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Review: Indio

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Indio says: “A Lager-type beer with an amber hue and a distinctive light caramel-malt taste.” Indio American Dark Lager, 4.1% ABV *This beer was provided by the brewer for the purpose of a review. Karl: As Mexican lagers go, honestly, they’re not my favorite style. Even when I was younger and my drinking tastes tended towards macros, everyone at the …

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Review: The Bruery Tart Of Darkness

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The Bruery says: “We brewed a stout (no, not Black Tuesday, this one is only 5% abv if you can believe it), but we then decided to throw it into oak barrels…and added our special blend of souring bacterias and yeasts. The result is a perfectly tart yet awesomely dark and roasty sour stout. Not a style you see too …

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FACEOFF: Battle Of The Midwest Kölsch

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As we usher in the unofficial start to a new season, and green-light drinking those fall favorites, we thought we would bid farewell to summer with a good ‘ol fashioned showdown between one of our favorite summer beer styles from a few of our favorite Midwest craft brewers. We rounded up four different Kölsch’s from four different breweries who’s beers …

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We Drank It: Frank Thomas’ Big Hurt Beer, Reviewed

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I’ve often toyed with the idea of doing a straight ahead review of Frank Thomas’ Big Hurt Beer, but to be honest, I figured you-all would think either a) I was trying to be an ironic smartass or b) none of you would take it seriously. But at the beginning of the month, I’ve noticed a couple other people offering …

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Review: Stone Vertical Epic 11.11.11

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Stone says: “This year’s Stone Vertical Epic Ale might justifiably be considered the non sequitur edition. We somehow came to the conclusion that adding Anaheim chilies from New Mexico’s Hatch Valley, plus whole cinnamon sticks, to an amber-hued brew fermented with Belgian Flanders Golden Ale yeast (which provides fairly intense character with lots of clove and banana overtones) would create …

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