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Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby swerb » Sat May 02, 2009 9:33 pm

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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby waborat » Sat May 02, 2009 11:03 pm

(burp) these suck
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby Naxos » Sat May 02, 2009 11:51 pm

If those were not that good, what should I have my sister bring me, when she comes to visit on Friday?
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby idoctribefan » Sun May 03, 2009 1:23 am

I had the Grassroots Ale at Applebees the other night. I thought it was pretty good. And i'm not a real big ale guy. Fancy myself a lager man.
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby RattleHead » Sun May 03, 2009 3:09 am

I tried the Grassroots a few days ago. I also thought it was pretty good, and I'm not a big ale guy either. The Glockenspiel is one I'm definitely going to have to find, I'm a huge hefeweizen fan.
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby jb » Mon May 04, 2009 4:46 pm

I will not drink any beer made with comomile. It's like a beer brewed for that special time of month when Aut Flo visits. It just threatens my msaculinity. More manly to drink cranberry juice at a bar (see also, Leo's reaction )
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby justmebd » Mon May 04, 2009 5:43 pm

Having my first Grassroots ale right now. It tastes like a New Belgium Trippel, only not as strong. Neither of these things are good or bad.

So, I give Grassroots a "Meh."

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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby rawdawgexpress » Thu May 07, 2009 1:21 pm

I picked up 2 six-packs of the Grassroots a couple of nights ago. The guy at the counter made fun of me reading off the label "made with herbs and chamomile (then snickers)". Luckily I'm comfortable with my masculinity (looks at JB).

Anyhoozle, the beer was good, not great. Its comparable with Ommegang Rare Vos which is one of my favorites. The Ommegang is similar in texture (smooth and near creamy) and initial taste but the Grassroots is too bitter at the end- too much lemon and coriander - and leaves a slightly bitter/tangy aftertaste.

Overall 6.5/10.

for reference:

ESB moondog 8/10
Christmas ale 8.5/10
Ice-cold draft dortmunder 9/10.

Final question: why cant Great Lakes make a cheap, lite beer that you can drink all night, like a good version of iron city or PBR. These Great Lakes generally knock me on my a*** after 3-4. Therefore if I know I'll be out for several hours I'll stay away from Great Lakes and drink piss like PBR for marathon nights. But I'd rather give my money to Great Lakes rather than Bud or Miller (now owned by europeans).
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby Naxos » Mon May 11, 2009 10:36 am

My sister brought me a sampler pack. It has Dortmunder, Burning River Pale Ale, Edmunder Fitgerald, and one other.

Had the dortmunder so far, very tasty.
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby justmebd » Mon May 11, 2009 11:35 am

Burning River is the best IMO
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby cms2718 » Mon May 11, 2009 3:51 pm

justmebd wrote:Burning River is the best IMO


yeah i second that, Conway's is a close second though. That grassroots one grew on me, but easily my least favorite.
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby jb » Tue May 12, 2009 1:13 pm

rawdawgexpress wrote:I picked up 2 six-packs of the Grassroots a couple of nights ago. The guy at the counter made fun of me reading off the label "made with herbs and chamomile (then snickers)". Luckily I'm comfortable with my masculinity (looks at JB).

Anyhoozle, the beer was good, not great. Its comparable with Ommegang Rare Vos which is one of my favorites. The Ommegang is similar in texture (smooth and near creamy) and initial taste but the Grassroots is too bitter at the end- too much lemon and coriander - and leaves a slightly bitter/tangy aftertaste.

Overall 6.5/10.

for reference:

ESB moondog 8/10
Christmas ale 8.5/10
Ice-cold draft dortmunder 9/10.

Final question: why cant Great Lakes make a cheap, lite beer that you can drink all night, like a good version of iron city or PBR. These Great Lakes generally knock me on my a*** after 3-4. Therefore if I know I'll be out for several hours I'll stay away from Great Lakes and drink piss like PBR for marathon nights. But I'd rather give my money to Great Lakes rather than Bud or Miller (now owned by europeans).


Like a kick ass version of Amstel Lite?

BTW - I DO drink Grt Lakes all night. Juts that the night ends a lil earlier when it's The Commodore or XMas Ale. ;-)
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby El Heffe » Thu May 14, 2009 7:40 am

So, would you fine gentlemen recommend either of these new brews? I ask because my dad will be driving out to Boston for a wedding and it times nicely with my thrice-yearly Great Lakes Delivery. I usually go with a 12 of Dort, 6 of Burning River, and a 6 of Holy Moses White. But I'm always looking to mix it up. I've had Elliot Ness and found it pretty good. Any other suggestions?
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby Ziner » Thu May 14, 2009 9:58 am

El Heffe wrote:So, would you fine gentlemen recommend either of these new brews? I ask because my dad will be driving out to Boston for a wedding and it times nicely with my thrice-yearly Great Lakes Delivery. I usually go with a 12 of Dort, 6 of Burning River, and a 6 of Holy Moses White. But I'm always looking to mix it up. I've had Elliot Ness and found it pretty good. Any other suggestions?


