All Posts in the ‘Other Beer Reviews’ Category
Christmas Ale from Great Lakes Brewing Company Wow! This has instantly become one of my all time favorites! Available in the Cleveland area during the months of November and December only. Bars run out on a weekly basis! If you’re ever in the Cleveland area, you’ve gotta try it! I wish they had it year-round… → Read More
I’m writing from home because my phone died at the Flying Saucer (BetaMouse fail, I know). The final beer of the evening was Wells Bombardier. It was included with the Christmas glass and probably chosen for its reddish hue and inexpensive price. Honestly I wasn’t very thrilled with the beer; very weak taste and overall… → Read More
Second up tonight is a braggot by Independence Brewing. Honey is the theme of this beer, although to be honest I’m not sure I enjoy it more than the Abita Christmas. It’s a good beer for sure, but comparatively I think I would rather drink the Christmas Ale. I’ll probably be sipping on this until… → Read More
Presenting Abita Christmas Ale live from the Flying Saucer in Houston. It has certainly improved from last year’s batch, which I found to be watery. It’s like Christmas in your mouth. More to come later, including the Flying Saucer’s Christmas glass. Unfortunately it’s a bit dark where I’m sitting, so the pictures require flash and… → Read More
Tonight, after a successful TweetWatch of Muppet Christmas Carol (thanks Ryan), I broke out a bottle of Saint Arnold Divine Reserve #9. The Divine Reserve series are limited edition single batch “big beers” from Texas’ oldest craft brewery. This particular beer is an Imperial Pumpkin Stout and was purchased over a year ago. I have… → Read More
I have a Friday night date with a hot Chicago Blonde!
I absolutely love this Duvel glass I just got in a gift set with four 11.2oz bottles of this delicious ale. Expect to see it often in my photos. In Houston we have a liquor store called Spec’s that Lindsay and Jacqueline are also familiar with. The set was only $15 at Spec’s; I’ve seen… → Read More
Tonight I’m drinking Dogfish Head Theobroma, an ale suggested to me by @MinnieMGirl on Twitter. From the bottle: “Theobroma, or ‘Food of the Gods,’ is a recreation of the premier chocolate beverage of the Americas, intended only for the gods, kings, and the elite. This liquid time capsule is based on the earliest chemical and… → Read More
It’s really good!