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Evil Twin Soft Dookie

One more from The Avenue in New Orleans! Evil Twin is what’s called a gypsy brewery. Instead of having a facility, Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø, the brewer, goes to different breweries around the world to create his beers. Because of this, it’s difficult to track even where the beer is coming from. It looks like Evil Twin is… → Read More

1809 Berliner Weisse

Back at The Avenue in New Orleans, my friends and I were hanging out upstairs near the bar ready for a second drink. The menu is a clipboard of yellow sheets of paper; the beer is divided into sections for the upstairs bar’s taps, the downstairs bar’s taps, and bottles. This is important because taps… → Read More

Rogue Voodoo Doughnut Bacon Maple Ale

Jason reviewed Rogue Voodoo Doughnut a number of weeks ago, and it’s a pretty popular beer because it’s taken me this long to find a bottle of my own. It’s a unique beer: a bacon maple ale that comes in a pink bottle covered with pigs and maple leaves. This is a beer made in… → Read More

Saint Arnold Brewery Tour

You may have been expecting the next installment of my visit to The Avenue in New Orleans, but I’ll get back to that soon. On Saturday I visited Saint Arnold Brewing Company for my birthday; it’s just north of downtown Houston and is located at 2000 Lyons Ave. Saint Arnold hosts tours every day except… → Read More

NOLA Blonde on Cask Dry-Hopped with Mt. Hood Hops

Last week I took a week off from work and spent it in New Orleans. Among many other things, my wife and I got together with some friends and went out to The Avenue, a beer bar in the Garden District of New Orleans. This was my first visit (something Katie probably didn’t know when… → Read More

Tin Roof Brewing Co. Blonde Ale

Happy Independence Day! Today’s review is one you won’t find in a Disney park, but it’s one that I’ve been personally interested in trying for a while because Tin Roof’s home is Baton Rouge, LA. Baton Rouge is also home to my alma mater, LSU.  Tin Roof was founded in 2010, after I had graduated,… → Read More

A Trip to the Angry Orchard

Recently Disney seems to be adding more gluten free options to its selection. The newly-opened Art of Animation Resort has a few gluten free options in its food court Landscape of Flavors. One of these is the hard cider I’m trying tonight: Angry Orchard Hard Cider from Cleveland, OH. Turns out Angry Orchard has a couple… → Read More

Unibroue La Terrible

La Terrible is a brew from Unibroue that you won’t find at Walt Disney World. It’s also one of Kim’s favorites. Unlike most of Unibroue’s offerings, this Belgian Dark Strong Ale comes in a simple black bottle with silver markings. It also lacks the story or legend that accompany the other beers in Unibroue’s lineup…. → Read More

Walt Disney World Beer List iOS App Updated to 1.4

We’re still updating our Walt Disney World Beer List iOS App! This update puts the beer reviews we’ve done right in the beer’s details. Instead of searching through the blog section, just pull up a beer and all the reviews for that beer are right there. You can of course still look through all our… → Read More

Houston Beer Fest 2012

On Saturday, June 9, 2012, the second annual Houston Beer Fest was held in downtown Houston. I couldn’t make it the first year (Lindsay and Jackie tried to go, more on that in a minute), but this year my schedule was wide open and I was outside of City Hall drinking lots of delicious beer…. → Read More

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