All Posts by Scott Oliver

A Downtown Disney Evening


After the trip to Boma at Animal Kingdom Lodge, all of us took the bus over to Downtown Disney where we took the Sassagoula River boat back to Port Orleans Riverside. The boat ride is rather nice and it passes Saratoga Springs, the Treehouse Villas, and Port Orleans French Quarter on its way to Riverside…. → Read More

Ommegang Three Philosophers


Someone recently asked us whether Ommegang Three Philosophers is available at Walt Disney World, so when I saw it at the store recently I decided to pick a bottle up! Three Philosophers is available at WDW, but only at Il Mulino in the Swan. Ommegang Brewery is based in Cooperstown, NY, better known for the… → Read More

Boma – Flavors of Africa


Can you believe it’s already been two months since I was in Disney World? I still haven’t gone through all my photos and it still seems like we just went. After a hot morning and a rainy afternoon at Animal Kingdom, we hopped on a bus over to Animal Kingdom Lodge. This was my first… → Read More

Widmer Brothers Alchemy Ale


You didn’t think we were just going to give you the 2013 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival beer list and leave you hanging did you? Over the next several weeks we’ll try to track down some of the new beers and give them a try. First up is Alchemy Ale by Widmer Brothers. It’s… → Read More

The Beer of Epcot International Food and Wine Festival 2013!


The booth menus are out (here’s the full list), so let’s take a look at the beers that will grace our presence (or not) at the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival 2013. Let’s start from the north (World Showcase Plaza) and go clockwise, as far as we know based on last year’s map. Terra… → Read More

Southern Tier Creme Brûlée Imperial Milk Stout


At The Avenue the same night I had Barrel Aged Biere Joi, there was another beer that I really wanted to try and a keg had just been tapped. Lucky me, right? I was actually checking The Avenue’s Facebook account to see what their Friday night cask beer would be. Instead of the usual cask,… → Read More

Full Out Disney: Crystal Palace Dinner


I mentioned a while back that we would be eating at Crystal Palace for dinner Monday evening during our last trip. If I’ve ever eaten at the Crystal Palace it was a very long time ago, but I decided the kids would like to have a meal with Winnie the Pooh and friends as they… → Read More

Harviestoun Brewery Ola Dubh 16


Gaelic for “Black Oil”, Ola Dubh 16 is from the Harviestoun Brewery in the Central Lowlands of Scotland. A small town called Alva in Clackmannanshire is home to Harvieston (about 40 miles northwest of Edinburgh); its founder, Ken Brooker, has been brewing since 1983. Ken sold the brewery in 2006 to Caledonian Breweries. Two short… → Read More

This Was Supposed to be About Big River


If you recall, I was a bit uneasy about heading over to Big River Grille and Brewing Works for dinner on Wednesday instead of dining in Hollywood Studios (ugh…) or somewhere that took reservations. Not all of it was Big River’s fault however. Right as we left Hollywood Studios, we heard thunder as we were… → Read More

Bayou Teche Barrel Aged LA 31 Biere Joi


Yesterday was my birthday, so over the weekend we took a trip to New Orleans to visit family, friends, and of course go to The Avenue Pub. The Avenue is without a doubt the best beer bar in NOLA and possibly all of Louisiana. The Avenue was just chosen to be one of the host… → Read More

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