Pumpkin Wheat
Lagunitas Gnarlywine ‘09
Lagunitas Juden and the Jets Ale
Lagunitas We’re Only in it for the Money Ale
Left Hand Jackman’s Pale Ale
Michelob Hop Hound Amber Ale
Rogue Oaked Santa’s Reserve
Shiner Celebrator 100
Smuttynose IPA
Smuttynose Shoal Pale Ale

Stone et al, Holiday Ale
Terrapin Big Hoppy Monster (GA)
The Duck Rabbit Baltic Porter
Weyerbacher Blithering Idiot Barleywine

The boldface ones were the complete 12 oz (or 22 oz servings). The rest were samples.
No wonder I've never seen 5 Seasons, they're local in your state. Do they distribute up north?
5 Seasons is a brewpub, so currently their products are not available in bottles. There are two locales - Sandy Springs and Alpharetta, both on the North side of Atlanta.

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