All Posts in the ‘Disneyland Resort Beer Reviews’ Category


Bear Republic Grand-Am American Pale Ale

Some say that Racer 5 and Grand-Am are brewed just for Cars Land… .@traveljenn @DisneylandToday neither are brewed just for Cars Land FYI. They're @BearRepublic products that can be purchased anywhere. — Beers and Ears (@beersandears) May 4, 2015 This ends today’s lesson in “don’t believe everything you read on Twitter”. However, Bear Republic products… → Read More


The Bruery Saison Rue

The second beer from The Bruery’s launch into Louisiana (see Tart of Darkness for the first), Saison Rue is one of The Bruery’s year-round beers. Even more importantly, Carthay Circle in Disney California Adventure serves this Belgian-style saison brewed with rye. It’s been almost seven years since I’ve been to Disneyland, and it’s high time I… → Read More


Anaheim Hefeweizen and Some Carthay Circle Grub

Every trip to Disneyland, at least for me, requires a stop or two at Carthay Circle Restaurant.  Plus the lounge, but that’s for another post.  On our last trip, I was determined to try something I haven’t had before and, in true Jenn fashion, the hefeweizen jumped out at me. According to Anaheim Brewery’s website,… → Read More


North Coast Brewing PranQster

I know in a previous post I mentioned that Uva Bar is one of my favorite places to grab a quick drink and bite at Disneyland. My other favorite? Hands down is Carthay Circle. I’d consider it a place to go to relax for a little bit longer, grab a nice drink, unwind, etc. We… → Read More

Pats Sampler Uva

Uva Bar Beers and Bites

Better late than never, right?  While Scott is enjoying his adventures in Walt Disney World this week, I figured it was time to finally write up a beer review. Patrick and I headed out to Disneyland for the Half Marathon last September and continued our annual tradition (all two years so far) to stop for… → Read More


North Coast Brewing Co. Brother Thelonious

Brother Thelonious is named after Thelonious Monk, one of the greatest jazz pianists; let’s set the mood appropriately. North Coast Brewing Company, from Fort Bragg, CA, brews Brother Thelonious as part of their American Artisan series. And holy crap, what a beer to brew in honor of a great jazz pianist. Furthermore, a donation to… → Read More


Bear Republic Racer 5 India Pale Ale

One thing Disney has been doing with its re-imagining of Disney California Adventure is stocking the park with California microbrews. One such beer found at Carthay Circle and Flo’s V8 Café is Racer 5, an IPA from Bear Republic in Sonoma County, CA. Racer 5 has a floral nose along with a little pine. Golden… → Read More

Unibroue La Fin Du Monde

Unibroue La Fin du Monde

Before heading to a Sox game at Fenway, I had a chance to stop by a new bar in Cambridge, The Tap Room. Lots of beers available, over 30 on tap! The first beer I tried was La Fin du Monde brewed by Unibroue of Canada. Scott reviewed this beer previously, check out his review… → Read More


Samuel Adams Summer Ale

The summer seasonal from the Boston Beer Company is Samuel Adams Summer Ale. Referred to as an American wheat ale, its inspiration comes from Belgian witbiers (think Hoegaarden). Samuel Adams’ twist on the style includes lemon peel and Grains of Paradise. Summer Ale has a hazy golden color with a nose full of grain. Malty… → Read More


Widmer Brothers Hefeweizen

Today begins American Craft Beer Week, a week-long celebration of the smaller, independent brewers in the United States. Restaurants, bars, and breweries all over the country will be having special events this week to celebrate. Since 1984, the Widmer Brothers have been brewing craft beer in Portland, Oregon. Two years later, the brothers released their… → Read More

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