Our Ratebeer Best 2016 Roundup, dialed down to all the many Great Lakes and Midwestern winners from around our neck of the woods, commences now:
Boulevard The Sixth Glass: it’s really good fresh but it’s even better after a few years in the cellar.
So, how are some of these autumn beers this year? Let’s find out.
AlphaBeer is the only event that teaches craft beer lovers about 26 beers – one for every letter of the alphabet. That’s a good number of beers.
OneIllinois to Distribute Boulevard: It’s been a busy end of 2012, beginning of 2013 for the MillerCoors/OneIllinois family of distributors in Chicago.
Sit on a Boulevard Rye-On-Rye for three years and you’ll be sent down a path to tartness, with some nutty and raisin detours along the way.
We crack into a 3-year old bottle of Boulevard Bourbon Barrel Quad and find it has ascended to, “a whole new level of awesomeness.”
Along with the hops grown on site Rolling Meadows Brewery will be plucking other goodies out of the ground including vanilla beans and coriander.
With one full year of Guys Drinking Beer reviews and coverage in the books, we thought we’d go back and take a look at Ryan’s Top 5 Beers thus far.
We’ve been at this for one whole year. Here’s Karl’s Top Five Beers Thus Far that we’ve tried and reviewed (okay, one we didn’t).
RYAN: I first came across Boulevard’s Nutcracker Ale last year around Christmas and it quickly became one of my favorite winter warmers.
Heavy on the dark fruits, cinnamon and brown sugar, Boulevard The Sixth Glass presents itself a surprisingly drinkable, double-digit ABV Belgian Quad.
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