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Orlando Brewing Certified Organic Beer Sampler at the Wave


Grabbed a quick lunch at the Wave in May and noticed that they had a beer sampler of 3 different 5oz samples of Orlando Brewing Organic Beer.  Who am I to argue with trying 3 beers instead of 1? The presentation was definitely nice, as seen in the photo.  Underneath each glass was a brief… → Read More

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Kingfisher Premier Lager


THE beer to drink while in India, so who are we to argue?  Plus the imports were obscenely expensive (relative to Kingfisher) so we stuck to the local stuff. The Kingfisher brand is ALL over India. Someone related it to how Virgin is everywhere by us. There’s Kingfisher Beer, Kingfisher Airline, etc. And yes, you… → Read More

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Bedele Beer


We went to dinner at Boma for the first time during our D23 Destination D weekend and I wanted to try something out of the ordinary. The server suggested this beer and I’m happy he did! From Bedele’s site: Bedele Brewery is located in Bedele town 500 kilometers west of Addis Ababa. The brewery was… → Read More

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Virtual Tasting – Harp Lager and Kona Fire Rock Ale


We’re long overdue for a virtual tasting; in this installment we’re sampling Harp Lager and Kona Fire Rock Pale Ale. Both are found in various locations at the Walt Disney World Resort, and Fire Rock is being featured at the Craft Beer Collection booth during the 2011 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival. Harp Lager:… → Read More

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Wolaver’s Alta Gracia Coffee Porter


Unfortunately Wolaver’s website is under construction but I did a little digging to get you guys some back story about this brew…. The selling point of Wolaver’s Alta Garcia Coffee Porter is that they use organic coffee from the Costa Rican farming village of Alta Gracia. The organic coffee is grown by the farmers, and… → Read More

Southampton Double White Ale

Southampton Double White Ale


Stopped by one of my favorite BBQ places in NYC and wanted something light and refreshing to wash down the grub.   Had heard of Southampton Publick House since they’re out of Long Island so I decided to give it a try.  From their website… Southampton Double White is a truly special brew and a Southampton… → Read More

Narragansett Lager

Narragansett Lager


A little history from their site: 5.0% Alcohol by Volume and 12 IBUs. A classic American lager and the workhorse of the Gansett stable. Available all year long in bottle, can and on tap! We brew our lager with six row malt, seedless hops, corn from Iowa, our lager strain (the same one the brewery… → Read More

Youngs Double Chocolate Stout

Young’s Double Chocolate Stout


Ordered this based on a recommendation from my friend since he knew I’m a huge fan of stouts and chocolate. From their site: Unsurprisingly for a beer from the Young’s stable, Double Chocolate Stout has been recognised as an award-winning brew on several occasions, including: Brewing Industry International Awards Gold Medal Winner 2000, Silver Medal… → Read More

Blue Point Blueberry Ale

Blue Point Brewing Company Blueberry Ale


After the dismal blueberry wheat ale I had awhile back, I was skeptical of this one. Since it’s a Long Island brewery, I’ve seen it a LOT lately on tap at bars by me though so I jumped in an ordered a bottle. According to their site: Blue Point fresh Blueberry Ale offers an unusual… → Read More

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Delirium Tremens


Another House of Brews winner.. when the gang saw that they had Delirium Tremens we each quickly ordered a bottle. How can we say no to a beer that was rated the best beer multiple times?? Definitely didn’t disappoint. Could drink this every single day. Great combination of fruits and spices and was very smooth… → Read More

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