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Shiner Bock


I purchased a six pack called the Shiner Family Reunion; it contains six different beers from the Spoetzl Brewery in Shiner, TX; I also had one of these at the House of Blues the other night when I saw Richard Cheese. Since this is the most common Shiner beer you’ll come across, I decided to… → Read More

Summit Brewing Unchained Series

Summit Unchained Series #6 Gold Sovereign


Summit’s First brew to use 100% organic malt that was malted the old fashioned way: by hand on the floor. The recipe for this Pale Ale was inspired from Victorian era beer. There is definite hop forward flavor to this beer with a bready malt balancing the delicate fruit flavors of pear, apricot and spicy… → Read More

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Boulevard Smokestack Series Dark Truth Stout


Boulevard’s Smokestack Series Imperial Stout is made with English malts, German hops and Belgian yeast. Would that mean if it were to be sold in Epcot it could be sold in the UK, Germany and France pavilions? Well probably not since it’s made in Kansas City. The Roasted English malts give this beer a rich… → Read More

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Saint Arnold Fancy Lawnmower and Weedwacker


This article started as a review of Weedwacker; however, Weedwacker and Fancy Lawnmower share the same formula except for the yeast used. Having not tasted Lawnmower either, this has turned into a double-fisted review; Lawnmower in one hand and Weedwacker in the other. Let’s start with Fancy Lawnmower, a Kölsch-style beer. It’s golden, crystal clear,… → Read More

Allagash Curieux

Allagash Curieux


For my inaugural post I thought it would be fitting to select a special beer from great brewery here in New England. Allagash Brewery in Portland, ME is quickly gaining respect and popularity across the country for its infamous “White” ale. Today, being my first post, I thought I’d dig deeper into their barrels and… → 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

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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Saint Arnold Divine Reserve #9 – 19 Months Later


Check out the photo from my new photography studio! It may or may not be made from a cardboard box, tissue paper, masking tape, and poster board. But that’s not why you’re here… on with the beer! I previously reviewed Divine Reserve #9 by Saint Arnold about 12 months after its release; it was still… → Read More

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Deschutes Brewery Black Butte Porter


Black Butte Porter, named for the Black Butte (pronounced byoot, not butt) in Oregon, is a pitch black porter from Deschutes (pronounced dey-shoot) Brewery in Bend, Oregon. I’ve not been to Bend, but I have been to Eugene, Oregon (home of the Oregon Ducks) and it’s absolutely beautiful up there. Looking at Google Maps, however,… → Read More

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Stoudt’s Pils


Oh NBD. That’s just my cat drinking a pils. A fine pils might I add. Let’s discuss. Stoudt’s brewery is located in Pennsylvania and was created by these loves named Ed and Carol Stoudt who apparently loved hella pils, because thats what they created. It’s been around since 1987 and not only did Carol and… → Read More

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