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    MN/WI Brewed - Reviews and Such

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    One of my favorite breweries (new glarus) Cabin Fever - Honey Boch

    How did I miss this sweet (literally) beer? A Blonde Wisconsin Boch. Reminds me of Spotted Cow (but,clear). I could drink the hell out of this beer! It falls right into the bullseye of my IBU taste-center.

    Let's hear your thoughts about more MN/WI Breweries and Brews!

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    Being a fellow Wisconsinite, Hells Yes to WI beer, its the Only beer. As I am typing, I'm enjoying a New Glarus Moon man!

    And props to the Stark Raven glass, isn't that Carl Strong's old bike dealership?

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    Not a native of WI but I live in the state and have an appreciation for some of the local beers. I keep a 6er or more of Fat Squirrel in the garage fridge, NOTHING is better to me for an after ride drink. It just hits the spot like no other beer can. New Glarus makes some really good beer, Capitol makes some good beer too. I also like a super hopped IPA occasionally, but I go out of state to Michigan beer for it usually. Bell's Two Hearted Ale is THE best IPA I have ever had.

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    Carl Strong Pint Glass, procured at the Fruita fat Tire fest, some years ago, when I was looking for a builder for bethany's steel ss. Went with a gunnar ruffian in orange metallic instead of mr. Strong's way.

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    Furthermore....

    Gotta hand to the guys that have kept a few club events well hydrated in the past couple of years.

    Get your hand on some of Furthermore Brewings finest.

    The belgian white (Fatty Boombalatty) is my favorite.

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    I'm partial to Ale Asylum's Ambergeddon.

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    I'm currently in love with Ballistic from Ale Asylum, although any of their beers are pretty great. We are lucky to have such a great selection of local brews.

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    I love Ale Asylum, Capital and New Glarus beers. FWIW I contacted Ale Asylum this winter and they advised they had been working on ideas for cycling jerseys to come out this spring (possibly with the Ambergeddon symbol).

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    Anything New Glarus

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    I hate to say it, but none of Wisconsin's breweries are consistently great, in my opinion. That being said, there are some excellent beers coming out of the state. New Glarus' Unplugged beers are usually good, as are many of Tyranena's Brewers Gone Wild line (just tried their Smoked Chipotle Porter last night, which was really interesting, though definitely not a session beer). O'so Brewery has got a few good ones too, including their recent Dominator doppelbock.

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    Tried the New Glarus Moon Man yesterday. I have to say, very unimpressed. I admittedly like really hoppy beers, but this one lacks both the hops of a good pale ale and the interesting malt of a British Pale.

    Has nayone had Redy Eye? I went to a beer festival in Eagle RIver last summer and this was the big surprise to me. They apparently have one on tap occasionally at the Old Fashion and at the Malt House in Madison. Otherwise it will be a trip to Wausau for me soon...

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    No one has said PABST BLUE RIBBON YET!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Dark and peaty...a true scotch ale in its mellow 25-30 IBU's, this is a beer that I'll buy again. I've only had Oso's Octoberfest before I spied this beauty at the little liquor store in Wilmont.
    Not too bitter and very flavoful...sort of a cross between Smithwicks and Guiness.

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    Growing up in Wisconsin, and living in Madison for 6 years, before moving out to Utah, I fell in love with a few beers. I'm a big fan of most of the Great Dane beers, especially the Devils Lake Red, Old Glory Ale, and Crop Circle Wheat.

    I never had a bad beer at Ale Asylum. Their 10% Triple Nova is one of the best beers I have ever tasted, and wow, it will knock you on the floor if you're not careful. haha. I have some good memories of that place.

    And of course, Leinies. It was a "love it or hate it" beer, but their winter seasonal Apple Spice still stands as my favorite beer of all time. Maybe because it was an excellent beer for post-snowboarding (and quick bar runs WHILE snowboarding). And Summer Shandy, Honey Wiess, and Red are all-time great summer beers.

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    i like MN beers. like summit and my personal fav. SURLY

    I really like homebrewing though. i just put a nice barley wine on tap in the garage mmmm

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    I am loving this one...

    Went sea kayaking in Bayfield, got to know and love this beer.

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    Gomez, I'm going to have to find some of that black scotch... Currently have a sixer of New Glarus' Coffee Stout that I'm finishing up. And I too thought the South Shore Nut Brown was pretty good. I got another one of theirs last fall/winter when I was up there... the Rhoades Scholar Stout. Pretty good stuff, but not something that etched itself into my memory.

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    Growing up in Wisconsin, and living in Madison for 6 years, before moving out to Utah, I fell in love with a few beers. I'm a big fan of most of the Great Dane beers, especially the Devils Lake Red, Old Glory Ale, and Crop Circle Wheat.

    I never had a bad beer at Ale Asylum. Their 10% Triple Nova is one of the best beers I have ever tasted, and wow, it will knock you on the floor if you're not careful. haha. I have some good memories of that place.

    And of course, Leinies. It was a "love it or hate it" beer, but their winter seasonal Apple Spice still stands as my favorite beer of all time. Maybe because it was an excellent beer for post-snowboarding (and quick bar runs WHILE snowboarding). And Summer Shandy, Honey Wiess, and Red are all-time great summer beers.

