All Posts in the ‘Disneyland Resort Beer Reviews’ Category

Blue Moon Belgian White

Blue Moon is possibly the most controversial beer at the 2011 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival. Why the controversy? The Craft Beer Collection is featuring Blue Moon as one of its eight craft beers; however, the Blue Moon Brewing Company is a part of the Molson Coors conglomerate. Blue Moon was first brewed at… → Read More

Samuel Adams Octoberfest and a New Beer List

Avaliable from August to October, Samuel Adams Octoberfest is a seasonal beer for the Fall, even though most of us wouldn’t quite consider it to be Fall yet. To fully understand this beer, let’s first discuss Oktoberfest. Oktoberfest is the biggest festival in the world; it takes place annually in Munich, Germany and lasts somewhere… → Read More

Guinness: Black Gold of the Irish

Guinness.  Do you even need any more?  Yes, yes you do. This is a special post for me because Guinness Stout is my mostest favoritest beer ever.  Sure I love almost all beers (unless they say things like “with a touch of lime”), but Guinness is the one that never lets me down. There are… → Read More

Samuel Adams Noble Pils

What makes a pils a Noble pils? No, it’s not beer royalty. According to Samuel Adams, it’s the inclusion of all five Noble hops into this one seasonal brew. This is one of the better pilsners I’ve had; it’s sweet at first and gives a bitter bite on the back end. A light citrus flavor… → Read More

Lagunitas Pils

“To drink a Lagunitas Pils is to live a Lagunitas Pils.” -Aristotle No that’s not true. Aristotle didn’t say that of course. William Shakespeare did. Regardless. It’s the best beer in the world. Let’s chat. The Lagunitas Brewing Company is nestled in the hills (I’m not sure if that’s true) of Petaluma, California (that is true)…. → Read More

Unibroue La Fin du Monde

La Fin du Monde – “The End of the World” in French – is an absolutely delicious beer from Canada’s Unibroue. This brewery, although located in Quebec, concentrates on brewing beer in the Trappist tradition. In this case, La Fin du Monde isn’t referring to the Book of Revelations or the Flash animation (“Fire ze… → Read More

Sierra Nevada Pale Ale

Sierra Nevada Brewing Company is named after the Sierra Nevada mountain range. But don’t worry, it doesn’t taste like mountains. Mountains taste like dirt, water and trees. Sierra Nevada Pale Ale still tastes like beer. According to the Sierra Nevada Brewing Company website, “critics proclaim [the brewery’s beers as a whole, I guess] ‘Among the… → Read More

Guinness Draught

Many say the Guinness served here in the States doesn’t taste the same as the Guinness served in Ireland, its home country. Since I’ve never been to Ireland, I can’t say for sure whether that’s true or not. Like Boddingtons Pub Ale, this one came from a nitrogen-pressurized can. The effect is much the same… → Read More

Dos Equis

Oh hai! I’m super excited, because even though I’ve held a log in to my favorite site ever (this one, guys, this one) for quite some time, this is my first post! And how fitting for it to be on a lovely holiday to drink on, Cinco de Mayo! What is Cinco de Mayo? Well… → Read More

Virtual Tasting – Samuel Adams Boston Lager and Kronenbourg 1664

Today we present a new feature on Beers and Ears. Since we are spread across the United States, most of us can’t be in the same place at the same time to have beer tastings. Instead, we decided to have virtual tastings where each of us obtains the beer locally, tries it, writes a little… → Read More

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