All Posts by Jason Heger

Narwhal Imperial Stout

Sierra Nevada Narwhal Imperial Stout


I’m going to get straight to the point on this beer to save you some time. If you like bold rich and dark stouts, then stock up on as many of these 4-packs as you can. This beer is malty enough that you can age it for years to come so don’t worry about buying… → 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

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

Rogue Voodoo Doughnut

Rogue Voodoo Doughnut


Rogue hit another home run with this quirky combination of doughnut, maple syrup and BACON? I don’t know about you but I can’t pass up any beer in a pink bottle. Speaking of the bottle, I would highly recommend only opening this bottle if you either have plenty of time to drink or reinforcements to… → Read More

Newcastle

Newcastle Brown Ale


Newcastle Brown ale falls into the Norther English Brown ale style of beers. This style is usually made from a English mild or a pale ale base malt, with caramel malts added for color and flavor. Some styles do add a darker malt for distinct flavor character. If it doesn’t have English hop varieties than… → Read More

Kellerweis

Sierra Nevada Kellerweis


My first impression of the Kellerweis was wow, this is good and is a perfect representation of an American Hefeweizen beer. Then after my first sip I was bummed as I always forget to roll my wheat beer bottles before I pour them. When serving your wheat beers they should be cloudy and not able… → Read More

Ichi for short?

Kirin Ichiban


Now I have to admit I did not have too much knowledge about this brewery or beer. Then on my trip to Trader Joe’s I found they have a few of these. I couldn’t help myself but pick a couple of bottles up since one of my favorite things about TJ’s is they sell the… → Read More

Corona

Corona


Here I go again, taking one for the team. Corona is actually an interesting beer when you consider the history and even look at the beer style this fits into. Before I bore you all to sleep, that is if you are still reading this. Corona as we all know is made in Mexico, but… → Read More

Irish Coffee Stout

Lift Bridge – Irish Coffee Stout


Stillwater, Minnesota is a small historic town on the river near the Minnesota and Wisconsin border. Stillwater has its reputation of having a great line up of eating establishments near the river. On March 10th Lift Bridge brewery, Stillwater’s first brewery since prohibition held a release event for their new Irish Coffee Stout. The Irish… → Read More

Norther Brewer

Heineken


Aroma:    Not as skunky as I was expecting. Almost no skunky aroma. There is plenty of sweet pale malt aroma with some corn sweetness. Light floral presence in the nose, but if this beer gets too much light those hops oils will convert to skunk. Note, drink fast if you’re outside or the sun… → Read More

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