S. St. Jeb wrote:darmokandjalad wrote:Because Mill Street has such a long, storied history of consistently producing excellent IPAs.
Not relevant. If someone is curious about a beer, they don't need to be criticized for it. Disagreeing with others opinions is fine, but disrespectfully shooting them down is not.
that's a legitimate poke at Beaumont's review. as you (hopefully?) know, the current US trend is to make muddled, hazy-as-hell IPAs. hopjuice that also used flaked oats/wheat/rye or raw wheat in the brewing process. a beer's turbidity should not be a critique for an IPA or IIPA. not sure why Beaumont, an accomplished beer dude, mentioned that. muddled hop taste? sure, legit. haze? who really cares.
not sure why you get your back up when a poster says something honest and legit instead of fluff and sprinkles. relax and stop policing the boards, please and thanks.