No, I do it just for my own use. Basically, I want to eventually just get a core group of beers that I keep falling back on. I like beeradvocate.com as a site and source.
What else have you given your perfect score to?
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale; Fort Collins Brewing Rocky Mountain IPA; Summit IPA A-
Anchor Brewing Liberty Ale; Boulevard Irish Ale; Goose Island Honker's Ale; Goose Island Kilgubbin Red Ale; Left Hand Brewing Sawtooth Ale; Schell Pale Ale; Schell Firebrick Lager; Schell Pilsner; Summit Extra Pale Ale; Millstream Maifest Lager (Actually a Bock); Leinenkugel Honey Weiss; Redhook ESB Original Ale; Hub City Brewing Golden Ale
I keep one side of a six pack for any 12oz bottles that I try for the first time and mark the back with a grade. I keep a spreadsheet for any 22oz bottles, which exceed the 12ozers almost every time.
SN is a good 12oz bottle, I give it a B, but everyone has their preferences . . . at least you didn't put Schlitz on your list.
Anyone ever had the Flying Dog double pale ale? It's awesome. Very strong, very hoppy, and very good. http://www.flyingdogales.com/images/...doubledog2.jpg
FDDPA is pretty good . . . Flying Dog is starting to get pretty big, so it's nice that they still produce the smaller batch stuff.
I tried this new Blueberry Lager last night, it was good, interesting but good. I did not catch who makes it, but I will next time.
I think what I'm discovering is that I'm an IPA fan, first and foremost. However, this past weekend I had the Boulder Beer Company's Mojo IPA for the first time. It earned another A- for me and was excellent. However, I got a bit "tipsy" from six of them (nearly 7% alcohol)!
Sierra Nevada's Anniversary Ale is out. It is awesome. Hoppy are great. Mmm.
Hello ladies and gentleman I am happy to be part of this group. Reading through I am certainly not an expert on beer that many of you are. I do not think I have the palate for good beer the way others do but I still like to drink my fair share.
Have any of you heard of a beer called Rogue?