All Posts by Josh Schultz
The winter ale offering from Redhook is known as Winter Hook. A great seasonal microbrew!
A reminder of home (I’m from the great state of Washington). Redhook has a brewery in Woodinville, WA (not far from Seattle) as well as Portsmouth, NH (a fact I just learned tonight). A great Northwest microbrew!
Clown Shoes is a new to the market brand of microbrew out of Ipswich, MA. Tonight I’m sampling their white ale named Clementine. “Clementine is a beer conceived in a dream in the middle of a blistering beatdown of a day. We used clementine essence, sweet orange peel, coriander, and summit hops to smack that… → Read More
Here is something a little different. An ale with four malts. One of them is a rare peat-smoked malt used in Scotch whiskies…giving the beer a smoky flavor.
Tasty dark beer from Germany!!
Last post of the night. First off…it’s borderline comical that anything associated with Chicago could use the term “Mild Winter”….but that’s what the Goose Island Beer Co. calls their winter ale. It is described “this toffee-colored, soft-bodies American mild ale is brimming with spicy rye and rich caramel flavors.” It’s not bad…but probably my least… → Read More
On to the IPA offering from Goose Island. “Bourbon in color with a crisp, dry body, India Pale Ale has a grapefruit hop aroma and a lingering bitter hop flavor.”
Another fine beer from the Goose Island Beer Co. (Chicago, IL). It’s described as “Citrus hop aromas, a fruity ale flavor, and a creamy body make 312 as satisfying as it is refreshing.” This is a smooth beer that I find very enjoyable. And for those who don’t know or didn’t guess… 312 is one… → Read More
Another sampling from the great city of Chicago. Previously posted by Ed, this is a Honker’s Ale, brewed by Goose Island Beer Co. (Chicago, IL). In their own words Honker’s Ale is “an English style bitter that strikes perfect balance between fruity hop notes and biscuity malt flavor, Honker’s Ale delivers a classic taste in… → Read More
Courtesy of @kidanikatie ‘s dad! By the makers of Guinness…but not as heavy. I really enjoyed this!