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    I'm a teetotaler, so far. I'm only interested in trying the Narragansett Lager Beer, or the Altbier from Dusseldorf in Germany.
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    Love it, mostly because of my older brother

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    I'm not as wild about it as many of my peers, but I'll select it if I like it better than other beers on offer or I think it will pair well with what I'm eating. Among hoppier beers I like pale ales and belgian whites.

    My enjoyment of hoppy beers increased drastically after being on a ketogenic diet that increased my appreciation of bitterness as I craved less sugar.

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    Sometimes I'm tempted to conclude that the craze for hoppy beer might only be due to the fact that this is what's in vogue and what people are "supposed" to like, but given that this has been the case for almost a decade now, at least, I suspect this isn't the case. If it were just a social affectation, it probably would have faded by now if people's love of them wasn't genuine. I keep on trying to like IPAs (and will likely continue to give one a shot occasionally every now and then), but I've never had one that I've been wild about and haven't struggled to finish, unlike Belgian whites, lagers, or darker varieties of beer. Maybe some day I'll actually discover what people see in them.


    Or I can just blame millennials for hoppy beers. That's always fun.
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    It took me a lot of time, but now I like them.

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    No gross. Tastes like tree sap. Im not a fan of beer in general... but ipas are a special version of hell in my book

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty View Post
    No gross. Tastes like tree sap. Im not a fan of beer in general... but ipas are a special version of hell in my book
    But maple syrup is delicious

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    Quote Originally Posted by senza tema View Post
    But maple syrup is delicious
    Syrup isn't just the sap, though, it undergoes a process.

    Just check the list of ingredients on a label of maple syrup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Penguin View Post
    Syrup isn't just the sap, though, it undergoes a process. Just check the list of ingredients on a label of maple syrup.
    Yes I'm aware sap undergoes a process but pretty much any pure maple syrup label will list only maple syrup in its list of ingredients.
    maple sap is pretty pleasant by itself actually, like very mildly sweet water

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Penguin View Post
    Syrup isn't just the sap, though, it undergoes a process.

    Just check the list of ingredients on a label of maple syrup.
    You forgot to start this with "actually."
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