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Great Lakes Christmas Ale

Christmas! Ale. Great Lakes Christmas Ale to be exact. I reviewed another seasonal holiday ale here. And this is my other favorite. Let me tell you a story about this ale. One year for Christmas Eve (the major celebration day in our family), I decided to be a tiny little domestic goddess and do Christmas… → Read More

Red Hook ESB

Extra Special Bitter beers are traditionally made with the brewers finest ingredients. The style is normally a malty amber ale. American variations on this beer may also have a hoppy aroma and flavor. Red Hook has been making their ESB since 1987 and has also won 2 gold medals, one of which was from the… → Read More

Karbach Brewing Co. Bodacious 2012

Karbach has been coming out with one special edition beer after another recently; Bodacious is their most limited release. Labeled as the first in their F.U.N. series, they took Rodeo Clown double IPA and aged it in merlot barrels for several months. Sexy and smooth with legs for days, Bodacious is sure to arouse curiosity…. → Read More

ACE Hard Cider

Continuing on with our taste testing of the Cabana menu while at my work conference, I knew I had to try the hard cider next.  Ciders are hit or miss with me, especially if they’re too sweet, so I wasn’t sure what to expect. This actually was really light and kinda reminded me of a… → Read More

Prestige Lager

I know what you’re thinking…”Wait, where can I find Prestige lager on WDW Property?  I’ve never seen it before!”  While you can’t find Prestige normally on property, you were able to find it at the Haiti booth during the Flower & Garden Festival this past spring.  It’s taken me THAT long to write this review… → Read More

Blanche de Bruxelles

One of my new favorite beers. You surprised that it’s another wheat beer?  Yea, such a surprise right there!  Plus the cute tap doesn’t hurt. Makes us laugh each time.  The bartenders at this particular bar made the little statue a diaper b/c they were tired or staring at his nakedness.         … → Read More

Abita Beer Flight at Boatwright’s Dining Hall

For some reason, every time I see Abita, I think of Scott.  So while having dinner at Boatwright’s Dining Hall, I had to have the Abita sampler in his honor. I’ve had Purple Haze a bunch of times and enjoy it but never had a chance to try the Amber or the Turbodog until now…. → Read More

Karbach Brewing Co. Krunkin Pumpkin

To all the breweries releasing their Christmas/holiday beers now: Why don’t we have time? Because we’re too busy enjoying the fall beers! Karbach Brewing Co., one of Houston’s newer breweries, recently released a pumpkin beer for its fall seasonal. Pumpkin beers are one of my favorite styles (Jenn would agree, while Jason would disagree, and… → Read More

Leinenkugel’s Sunset Wheat

Way back in the day, when I went to a work conference that was being held at the Swan & Dolphin, we meandered over to the Cabana bar probably on a daily basis to grab a drink or two.  Yes, my job willingly paid me to go to Disney World.  Little did they know what… → Read More

Beers and Ears on Main Street Podcast

Jason, one of our excellent beer drinking authors, also runs the Main Street Podcast all about Disney Parks. He asked if any of us would be interested in joining him to talk about the Epcot Food and Wine Festival. Jenn, Patrick, and Scott all were available to have a beer and talk about Food and Wine… → Read More

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