Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale,I've yet to see this in my area so decided to give it a whirl.I found this to be a very enjoyable ale with a great vanilla and molasses note that is quite enjoyable,much lighter in body than I would have assumed as well.This is a definite repeat purchase for me.
Just cracked open a Sam Adams Latitude 48 IPA. Not really a fan of this one though I love regular SA Boston Lager.
I used to drink Genny Cream draft in Rochester, NY back in the 70's and 80's. On Goodman and Monroe Streets, in the clubs there. Good drink. It backs a bourbon well, and vice versa. These days I'm more into, say, pumpkin wheat beers , but it's all good in its time and place.
Having a De Molen Hemel & Aarde. I'll be going back to get some more of these to carry me through the winter.
Middleton, Wisconsin's excellent Capital Brewery puts out a nice seasonal doppelbock called Autumnal Fire which is well worth investigating. Nice and malty and pleasingly warming at 7.8%.
Sierra Nevada "Tumbler" Autumn Brown Ale. I didn't like it at first, but it's growing on me.
Slowly sipping some Bruery Autumn Maple. Brewed with yams instead of pumpkins. Good, but a bit boozy at 10%. Also has that kind of funky wheat beer taste I still can't seem to like.
To the earlier posters drinking Goose Island Bourbon County Stout, please enjoy. I would kill for some of that. Supposedly Socal is going to get some this year, but I know it is going to FLY off the shelf. Hopefully I can catch it.
I'm drinking some Bruery too--Bruery White Chocolate.