Rogue Morimoto Imperial pilsner - expecting this to be a beer that was light and made for fish it was definatly not. Strong with alot of bite upfront, very smooth on the tongue, hoppy throughout, a bit of citrus. One of the most beautiful bottles ive seen, really great.
Whole foods just got a bunch of new stuff, the first thing i grabbed was a St. Peters English Ale, and St. Peter's Golden Ale.
HAve just tried the English Ale so far, A bit bitter at first, as my pallet warmed up to it was not as pronounced. Decent english ale all around. Also comes in a great green pint bottle that i think would be cool for bar infusions and trying small batches of infusions.
I agree with you on the Rogue Imperial Pilsner. I saved the bottle, it is ceramic. This is a very strong beer, I only had half the bottle in one sitting. It does have a nice top however which allowed me to drink the rest a day later. Rouge was serving this beer on tap at their brewery about a month ago, however I had to drive and they had many other good beers on tap I had not tried yet.
Funny you also mentioned the St. Peters in the same post. I also saved the unique bottle from this one too. The beer didn't really stand out much to me, don't know why it just seemed kind of bland.
Over the weekend I had a Delirium Nocturnum. It was a med. dark Belgian Ale. A few months ago I tried the Delirium Tremens which was a bit lighter Belgian Ale and in my opinion tatsed better.