There are just so many good beers in the world. Everyone is spot on with Bells, Oskar Blues, Victory, Stone, etc. Fantastic breweries. It'd take a lifetime to try all the awesome stuff out there. Which is sad. Beer drinking can become a sickness. If you peruse the www.ratebeer.com forums (GREAT beer site, it even has a places section for eats/beer in every nook of the world) you'll see some truly desperate individuals constantly jonesing for the next new thing to try, never satisfied with the last thing they've had. Some guys have over 6000 different beers tried. Myself, I've had around 530. The styles start becoming redundant. Another stout is a stout is a stout. Rarely does something markedly unique or new pop up. On the flipside there is a shit ton of boring crap out there. Then there's this: This is an experience. At least $5 bucks for each 11 ounce bottle. Little, thin head. Hardly any carbonation. Tastes like toffee, pears, apples, berries, cinnamon, honey, grains. Unlike anything I've had before or since. Bonus points: the shit ages for up to 25 years. My friend got a 10 year old bottle. Fucking perfection.