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    I've been a fan, for awhile......Berghoff!....I just picked up at sampler at woodmans ($10/12-pack) - reasonably priced, great tasting beer out'a Monroe Wisconsin

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    I'm really suprised that nobody has said anything about Central Waters, thier Mudpuppy Porter is incredible!


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    Come on...No Leinie's lovers here???? Red and Oktoberfest are my fav's. New Glarous Spotted Cow is def. up there for me as well. I'd love to check out some of these other micros some time.

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    Central Waters and Sprecher are pretty good. But I'm lucky enough to have two that are basically across the road from each other just miles away. Hinterland and Titletown Brewery both have several tasty pints and great food. Let me know if you want to meet for a ride and a brew anytime.

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    Yep, Leinies Honey Weiss & Apple Spice are good ones. South Shore Brewery near me in Ashland has a great Honey Pils. http://www.southshorebrewery.com/brewery.html

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    Hinterland Luna Stout! They just started bottling and distributing it again.

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    RUSH RIVER BREWERY
    My two RR fav's are Bubblejack (IPA) and Unforgiven (Amber)
    Rush River is out of River Falls Wi. Fantastic beer!

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    Middleton Bike Park has Capital Brewery on tap at the club house and food served.

    Today was Maibock on the patio after trail work and first riding (sort of).

    http://www.capital-brewery.com/ourbeers/maibock.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walt Dizzy
    I'm partial to Ale Asylum's Ambergeddon.

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    One of my favorites!




    New Glarus Black Wheat may be my favorite beer ever.... but alas, it is now retired never to be had again

    I love Wheat / Dunkels with a passion.

    On that note, Milwaukee Brewing Co.'s DunkelWeiss is quite good as well!

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    Capitol Island Wheat is my usual Summer day session brew



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    Coming up this weekend in Racine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby12many



    One of my favorites!




    New Glarus Black Wheat may be my favorite beer ever.... but alas, it is now retired never to be had again
    That really sucks! I can't believe they're not making that any more. Normally I'm into stouts but always had a special spot for that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lpranal
    That really sucks! I can't believe they're not making that any more. Normally I'm into stouts but always had a special spot for that one.

    It breaks my heart really.

    It was far and away my favorite Dunkel


    Milwaukee Brewery ( Milwaukee Ale House brewery) makes a great Dunkel Weiss as well, but is quite sporadic in its batches. It was everywhere for a few months, and is gone now for the unforseeable future. I was, however, advised that it WILL be brewed again but that they dont have a time table on it.

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    Not from Wisconsin, but......

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    This is super delicious ale from London England

    I did buy a sixer of just plain old Leinenkugels....and umm, I guess this is the beer that you boil brats or make beer batter for onion rings or maybe... walleye.... Stick to Lienie's Red or Honey Weiss.....sorry Jake

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    Quote Originally Posted by vfrrider17
    Being a fellow Wisconsinite, Hells Yes to WI beer, its the Only beer. As I am typing, I'm enjoying a New Glarus Moon man!

    And props to the Stark Raven glass, isn't that Carl Strong's old bike dealership?
    As a fellow Wisconsinite, having lived on the west coast for the last 10 years, I must say, "Are you freakin' kidding me??!!"

    Whenever I visit Wisco (often), I discover I cannot stand the stuff. And I've tried most of the stuff mentioned here, and tons not mentioned. It's all rubbish, with very little balance of hops, malts, etc. And don't get me started on "flavored" beer or "fruit" beer, which Wisconsinites seem to love.

    I would, however, like to try some Lake Louie beer the next time I'm there. Has anyone tried it? My brother says it's quite tasty.

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    As a brewer at Lake Superior Brewing, I'm surprised it hasn't gotten a mention.
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    Just returned from a trip to WI & MN

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    Ale Asylum MadTown Nut Brown Ale = Yummy

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    <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/gomez_lakeraven/4709588487/" title="suma-summa- Summer! by ~gomez~, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm5.static.flickr.com/4036/4709588487_79ce4e5721.jpg" width="375" height="500" alt="suma-summa- Summer!" /></a>

    New arrival at Frank's Liquors in Elkhorn - Very Nice!

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    I like this even more than the cave ale!

    <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/gomez_lakeraven/4725971794/" title="good ole beer by ~gomez~, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm2.static.flickr.com/1383/4725971794_7bfe6c1820.jpg" width="292" height="500" alt="good ole beer" /></a>

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    Interesting link - http://www.wibrewersguild.com/

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    <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/gomez_lakeraven/5271592945/" title="Potosi Brewing Gandy Dancer Porter by ~gomez~, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm6.static.flickr.com/5202/5271592945_b86bddc7fe_z.jpg" width="480" height="640" alt="Potosi Brewing Gandy Dancer Porter" /></a>
    I don't usually buy Porter, but I must have been feeling adventurous, yesterday. This beer is sweet brown heaven....super delicious.

