On New Glarus Spotted Cow — It wasn’t until pairing it with a great burger that my brain could rewire itself and notice the superiority of the beer.
Sprecher Black Bavarian pours black as night with a an inch or two of chocolatey, tan head billowing up to the rim of the glass.
Heavy on the dark fruits, cinnamon and brown sugar, Boulevard The Sixth Glass presents itself a surprisingly drinkable, double-digit ABV Belgian Quad.
Founders Porter: the quintessential fall beer.
Arcadia HopMouth Double IPA was different. It was good – but it was still different. But not exactly in a bad way. Let me try to explain.
Brewed with spelt, the New Holland Golden Cap Saison is “is a modern interpretation of a traditional farmhouse ale.” And it’s good, too.
Apparently over 1,500 reviews of Victory Prima Pils on BeerAdvocate weren’t quite enough to sway me to try this sooner. Now, we’ve fixed that.
Our review of Lagunitas A Little Sumpin Sumpin. If you’ve seen it on shelves, stop reading now, go pick some up, and finish reading while drinking one.
After seeing Twisted Spoke had Great Lakes Blackout Stout on tap we joked we might smuggle in a bottle of ’09 for a side-by-side comparison. And we did.
I was intrigued by the news that Sam Adams Noble Pils would replace the White Ale which meant one of my fave spring beers wouldn’t be on shelves this year.
There was a night and day difference between the first time we sampled this Short’s Key Lime Pie beer — which wasn’t great — and the second time.
Heavy Seas Letter of Marque is as complex as its name is long, with a nose of robust cocoa and a freshly opened jar of peanut butter.
For this review of the Bell’s 25th Anniversary Ale, you are going to notice a resounding theme in this review: unexpected.
Our Short’s Key Lime Pie review. This couldn’t have been right, could it? Did we get a funky bottle? Or is it SUPPOSED to taste like this?
The Dogfish Head Bitches Brew is “a bold, dark beer that’s a fusion of three threads imperial stout and one thread honey beer with gesho root.”
We haven’t done a faceoff for quite a while, so let’s pit Bell’s The Oracle vs Kalamazoo Hopsolution Ale. Both are DIPAs, but they do get quite different…
The headline says it all. We drank Clear Creek Ice so you don’t have to drink Clear Creek Ice. Thank us now, thank us later — either way you’ll be thanking us.
The New Holland Red Citra was one of the earliest beers we can find brewed with the now-popular Citra hop varietal — this one is 100% citra.
The new Half Acre Long Thai Rainbow Rye is a great summer beer and a solid offering that’s well balanced between the pepper, citrus, malt and other spices.
It took some work to track down any info on the New Holland Lanterne Rouge — a collaboration between New Holland and The Livery in Benton Harbor, Michigan.
The new Lagunitas Fusion III begs the question, “Can Lagunitas do a big, dark beer?” Why yes. Yes they can. And we’re glad they did.
The Central Waters Illumination Double IPA may very well stack up their as one of my favorite DIPAs, up there with the likes of Dogfish Head’s 90 Minute.
The New Holland El Mole Ocho has immediately taken a place atop of the “beers from New Holland that aren’t Mad Hatter that I really, really like” list.
Can Oskar Blues Old Chub turn a skeptic of big and bold canned craft beers in to a believer?
One our earliest and least inspiring ncellaring experiments. Find out what happened when we laid a Boulevard Saison Brett down in the cellar for a year.
A stout doesn’t have to crack double-digit ABV’s or be aged in bourbon barrels to be good. Case in point, Sierra Nevada Stout.
Ale Asylum Ballistic IPA “is a fully loaded American-style IPA…[with] explosive citrus aromas and aggressive bitterness with a smooth finish.”
“Lost Abbey Angel’s Share is infused with copious amounts of dark caramel malt to emphasize the vanilla and oak flavors found in bourbon or brandy barrels.”