Latest I'm hearing: Parish Beer
Return to Board  •  Menu  •  Bottom  Page 2 of 6  
Message
re: Latest I'm hearing: Parish Beer
Posted by tetu on 2/5 at 11:17 pm to Fratastic423
quote:

His iipa will be the best beer produced in LA and probably the Southeast. High hopes for that beer.
Strong statement. I hope it meets that hype. We need something good down here.


This post was edited on 2/6 at 5:54 am

Reply  •  Back to Top
Posted by bbrou33 on 2/6 at 4:42 am to rondo
Very exciting. Loved everything I've ever had from parish. It's sad I still haven't toured the brewery and I live only about ten minutes away. Now that I'm off early on Fridays I'll need to go soon.


Reply  •  Back to Top
Posted by Boudreaux35 on 2/6 at 7:16 am to rondo
quote:

prepare your body.


My body has been prepared for beer for a long time.



Reply  •  Back to Top
Posted by LSUBoo on 2/6 at 7:16 am to Fratastic423
quote:

His iipa will be the best beer produced in LA and probably the Southeast. High hopes for that beer.



I'm tempted to agree with you.



Reply  •  Back to Top
Posted by Lloyd Christmas on 2/6 at 9:21 am to rondo
quote:

Word around the blogoshpere is the Envie should be available in bottles and kegs real soon.

Also, they are about to start putting out some 750 mL bottles...not just the Grand Reserve, but regulars.

The initial two recipes look to be the Farmhouse IPA and "Blackalicious" a black IPA.



Great news, looking forward to trying all these. The Farmhouse IPA sounds great



Reply  •  Back to Top
Posted by LSUBoo on 2/6 at 9:29 am to Lloyd Christmas
quote:

The Farmhouse IPA sounds great


It's really good, but I think the DIPA is better. Rondo, is he still planning on calling it L'Autre Femme?

I haven't tried the Black IPA, but I thought he had a Belgian Dubbel lined up after the Farmhouse IPA.



Reply  •  Back to Top
Posted by Fratastic423 on 2/6 at 9:45 am to LSUBoo
quote:

Rondo, is he still planning on calling it L'Autre Femme?


Yes. I know this because he gave me the original tap handle for L'Autre Femme because it was listed as an IPA not a IIPA which is what it will end up being.



Reply  •  Back to Top
Posted by LSUBoo on 2/6 at 9:51 am to Fratastic423
Right on. I need to get a tap handle from him... not that I use them on my kegerator, but it would still be cool.


Reply  •  Back to Top
Posted by Rouge on 2/6 at 10:07 am to Fratastic423
quote:

His iipa will be the best beer produced in LA and probably the Southeast. High hopes for that beer.


nothing, based on the two beers that have been releases, leads me to believe that this statement is anywhere close to accurate



Reply  •  Back to Top
Posted by LSUBoo on 2/6 at 10:17 am to Rouge
So, you didn't care for the Grand Reserve?

I think it's already in the discussion for best LA beer, and the L'Autre Femme is better.



Reply  •  Back to Top
Posted by Fratastic423 on 2/6 at 10:18 am to Rouge
quote:

nothing, based on the two beers that have been releases, leads me to believe that this statement is anywhere close to accurate


You are referring to Canebrake and Envie? Or Canebrake and Grand Reserve?



Reply  •  Back to Top
Posted by s14suspense on 2/6 at 10:19 am to Rouge
quote:

nothing, based on the two beers that have been releases, leads me to believe that this statement is anywhere close to accurate


I can't think of another English Barleywine that I'd rather drink.



Reply  •  Back to Top
Posted by Rouge on 2/6 at 10:19 am to LSUBoo
quote:

So, you didn't care for the Grand Reserve?
no. i enjoyed it for the style. compares well with Treehugger by Live Oak on the sweet side of the already sweet barleywine section

best in the southeast is a whole different story with Good People, Cigar City, Sweetwater, Terrapin, etc. etc.



Reply  •  Back to Top
Posted by Rouge on 2/6 at 10:23 am to Fratastic423
quote:

Canebrake and Grand Reserve



Reply  •  Back to Top
Posted by Rouge on 2/6 at 10:24 am to s14suspense
quote:

I can't think of another English Barleywine that I'd rather drink.
i prefer real ale sissyphus because it's a little more dry

now i really prefer laginutas gnarleywine, but it is most definitely a different style



Reply  •  Back to Top
Posted by Fratastic423 on 2/6 at 10:26 am to Rouge
quote:

best in the southeast is a whole different story with Good People, Cigar City, Sweetwater, Terrapin, etc. etc.


Ehh Cigar City is the only one of those that really stands out for me. Sure the other ones make good well above average beer, but their mainstays aren't what I would call world changing.

If his IIPA production batch ends up like the bottle we drank for the Super Bowl, then there is no doubt in my mind that it will be better than anything that Terrapin, Good People, or Terrapin make.

I know that is a bold statement but of all the brewers in LA Andrew is the most capable of putting quality beer out. His Grand Reserve made it to the final round of GABF this year for its style, so while it didn't medal it did make some waves. Now that he has the space to produce high end beers I think we will start talking more about what a great brewery Parish will be/is.



Reply  •  Back to Top
Posted by Celtic Tiger on 2/6 at 10:26 am to LSUEnvy
quote:

Yeah my local beer store just changed to a distributor out of NOLA and he said alot of new beers will be coming


this makes me happy. hocus pocus? or the one downtown run by the pub people?



Reply  •  Back to Top
Posted by LSUBoo on 2/6 at 10:29 am to Fratastic423
quote:


Ehh Cigar City is the only one of those that really stands out for me.


I guess I'm in the minority that doesn't really see their hype.

I really like some of the stuff Terrapin has done, though.

And Good People's Snake Handler DIPA is very nice. I think it's a good measuring stick for the Parish DIPA.

If Parish is in the discussion with those breweries though, it's a win.



Reply  •  Back to Top
Posted by tetu on 2/6 at 10:30 am to Rouge
quote:

Cigar City, Sweetwater, Terrapin, etc. etc.


I was thinking he was leaving florida out of "south east" because Hunahpu is prob the best in the SE and doubt it lose its title soon.



Reply  •  Back to Top
Posted by Fratastic423 on 2/6 at 10:31 am to LSUBoo
quote:

I guess I'm in the minority that doesn't really see their hype.


I think they get hype due to their sheer number of specialty beers they produce. And because I really like Jai Alai.

I have a few select beers from Terrapin that we need to try soon.



Reply  •  Back to Top  •  Refresh
Return to Board
Jump to Page   

           Page 2 of 6           

 

 Message Boards
 Tiger Rant
 Recruiting Board
 SEC Rant
 Saints Talk
 Pelicans Talk
 More Sports Board
 Soccer Board
 O-T Lounge
 Outdoor Board
 Movie/TV Board
 Music Board
 Political Talk
 Money Talk
 Fark Board
 Gaming Board
 Fantasy Sports
 Food and Drink Board
 Ticket Exchange
 Help Board
 

 Other Options
 >> Search
 

 SECRant.com Links
 SEC Rant
 SEC Recruiting
 SEC Tickets
 Off-Topic Board
 

 Geaux.com Dining Guide
 New Orleans
 Baton Rouge
 

 Site Features (Full Version)
 Home Page
 LSU Football Schedule
 LSU News/TD News Wire
 Pick'em Home Page
 
Back to top
Sign In 
View in: Desktop
Copyright ©2014 TigerDroppings.com.