Preview Simply Beer Podcast 33,34,35 Canned Beer

That’s right, 33, 34, and 35.  With a couple of beer trades, good friends, and local beer we have a massive amount of canned beer for our next several podcasts!  I have received beer from Colorado, Texas, Wisconsin, Connecticut, Montana, and many other places.  So, are you ready for this monster list of beer???

First let me introduce my fellow craft beer soldiers! Joining Me in this epic canned beer tasting will be:

Now here it is the LIST! not sure how we are going to make it through this, but we will persevere or at least try really hard.

- Boulder beer hazed & Infused
- Butternuts Porkslap
- Cucapa Chupacabras
- Cucapa Obscura
- Moose Drool Brown Ale
- New Belgium Ranger IPA
- New England Sea Hag
- New England Amber Ale
- New England Lager
- Oskar Blues Gubna
- Ska Modus Hoperandi
- Ska True Blonde Ale
- Sly Fox Phoenix Pal
- Southern Star Bombshell Blond
- Southern Star Buried Hatchet Stout
- Southern Star Pine Belt Pale
- Surly Bitter Brewer
- Surly Bender
- Surly Coffee Bender
- Surly Furious
- Surly Abrasive Ale
- Wisconsin Amber
- Wynkoop Rail Yard Ale

Any on had these? I’m so looking forward to see if I continue to get that metallic flavor that always seemed to get with most canned beers…. Time to put my psychosomatic idiosyncrasy to the test.


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9 Responses to “Preview Simply Beer Podcast 33,34,35 Canned Beer”

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  2. Big Tex Says:

    I have had: Ska Modus Hoperandi, Oskar Blues Gubna, Southern Star Pine Belt Pale, & Southern Star Buried Hatchet Stout. Enjoyed each and every one. I haven’t really noticed any sort of “metallic” taste either. Gubna is probably tops of those four, with Buried Hatchet a close second.

    One note on the Pine Belt Pale… I first had it a little more than a year ago, and when looking it up online, I noted one of the hops in the recipe was the Japanese hop Sorachi Ace. If you look now, it no longer gets a mention. Seems to be a recipe change. It had a sort of pineapple note to it, but now it no longer does IMHO.

  3. Russ Phillips Says:

    Love it! You guys have a great group of cans their for your tasting! If you pour them into glasses you won’t even think about that “metallic” flavor. I’ve had most of what you’ve got lined up and I’d say my top three would be in no particular order:
    Surly’s Abrasive Ale
    Southern Star Buried Hatchet
    Moose Drool Brown/Ska Modus Hoperandi – TIE

    Enjoy! Viva la can!

  4. Simply Beer Says:

    @Russ & @Big Tex, I’m pretty stoked to drink all these beers I’ve never had, heard lots of good things about many. But, I’m plagued with this metallic taste I get which in theory isn’t possible, so I’m trying to get around this to prove my insanity with a couple other people what will be tasting the same brews. So, what better way then complete immersion!

    Hope you’ll listen to the podcasts when they are released over the next couple of weeks.

  5. Kevin M Says:

    Peter, if you can squeeze in one more, we’d have an even 24 cans! That’s enough to have 3 full length 8 beer podcasts! Wow, my poor liver!

  6. Eric L Says:

    Pine Belt Pale was originally brewed with Sorachi Ace hops because of the hop shortage, Brian says it was about all they could get at the time! It is now brewed with Palisade hops. A few of us are trying to talk them into releasing the Sorachi Ace version again as a special release. :)

  7. Simply Beer Says:

    @Eric, that is a great piece of history of the beer. Thanks! I’m a huge fan of sorachi hops (have about 4 oz of whole hops in my fridge now) If they ever make that special release, I hope you think of me, would love to trade some local beers!

    @kevin – I added Brew Free or Die! Could leave out 21A!

  8. Scott Says:

    Peter – What a blast. Sending 2 more cans to add to the party –
    Can’t wait to hear which one(s) top the list… Happy 4th!

  9. Simply Beer Says:

    awesome bro! looking forward to seeing what goodies you sent. Not to spoil it, but the Coffee Bender was friggin awesome!

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