All Posts in the ‘Other Beer Reviews’ Category

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Thomas Hooker Chocolate Truffle Stout


Went to one of our favorite restaurants for their week long closing party.  So so sad.  They were trying to get rid of everything in sight and this was one of the only bottles left in their inventory.  And at half price?  Sign me up! The description from their site sounds pretty fab… “Our sweet… → Read More

Abita Strawberry Harvest

Abita Strawberry Harvest Lager


Thank you Whole Foods for allowing the ‘Create Your Own’ 6-pack.  There’s always a bunch of beers I want to try but don’t want a full 6-pack, ya know? During the peak of summer, I’m always looking for something refreshing.  Enter the Abita Strawberry Harvest Lager.  Scott had reviewed this back in 2011 and was… → Read More

The Five Hoppy Beers That Will Make You Like Hoppy Beers


I’m starting a new series on Beers and Ears…   I kid. But here is a list. A wonderful list. A top five list for your Friday. Because I’m sick and tired of hearing you all say “I don’t like hoppy beers”. Fools. I kid.   5. Founder’s All Day IPA 4. Coronado Islander IPA… → Read More

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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

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Beer Fest B!tches!


’tis the season. No, not Christmas. ’tis the season of wine and beer fests. So true, right? I attended probably my favorite beer fest to date a couple of weekends ago and I wanted to do a quick review. The Summer Time Brews Fest is a yearly event in Greensboro, NC and it is a… → Read More

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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

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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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Karbach Brewing Co. Roll in the Hay


Just released from Karbach Brewing Co. is Roll in the Hay! Karbach took their delicious Barn Burner Saison (I first tried it at Houston Beer Fest 2012) and aged it in chardonnay barrels (something our new sister site might be more familiar with) for about 6 months. Ardent followers of Karbach may have noticed that Roll in the… → Read More

Sagres Pale Lager

Sagres Pale Lager


Since I’ve moved to Boston, I’ve been enjoying trying out all the great restaurants in the area. One of my favorite places to visit has been a local Brazilian BBQ place. For those that have never been to one before, it’s quite the experience. Be prepared to eat lots of great food and to remember… → Read More

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Southern Star Black Crack


Just under an hour north of downtown Houston is a town called Conroe, TX. It’s still considered part of the Houston metro area, but it’s a bit far out there. Anyway, Conroe is the home of Southern Star Brewing Company, who has been in operation since 2007. Similar to Karbach, Southern Star packages its year-round… → Read More

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