If you like IPA's get rid of that Holy Moses crap and have him bring ya some Commodore Perry.

Speaking of deliveries, if anyone is driving out to Colorado anytime I will pay a deliver fee ;-) ;) :wink:
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby swerb » Thu May 14, 2009 10:09 am

Heffe, the Commodore Perry is great. A very hoppy, full flavored IPA. And potent. More potent than the XMas Ale.

Like the Burning River Pale Ale on steroids.
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby El Heffe » Thu May 14, 2009 11:03 am

Gracias, Swerb & Ziner.

I've been meaning to try Commodore Perry for a bit now, so I'll go with that one. Is that a 4-pack or 6-pack?
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby jb » Thu May 14, 2009 11:05 am

Ziner wrote:
El Heffe wrote:So, would you fine gentlemen recommend either of these new brews? I ask because my dad will be driving out to Boston for a wedding and it times nicely with my thrice-yearly Great Lakes Delivery. I usually go with a 12 of Dort, 6 of Burning River, and a 6 of Holy Moses White. But I'm always looking to mix it up. I've had Elliot Ness and found it pretty good. Any other suggestions?


If you like IPA's get rid of that Holy Moses crap and have him bring ya some Commodore Perry.

Speaking of deliveries, if anyone is driving out to Colorado anytime I will pay a deliver fee ;-) ;) :wink:


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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby swerb » Thu May 14, 2009 11:19 am

El Heffe wrote:Gracias, Swerb & Ziner.

I've been meaning to try Commodore Perry for a bit now, so I'll go with that one. Is that a 4-pack or 6-pack?

Six packs. Which is decieving.

Drinking a six of the Commodore in one night is a bold move. If you're outside, cooking out, over maybe 5 hours ... no biggie. Sit down and try and drink a six of it during a Cavs game?

Good night Irene. :thud:
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby Ziner » Thu May 14, 2009 11:34 am

Swerb wrote:
El Heffe wrote:Gracias, Swerb & Ziner.

I've been meaning to try Commodore Perry for a bit now, so I'll go with that one. Is that a 4-pack or 6-pack?

Six packs. Which is decieving.

Drinking a six of the Commodore in one night is a bold move. If you're outside, cooking out, over maybe 5 hours ... no biggie. Sit down and try and drink a six of it during a Cavs game?

Good night Irene. :thud:


had a 6 pack during the 1st half of the superbowl and finished with bud in 2nd half... thats why i almost threw the wife out the window with her terrible towl.
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby El Heffe » Thu May 14, 2009 11:35 am

Good to know.

So I'll go with a 12 of Dort, 6 of Commorodre Perry, and what other 6 pack? Any preferences out there?
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby jb » Thu May 14, 2009 11:37 am

El Heffe wrote:Good to know.

So I'll go with a 12 of Dort, 6 of Commorodre Perry, and what other 6 pack? Any preferences out there?


Elliott Ness.

Best.

Beer.

Ever.
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby El Heffe » Thu May 14, 2009 12:38 pm

Good call JB, I like Elliot ness and haven't had it in a while. Done.

Thanks for the help gentlemen. Much obliged.
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby Commodore Perry » Thu May 14, 2009 9:54 pm

Swerb wrote:http://www.greatlakesbrewing.com/beerProfile.php?beer_id=00000064

http://www.greatlakesbrewing.com/beerPr ... d=00000065


I won't be running to the brewery to try either one of those.

I liked Locktender when they used to brew it.

A Great Lakes Brew is about equal to 2 light beers. People complain about the cost, but a sixer is cheaper then a 12 pack of bud light.
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby swerb » Thu May 14, 2009 10:40 pm

Commodore Perry wrote:
Swerb wrote:http://www.greatlakesbrewing.com/beerProfile.php?beer_id=00000064

http://www.greatlakesbrewing.com/beerPr ... d=00000065


I won't be running to the brewery to try either one of those.

I liked Locktender when they used to brew it.

A Great Lakes Brew is about equal to 2 light beers. People complain about the cost, but a sixer is cheaper then a 12 pack of bud light.

Exactly.

Not to mention, if I were polishing off 6-7 Bud Lights a night, I'd have to hear all the alcoholic taunts from my wife.

