Got Dragon’s Milk

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11 Responses

  1. nate says:

    I agree. I thought this beer was fantastic. I haven’t found anything else from the series. Fantastic looking bottle, too.

    • Simply Beer says:

      @nate – I’m glad I bought two bottles!!! I’m going to ask my distributor about that, where are the others. I think New Holland is fairly new to Jersey.

      Kevin M. if your reading this, have you guys seen any other Garvity Series in your store?

  2. Kevin M says:

    I have not seen any others yet, Peter. I have The Poet and Mad Hatter in stock now, and we recently ran out of Ichabod, the pumpkin beer. I still have a bit of Dragon’s Milk left… that stuff is delicious.

  3. Jim says:

    Aw crap!! I was looking at this last night and didn’t pick it up!! Maybe Kevin M will save one for my next trip over to the Liquor Outlet…?

  4. john says:

    ok maybe i’m just crazy then, but this beer was awful, way too many flavors going on, coffee? chocolate? wine? pick one maybe, i mean if you were going for most flavors to stick in a beer and then make the after taste like grain alcohol you win first place. I love good beers, this is someone who just kept dumping in too much of a good thing and went over board. sometimes guys, less is more, and in this case couldn’t be more true.

    • Simply Beer says:

      Thanks for Your comment John. I agree there is a lot going on in this beer and it isn’t going to appeal to everyone, but it did to me. Then again, if we all liked the same thing it would be fun.

  5. john says:

    agreed,, variety is the spice of life. I’m wondering, as i only had one of these beers, if my palette had been botched for this because i had two extremely hoppy beers prior to trying this and that perhaps I need to sit and have one fresh.

    • Simply Beer says:

      Some times that happens with really hoppy beers, but with the intense oak, plus vanilla & coconut of this beer, I’m not sure it will change too much. Can’t hurt to try 🙂