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Tart of Darkness

The Bruery Tart of Darkness (2013 Edition)


Remember when I went to Stein’s Deli and picked up six different beers from The Bruery? Anyone? [responsive_youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NP0mQeLWCCo] Here’s the first I tried: Tart of Darkness. Aged in oak barrels, this sour stout is a strong but not overpowering 7% ABV. It pours a deep dank black with a small tan head. Despite being a… → Read More

Cantillon Mamouche

Cantillon Mamouche


Since I was in New Orleans back on New Year’s Eve, I had a special opportunity to head to The Avenue Pub (my favorite place in New Orleans) and try a beer from Cantillon for the first time. For those who don’t know, Cantillon is a Belgian brewery that specializes in lambics. Unlike many beers which… → Read More

Unibroue Quelque Chose

Unibroue Quelque Chose


Did everyone have a nice Christmas? Mine was much better than last year and last night we went to Celebration in the Oaks in New Orleans’ City Park, which was great as it always is. The carousel wasn’t working, which was a bit disappointing, but other than that it was a great night. Anyway, I’m just… → Read More

Buffalo Bayou Gingerbread Stout

Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co. Gingerbread Stout


The other night my wife went to a “book club” Christmas party (they claim to read the book but it seems to be more of a gossip circle with wine than serious book review). While she was out, I decided an evening of watching a headless horseman decapitating people would be a good idea. So… → Read More

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Firestone Walker Double Jack


Firestone Walker is another brewery whose beers are new to Texas this year; not long after their debut, I picked up a bottle of Double Jack, a double IPA. At this time, Walt Disney World doesn’t serve any Firestone Walker beers, but Disneyland serves Double Barrel Ale (DBA) at the Sonoma Terrace and Carthay Circle…. → Read More

Pumking

Southern Tier Pumking


Now that Thanksgiving is over, it’s officially the Christmas season! We had a Celebration Saturday night on Instagram. For the most part we took Thanksgiving week off (I posted a couple of Instagram photos, but we didn’t run any articles). While I was in New Orleans for Thanksgiving, I decided to visit a little deli… → Read More

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Lagunitas Brown Shugga’ (2013)


How come you taste so good? Just in time for Thanksgiving, the wonderful concoction known as Brown Shugga’ has returned to ensure you are well-lubricated for all the family gatherings. Because let’s be honest, when you’re fielding tons of questions about everything and anything and listening to the chatter around the table, a 9.9% ABV… → Read More

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Ommegang Game of Thrones Take the Black Stout


Winter is coming. For those of you who are fans of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series and its television adaptation Game of Thrones, Ommegang recently released the second in a series of ales inspired by the medieval series. The first was Iron Throne Blonde Ale, and its release was rather limited…. → Read More

Stone 17th Anniversary IPA

Stone 17th Anniversary Götterdämmerung IPA


Stone tends to make bitter beers. Götterdämmerung IPA is no exception, and especially as an anniversary beer it should be expected. Sometimes, however, Stone seems to brew the same beer and put it in a different bottle. I recently had their R&R Coconut IPA and there was absolutely no coconut taste in it. I even had… → Read More

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Karbach Brewing Co. Cherries of Fire 2013


The song has a bit of an EPCOT Center vibe, doesn’t it? Chariots Cherries of Fire is Karbach Brewing Co.’s F.U.N. Series #006. We’re back on track with the numbering after the late release of Roll in the Hay. This one is Karbach’s Hellfighter put into bourbon barrels with cherries added. This release makes half… → Read More

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