But 3 Great Lakes beers? I'm just thirsty.
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby Naxos » Sun May 17, 2009 9:19 am

Well I have now enjoyed 5 Great Lake brews. I will rank them as follows:

Burning River Pale Ale
Elliot Ness
Dortmunder
Edmund Fitgerald

The Christmas Ale is on a list by itself.
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby swerb » Sun May 17, 2009 9:11 pm

Drinking the Grassroots Ale tonight.

First sip, way too much going on with the beer. Too many flavors that shouldn't be in a beer is the first thought that came to my mind. Second was to take the other five downstairs to the basement fridge and bring up a sixer of Elliot Ness to finish the night off.

Kept with the Grassroots. As someone mentioned upthread, it grows on you. Prolly not enough to get into my regular Great Lakes rotation, but something different.
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby Lebowski » Fri Jun 12, 2009 6:51 pm

Had Grassroots earlier this week at a local watering hole. Went in open minded, felt the first few sips were okay. After drinking all 12 oz, I have to say that they were trying to hard with this one. Too many non-beer flavors all at once. Dare I say, it actually gave me a bit of an upset stomach....similar to when you eat too much candy. I won't be having it again.

Just bought a 4 pack of Glockienspiel on the way home from work. After the first, I like it. Not something you can drink all night by any means (too robust), but a nice beer to kick off the night.
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby swerb » Fri Jun 12, 2009 11:42 pm

The Glockenspiel is the shit.

Really liking it. Four pack makes you laugh out loud at commercials.
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby rawdawgexpress » Sat Jun 13, 2009 11:35 am

According to the beer distributors Glockenspiel is the apology for Grassroots. They apparently cant get rid of the Grassroots.

But Swerb if you had 4 Glockespiel last night you must be hurting today. 2 of those things is one too many- they are STRONG.

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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby Commodore Perry » Sun Jun 21, 2009 1:56 pm

Swerb wrote:Exactly.

Not to mention, if I were polishing off 6-7 Bud Lights a night, I'd have to hear all the alcoholic taunts from my wife.

But 3 Great Lakes beers? I'm just thirsty.



Ha, got that right.

6 or 7 bud lights on the counter and the Wife says: "Is that necessary on a Tuesday? I thought you said you weren't going to drink so much any more!"

3 empty Great Lakes on the counter and the Wife says:"You better not have drank all the Moondog, I haven't had one yet."
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby Huge0126 » Mon Jun 22, 2009 8:36 pm

Just had my first Glockenspiel....and it's 8% alcohol by volume.....niiiiiiiiiice. Loved it, all your fault Swerb :cheers: Went to my favorite local place to buy beer (Warehouse Beverage) and bought a single just to see if I liked it. I'll get the six pack or four pack for the weekend and cancel all other plans. It's that good.
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby swerb » Mon Jun 22, 2009 10:09 pm

Huge0126 wrote:Just had my first Glockenspiel....and it's 8% alcohol by volume.....niiiiiiiiiice. Loved it, all your fault Swerb :cheers: Went to my favorite local place to buy beer (Warehouse Beverage) and bought a single just to see if I liked it. I'll get the six pack or four pack for the weekend and cancel all other plans. It's that good.

Yeah, you're drinking the Glockenspiel, prolly best to clear the schedule. It can even make just sitting on the couch and watching sports a challenge if you try to tackle the four pack.
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby RattleHead » Sat Jun 27, 2009 12:04 am

Finally picked up some of the Glockenspiel tonight. Great beer. Probably one of the best hefeweizens I've had in a while. Like Swerb said, probably best to clear the schedule, cuz this stuff will definitely kick you in the nuts (and yeah, I drank all 4). :thumb up:
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby exiledbuckeye » Sat Jun 27, 2009 12:10 am

RattleHead wrote:Finally picked up some of the Glockenspiel tonight. Great beer. Probably one of the best hefeweizens I've had in a while. Like Swerb said, probably best to clear the schedule, cuz this stuff will definitely kick you in the nuts (and yeah, I drank all 4). :thumb up:


And you didn't misspell a single word. Very impressive, sir! :salute:
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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby RattleHead » Sat Jun 27, 2009 6:12 pm

exiledbuckeye wrote:
RattleHead wrote:Finally picked up some of the Glockenspiel tonight. Great beer. Probably one of the best hefeweizens I've had in a while. Like Swerb said, probably best to clear the schedule, cuz this stuff will definitely kick you in the nuts (and yeah, I drank all 4). :thumb up:


And you didn't misspell a single word. Very impressive, sir! :salute:


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Re: Two New Seasonal Great Lakes Beers

Unread postby jb » Tue Jun 30, 2009 3:40 pm

Yet another grt lakes seasonal:

Independance Day Ale.

Muuuuch better than Grasspuke and Suck-and-spew. Back to a beer tasting like a beer. In the same vein as conways and ness. thumbs' up.
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