We take a chance on cellaring the New Glarus Unplugged Smoked Rye Ale. Did our experiment pay off?
We get right-side up with Widmer Brothers Hopside Down India Pale Lager.
So, how are some of these autumn beers this year? Let’s find out.
When companies pivot away from where their strengths lie, things can go poorly. So can Stella Artois make a cider? Er, sorry -“cidre”?
What Have We Been Drinking This Summer, you ask? It’s coming to a close soon so here’s what we’ve been sippin’ on for the last 3 months or so.
We’ve talked plenty about Berghoff’s new look. Now it’s time to talk about how the new Berghoff beers taste.
If this beer indicates the future of New Glarus after an expansion, then sign us up. (This shouldn’t surprise you.)
We can’t say we’d *never* drink it again.
It’s official — we’ve decided that the beers from the Milwaukee Brewing Company should be your new favorite Wisconsin beer.
Someone had to do it. Why did it have to be us? We don’t know; it just did.
Samplings of this beer in 2010 & 2011 brought about disappointment. Did 2 years in the cellar bring any improvements in this now 3-year-old brew?
Hibiscus, ginger, honey and other spices make this a damn fine offering from 5 Rabbit