Missed it entirely. The loss of RSBS continues to resonate as I missed the usual number of lead up warnings and notices about this month's edition of the Session hosted at Beer Search Party. I caught Jay's submission and that was it. Our host, Sean Inman, explained his purpose in this way:
One of the reasons why I selected the topic of What Beer(s) would you stand in line for hours to taste? is that I secretly hoped that I was not the only one out there that would stand in line for a beer that wasn’t a Russian Imperial Stout.
I am with Sean. I have had a lot of imperial stouts and, frankly, they are a pretty homogeneous group of beers. Frankly, it's the sort of stuff that reminds me of my easier home brewing escapades. Don't get me wrong, I love a Dragonslayer as much as the next guy but I know how much harder subtle is. Add more of that more of that and more of that and, hey presto, you have an imperial stout.
On the other hand, I am not going to stand in line for any beer. Sure there are people who like standing in line for the whole joy of line standing. It's just an activity I don't like much as you can buy a zillion beers that are as good or better than that line standing beer. It's a fad. It's the actual cult. Not the beer but the cult of being told what to do and being told what is worth the wait.
But there is one thing I do that many don't. I drive for beer. Specifically, I drive for gueuze. The nearest real gueuze as far as I can tell is three and a half hours from me either at Ithaca or Rochester. I have a panic bottle of Girardin in the stash. But there is no cult built up around it. It is just gorgeous beer.
So I guess my answer is this: none.