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    I couldn't remember if this NG back 40 bock was new or not.....but I think it is. I started this thread with a NG Blonde Bock, that was good.....but this beer was great! Dark carmelly sweetness....almost mazen-like.

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    My friend Ernie gifted me this special edition Smoked Rye Ale from our friends at New Glarus Brewing. Ernie is the very best of the best of friends....he always has something special in his cooler for his amigos, so this is no reflection on you Ernie. This beer tastes like burnt rubber.
    Really nasty....I had to pour most of it down the drain. I have another bottle if anybody wants to try some.

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    *sigh* I'm gonna have to bring a hefty sum of cash with me next time I go by the LaGrange General Store...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~gomez~ View Post
    <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/gomez_lakeraven/5759343805/" title="Bleghch by ~gomez~, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm3.static.flickr.com/2630/5759343805_0dd9d6a8ab_z.jpg" width="469" height="640" alt="Bleghch"></a>

    My friend Ernie gifted me this special edition Smoked Rye Ale from our friends at New Glarus Brewing. Ernie is the very best of the best of friends....he always has something special in his cooler for his amigos, so this is no reflection on you Ernie. This beer tastes like burnt rubber.
    Really nasty....I had to pour most of it down the drain. I have another bottle if anybody wants to try some.
    WHAT?? That's in my top-5 all time favorites. But, I'll try anything. This certainly isn't a "drinking" beer, so much as it is just an experience. I can agree that it isn't for everyone. I had mine draft, though...maybe that helped.

    Currently drinking 1554, but I'm generally not a fan of Fat Tire.

    Ale Asylum Satisfaction Jacksin is quite good.

    Sol is the best Mexican beer, good for after mowing the lawn on a hot day. No fruit required.

    I have a problem with microbrews these days in general. It seems like everyone basically makes the same beers, and it's just become a contest to come up with the wackiest names. People will buy beer on it's name alone. That's too bad.

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    Oso' Brewing ~ Dank ~ Imperial Red Ale

    Pretty damn great! Pushed me into the high end of the hopping, that I like, but the cherry undertones make this a beer that I will treat myself with again, if I can find it...not a fruity beer.....great taste, reminds me of dead Guy Ale, but with the added berry bouquet....probably yeast of the belgian type that I'm tasting.....fire the graphic designer and give your brew-staff a raise!

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    This is my pick for greatest beer ever. I'm a fan of a good Imperial Stout. Sadly, I'm not sure they're even still making it. They made it for a little while a few years ago and made it again last year. I stumbled across my current stash a few months back in Minnesota (of all places).



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    Two Winners for the home team!

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    Award winning Doppelbock from Capitol Brewing....so good its sold as a 4 pack artistic seasonal type thingy - sweet beer of the gnome gods!

    and new....from ummm New Glarus

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    do you like Bavarian weisse beer like HackerPshorr or Weinsteppahner? Then you'll love Wisconsins best Bavarian imitation that I've ever tasted.....

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    Had a few Laughing Fox (not laughing at me; it was beer...seriously) today, good stuff!

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    12 more days until Surly Darkness Day.

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    Gomez - I think im going to call ahead to the general store to see if they have laughing fox if we ride Muir today... that sounds pretty awesome and I like everything else New Glarus so.....

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    Surly Wet is going down smoove.

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    I was up in the river falls area this weekend visiting friends, we hit up whitetail and I was introduced to grain belt's nordeast, amazing, I snatched up 3 cases to bring back to my side of the state

    Grain Belt

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    i love grain belt. wish there was more of it in milwaukee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TitanofChaos View Post
    I was up in the river falls area this weekend visiting friends, we hit up whitetail and I was introduced to grain belt's nordeast, amazing, I snatched up 3 cases to bring back to my side of the state

    Grain Belt
    If you head up to Cuyuna MTB Trail the local bar(Ya Betcha') has Stone Arrogant Bastard and Grain Belt Nordeast on tap.

    On another note I just had my first pour of Surly Darkness of the season last night. This years' release is damn tasty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ppgc View Post
    On another note I just had my first pour of Surly Darkness of the season last night. This years' release is damn tasty.
    where did you find the surly?

    we hunted a few shops near the riverfalls, hudson, stillwater area

    sadly I'm back on the lake michigan side now but my friends would greatly appreciate the tip and they may be nice enough to bring me some come turkey day

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    Quote Originally Posted by TitanofChaos View Post
    where did you find the surly?

    we hunted a few shops near the riverfalls, hudson, stillwater area

    sadly I'm back on the lake michigan side now but my friends would greatly appreciate the tip and they may be nice enough to bring me some come turkey day
    The local bars in the Twin Cities started tapping it yesterday, liquor stores get it on the 31st. Come get some.
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    I drink mostly New Glarus, and sometimes Leinie's Honeyweiss.
    I make some mean beer bread to go along with it.

    3 cups whole wheat flour
    3 tbsp baking powder
    1 tsp salt
    3 tbsp dark brown sugar
    3 tbsp dark molasses
    3 tbsp honey
    1 bottle any dark beer

    chopped nuts or raisins if desired

    mix 'er all up and bake in a 5 x 8 glass pan for 50 minutes at 375

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