Our Beers of Summer 2014, or What we drank on our Summer Vacation.
Does a bottle of Dogfish Head 120 Minute IPA — the “holy grail of IPA’s” — hold up to five years in the cellar?
Bloomington Brewing 10-Speed Hoppy Wheat has only been on store shelves for a year but has quickly captured the palates of craft beer drinkers in Indiana.
Conjuring the sense of crunching your way through leaf covered sidewalks, wearing a fleece, Short’s Autumn Ale is certainly a craft beer worth crossing the border for.
With days remaining til Fall Beer Freedom Day, we suggest hopping across the border into Michigan for Blackrocks Grand Rabbits — a dry hopped cream ale.
Steve shines a spotlight on Fountain Square Hop For Teacher as a beer worth crossing the border into Indiana for.
Throw out any preconceived notions of New Glarus or double IPAs, because the New Glarus Scream IIPA shatters them all. And then some.
Triton Brewing Railsplitter IPA is the latest to be highlighted in our weekly feature Craft Beer to Cross the Border For.
Our Wisconsin contributor says Lucette Brewing Ride Again is a craft beer to cross the border for.
The first installment of our new, weekly feature “Craft Beer to Cross the Border for” highlights Hunter from 18th Street Brewery in Gary, Indiana.
It’s like candid camera but with really good beer. We crack open a case worth of Stone beers from varying years for a pop-up vertical tasting.
Short’s Cinnabilly: the brewer promises a cinnamon roll in a glass. Does it deliver?
Amstel Radler reviewed, along with some Dutch that we don’t understand.
Berghoff has stepped out of its perceived comfort zone to brew a Oak-Aged Stock Ale; a high gravity ale, fermented with toasted oak.
We sample three unique beers from Perennial Artisan Ales out of St. Louis, MO.
Another vertical a half-decade in the making. We took a Bell’s Expedition Stout 5-year vertical out of the fridge, where we found a rollercoaster of flavor.
What does one do with the obscenely boozy New Glarus Unplugged Iced Barleywine? Cellar it, of course.
Whether by foresight or fear, we cellared Dark Horse’s monstrous barleywine, 3 Guy Off The Scale, for five years. It turned out to be a fun experiment.
It’s not like the internet needs another glowing review of Heady Topper, but we wrote one anyways.
We crack into five years worth of Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout, from 2009-2013. We found it to be varied, and not always chocolatey.
We take Widmer Brothers new, Northwest Style IPA, Upheaval, for a spin. The beer was released, nation-wide, in early February.
We released our “It’s Dangerous to Go Alone” single-hop hibiscus APA on February 13th. It was pretty good!
Sure, Une Année Brewery may be tough to pronounce (it’s Oohn ah-nay), but not lost in translation is the quality of this new Chicago breweries beers.
The Rocky Mountain Oyster Stout is, as you may have heard, beer made with bull testicles. Read on, if you dare.
Kona Pipeline Porter may be the first coffee-forward porter we’ve tried that gets it just right.
Jenlain Blonde fresh is second-to-none. But how is it after a year in the cellar?
How long will Founders Devil Dancer, a triple-IPA, remain hoppy? We spent four years trying to find out.
A three-year-old bottle of Three Floyds Dark Lord was good. But was it melt your face good?
Chronicling the cellared life of Dark Horse’s Double Crooked Tree over a span of 4-years. Hey, somebody had to do it.
Ryan pulled a 5-year vertical of Stone Imperial Russian Stout out of the cellar. So how’d it age?