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.”
This beer is billed as a Furthermore triple IPA but not because it is ridiculously bitter. Honestly, I don’t know what I would do with a six pack of this.
Bell’s Oberon: it conjures thoughts of women in sundresses, grilling on the back porch, drinking away an afternoon and baseball.
Last month I took a trip up to Milwaukee, Wisconsin to visit some friends. So of course we went to the Lakefront Brewery for a tour.
To coincide with Karl’s article in Chicago Magazine about a number of the breweries in the suburubs, he also made an appearance on WGN-TV News.
Beer in the Burbs: Karl made a jaunt to Chicago’s suburbs to look at some of the best brewpubs you may have never heard of.
A short supplement to my recent Chicago Magazine article about Chicagoland’s Best Suburban Microbreweries. How did I miss Lunar for so long?
The New Holland B.A.M.B “finishes with a slight tartness from the addition of pomegranate. Winner of the 2009 New Holland employee homebrew competition.”