The Central Waters Bourbon Barrel Stout is “aged to perfection in oak bourbon barrels [with] hints of bourbon and vanilla with roasted overtones.”
“Like Hunter S. Thompson… Flying Dog Gonzo Imperial Porter is deep and complex…mysteriously dark with a surprisingly unique hop kick.”
Atwater Vanilla Java Porter provides a nice break from your standard porter without deviating too much from the style, in case your a stickler for that sort of thing.
Appropriately enough, the Short’s Autumn Ale pours a bea-youuuuuuu-tiful candy apple red, one of the loveliest colors I’ve ever seen in a beer.
The Sierra Nevada Old Chico Crystal Wheat, as you can see from the label, is “only available locally.” So how the hell did we end up with it in Chicago?
Short’s Rich’s Rye has an aroma of a fresh hops and a barrel of rye – enough to make you wonder, is there a backbone behind all this upfront asskickery?
This Huckleberry The Great Pumpkin Halloween Ale is gonna be a little hard to find. We don’t often review homebrew, but we made an exception this time.
Out of all the pumpkin offerings that Ryan amassed for us, the Jolly Pumpkin La Parcela was the one I was most looking forward to.
Heavy Seas The Greater Pumpkin elevates the pumpkin beer experience after undergoing a voyage in bourbon barrels.
Pumpkinsanity Review: Michigan Brewing Screamin’ Pumpkin Spiced Ale