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.
Looking for a good Fantasy Football Draft Craft Beer Pairing? Get your picks ready and take a look at what we’ve grabbed for each round of the draft.