The Chicago Food Film Fest Saturday night event was a screening of a movie we presumably all know and enjoy, that being “Beer Wars” by Anat Baron.
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.