Alright, so I've tried all but the Elvis juice. The seasonal was Clockwork Tangerine. So far, these all tasted very similar to each other with hardly a difference besides different intensities of IPA hop flavor. While not a fan of IPA's, the Punk or Hazy Jane were probably the best yet. The tangerine basically just smelled of fruit but none of the flavor was transferred to the beer. The hop flavor was just muted a bit. Will try the Elvis Juice either tonight or tomorrow.
Not only that, but if you're getting hops from local farms, that alone will make a difference I'm sure. Most of these guys all use the same equipment, I've started up a few Wolf dryers and Kaspar-Schulz equipment that had my companies burner on it.and they all use local water?
then the beer must either be really artificial, or taste different between breweries!
Much like the automotive brands, They will source locally, but with a specific set of parameters that they work with. In theory, they should be close to being the same, in practice of course that always changes. Not knowing Brew Dog, if what @MWF says is right, I would think they're sourcing locally as much as they can to prevent the carbon footprint of beer making to get too high.i assumed those are sent to the breweries by the headoffice?
if not, every licensed brewery can ruin their name by using inferior ingredients