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Lagunitas Cappuccino Stout Review and Ice Cream Float Recipe!


Remember that time I hated a Lagunitas beer? Well it has happened twice in a week. I know, I’ve probably really scared you off from this review, but here’s my disclaimer. DISCLAIMER: I probably hate ALL stouts and doppelweizen’s if I hated Lagunitas’. We’ll get to the review of the Lagunitas DoppelWeizen later along with:… → Read More

Delirium Noël


The tree is finished; next on the list of Christmas decorations is the lights. Hopefully it goes better than this: Anyway, that’s not really what you’re here for is it? On with the beer! Tonight I’m pouring myself another holiday beer. Pink elephants: they’re not just in Dumbo anymore. From Brouwerij Huyghe (Huyghe Brewery in Belgian) comes… → Read More

Saint Arnold Sailing Santa


Ahoy sailors! “We’re kicking off our fun old fashion family Christmas by heading out into the country in the old front-wheel drive sleigh to embrace the frosty majesty of the winter landscape and select that most important of Christmas symbols.” – Clark Griswold Okay, so maybe we aren’t going to go out into the country… → Read More

Lagunitas Sucks Holiday Ale


A Happy Holiday season to you all! This certainly is my favorite time of year. I hope it is yours too! And may yours be filled with peppermint cocoa, candy canes, kisses under the mistletoe and getting completely trashed and embarrassing yourself in front of the family because you had too much of this amazing… → Read More

Abita Christmas Ale 2011


Happy Turkey Day! After an eventful day I’m kicking off the Christmas season with an Abita Christmas Ale! I think this one is a little stronger than last year’s version. It is, however, generally the same as last year’s even though the recipe changes from year to year. I may be having a few more… → Read More

Samuel Adams Chocolate Bock


Next beer in the winter sampler was the Chocolate Bock. This one was different but I liked it! After my first sip, I immediately said it tasted exactly like Hershey’s Syrup. Pure chocolate flavor was pretty powerful. Smooth flavor until the end, slightly malty flavor. Started to get slightly too sweet for me towards the… → Read More

Samuel Adams Black & Brew Coffee Stout


Just purchased the Samuel Adams Winter Sampler case and this was the first I grabbed. Strong coffee flavor but for some reason it slightly reminds me of soy sauce, possibly slightly salty? We can’t figure it out really. Definitely drinkable but prob can’t drink more than a few in one sitting. From the bottle… Our… → Read More

Brewer’s Collection Booth at Epcot’s 2011 Food & Wine Festival


Next up for Patrick and I to review is the Brewer’s Collection Booth at Food & Wine!  Instead of attempting to taste every beer in one sitting, we tried to spread out the tastings throughout the weekend.  Somehow though, there was one visit to the booth where we actually did try them all…again! 🙂  Minus… → Read More

Lagunitas A Little Sumpin’ Sumpin’ Ale


Last night I was out and the bartender leans over and says, “You want a little sumpin’ sumpin’?” Fresh! I giggled. And then got REALLY embarrassed when I realized… He was just asking if I wanted another beer. Enter: STOCK PHOTO Lagunitas A Little Sumpin’ Sumpin’ Ale Confession. I actually hated this beer the first… → Read More

Saint Arnold Pumpkinator (2011)


Happy Halloween! To celebrate, I’m reviewing Saint Arnold’s re-release of Divine Reserve #9 (and setting my ringtone to Grim Grinning Ghosts, of course). I last drank this Imperial Pumpkin Stout about 5 months ago; the original bottle of Divine Reserve #9 had been aged 19 months. Now it’s been about two years since this one hit the… → Read More

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