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angrybabboon (2 completed trades)
mjmadsen21 (1 IP trade completed)
My favorite beers are by far those that represent all of the ingredients in the most articulated, yet satisfying way possible. I am always open to the novel and the new, and am a hardcore fan of creativity and passion that goes into beer-making. I currently aim to rate to a "3" average, but I am also very generous with scores due to my love for all things beer-related. I tend to seek out beers that are worth my time and money as well, so it may be a reason so many of my scores may seem quite high at times!
Top beer styles: Saisons, sours, Imperial/Double IPAs, Imperial/Double Stouts, barrel-aged beers, dry-hopped ales of all kinds, and a longterm loving relationship with all beer styles from Belgium, as well as lagers and hefeweizens from Bavaria.
Notable breweries that I have accessibility to:
Deschutes (including all limited releases)
Hair of the Dog
Kern River Brewing Co. (VERY limited, however)
Logsdon Farmhouse Ales
Breweries that I *wish* I had easy accessibility to:
De Struise Brouwers
Foothills Brewing Company
Hillstead Farm Brewery
Smuttynose Brewing Co.
Surly Brewing Co.
If you have local, easy accessibility to any of these breweries above and are interested in trying any of the ones I listed, do not hesitate to contact me.
One of my fascinations at the moment is with the currently expanding saison and sour/wine barrel aged craft beer scene from Italy. If you have any beers of these kinds, I am always open to trading stuff for them as long as I can get my hands on it.