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Beers and Ears Version 3.0!

If you visited the site yesterday, you may have seen the “soft opening” of Beers and Ears version 3.0. Over the past couple of months the site has been rebuilt from scratch to take advantage of advances in web technology and to provide a more consistent appearance. The general structure of the site is very… → Read More

Walt Disney World Beer List iPhone App Updated to Version 1.1

Just a short note to let everyone know that our Walt Disney World Beer List iPhone app has been updated to version 1.1! It’s a small but useful update; location notations on the Beer List and Map tabs now show more location information. The images above show the changes. No more guessing where a location… → Read More

Carlsberg: It’s Danish!

Don’t call it a comeback; I’ve been here for years.  Still rockin’ my beer;  puttin’ suckers in fear.  You’re right, that’s enough of that.  What I’m trying to say through the poetry that is LL Cool J’s introspective “Mama Said Knock You Out” is that I haven’t been writing here too much lately.  I would like… → Read More

Smithwick’s and Some App Thoughts

Smithwick’s is an Irish Red ale produced by Diageo, the same company that owns Guinness. If you were to visit Ireland and ask for a Smithwick’s, you would be drinking a similar ale, but the Smithwick’s served in Ireland is 3.8% alcohol by volume. In the United States, Smithwick’s is 4.5% ABV. Although this is… → Read More

The Beers and Ears Walt Disney World Beer List iPhone App!

In a secret lab at an undisclosed location (not really, but it sounds cool), we’ve been hard at work. Now we’re ready to reveal a secret that’s been kept better than the iPhone 4 (despite our love for beer, this secret wasn’t left in a bar) . We’ve created an iPhone app that puts our… → Read More

Dos Equis Ambar

“…a rich, robust flavored beer with the smooth drinkability of a classic dark-style lager.” Um, no. Okay, fine, I’ll give the marketing person who wrote that line on Dos Equis Ambar’s back label credit for the smooth drinkability. It’s smooth alright (is it possible to be too smooth?), because it’s very easy to drink. On… → Read More

Unibroue Don-de-Dieu

Happy New Year! Longtime readers (can we say that after only a year?) of Beers and Ears know we have an affinity for Unibroue and have reviewed many of their beers. Le Cellier in the Canada pavilion is the unofficial home of Unibroue at Walt Disney World and we continue to lament its lack of availability in… → Read More

Pearl Jam Twenty Faithfull Ale

Let me tell you a story. And no, not about Mr. Faded Glory. (If you got that, you are a damn worthy of drinking the beer I’m about to review.) No really, let me tell you a story. I’ve got a brother. He’s a tad older than me and thus he taught me everything I know… → Read More

The First Annual Brewsies!

Today we’re celebrating something special. No, we’re not celebrating Dame Judi Dench’s birthday! However, without her we wouldn’t be thanking the Phonecians, so happy birthday! The real cause for celebration today is that it’s our 1 year anniversary! To celebrate, we’re having a sort of awards show. Unfortunately, we have no budget for such an… → Read More

Lagunitas Sucks Holiday Ale (Part Deux)

Lagunitas Sucks again? Didn’t Katie already review this beer? Yes, yes she did. Maybe I suck for reviewing it again. You decide. Lagunitas says they suck for not being able to make BrownShugga’ this year. In my opinion it’s for a good reason though. They didn’t have the capacity to make BrownShugga’, which takes a… → Read More

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