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Saint Arnold Bishop’s Barrel 6


Pumpkin beer in February? Isn’t it a bit late for pumpkin beer? Not when it’s this damn good. On Monday (February 17, 2014), Saint Arnold released Bishop’s Barrel 6, their latest in a series of barrel aged beers. It’s already earned the nickname Rumkinator because it’s Pumpkinator (quite possibly my favorite Saint Arnold beer) aged in Appleton… → Read More

Goose Island Bourbon County Brand Stout 2013


Have you ever read an article and wished it were an article from The Onion? The other day I read an article about Miller working on a bourbon-flavored beer. Supposedly it’s to compete with offerings such as Budweiser Black Crown as well  as hard liquor, but I think they also see beers such as Goose… → Read More

Via Napoli and Birrificio L’Olmaia Christmas Duck


I guess best things come to those who wait, right?  Unfortunately I’ve had this beer review in my head for about a year now and didn’t get to post it in time before Via Napoli’s beer menu changed over to the new season.  However!  Via Napoli and the awesome Italian ‘beer gods’ brought back the… → Read More

What Beer Would They Drink? – Beauty and the Beast Edition


Welcome to “What Beer Would They Drink?”, the new series of articles that tries to find a suitable beer for Disney characters. Today’s inaugural edition takes a look at Beauty and the Beast! Gaston/LeFou Even though Gaston’s Tavern in Walt Disney World’s Fantasyland serves a frozen fruity beverage called LeFou’s Brew, the patrons of Gaston’s Tavern… → Read More

Goose Island Lolita (2013)


Back on New Year’s Eve at The Avenue, I first had Cantillon Mamouche, but the pub had also put a number of other beers on for the occasion including several other sours. Lolita by Goose Island was on draft so I decided to give it a shot as well. As far as i can tell,… → Read More

The Bruery Tart of Darkness (2013 Edition)


Remember when I went to Stein’s Deli and picked up six different beers from The Bruery? Anyone? [responsive_youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NP0mQeLWCCo] Here’s the first I tried: Tart of Darkness. Aged in oak barrels, this sour stout is a strong but not overpowering 7% ABV. It pours a deep dank black with a small tan head. Despite being a… → Read More

Widmer Brothers Omission Gluten Free Lager


Way back when at some point last year, my friends and I headed over to ‘Ohana to grab dinner.  When I saw Omission Lager, I was intrigued since it was the only gluten free option on the menu other than cider. Unfortunately, Omission is no longer on the Disney World standard beer menu but we’ve… → Read More

Cantillon Mamouche


Since I was in New Orleans back on New Year’s Eve, I had a special opportunity to head to The Avenue Pub (my favorite place in New Orleans) and try a beer from Cantillon for the first time. For those who don’t know, Cantillon is a Belgian brewery that specializes in lambics. Unlike many beers which… → Read More

Abita Grapefruit Harvest IPA


  Grapefruit. If someone were to ask me what Disney Parks fans’ favorite fruit is, I’d have to say grapefruit. Schöfferhofer Grapefruit, the half beer, half grapefruit juice blend, is consistently one of the most accessed beers on the site. Winter is here, but fortunately winter brings another grapefruit beer. Abita Grapefruit Harvest IPA is part… → Read More

Walt Disney World Beer List iOS App Version 1.7.0


A small update for our Walt Disney World Beer List iOS app was released today! On the “About” tab a big friendly “Reset Data” button now sits in the top right corner. Press this button and it will ask the question in the picture above. Confirm that you wish to reset the data and your… → Read More

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