All Posts in the ‘Walt Disney World Beer Reviews’ Category

Smithwick’s and Some App Thoughts


Smithwick’s is an Irish Red ale produced by Diageo, the same company that owns Guinness. If you were to visit Ireland and ask for a Smithwick’s, you would be drinking a similar ale, but the Smithwick’s served in Ireland is 3.8% alcohol by volume. In the United States, Smithwick’s is 4.5% ABV. Although this is… → Read More

Dos Equis Ambar


“…a rich, robust flavored beer with the smooth drinkability of a classic dark-style lager.” Um, no. Okay, fine, I’ll give the marketing person who wrote that line on Dos Equis Ambar’s back label credit for the smooth drinkability. It’s smooth alright (is it possible to be too smooth?), because it’s very easy to drink. On… → Read More

Unibroue Don-de-Dieu


Happy New Year! Longtime readers (can we say that after only a year?) of Beers and Ears know we have an affinity for Unibroue and have reviewed many of their beers. Le Cellier in the Canada pavilion is the unofficial home of Unibroue at Walt Disney World and we continue to lament its lack of availability in… → Read More

Samuel Adams Chocolate Bock


Next beer in the winter sampler was the Chocolate Bock. This one was different but I liked it! After my first sip, I immediately said it tasted exactly like Hershey’s Syrup. Pure chocolate flavor was pretty powerful. Smooth flavor until the end, slightly malty flavor. Started to get slightly too sweet for me towards the… → Read More

Brewer’s Collection Booth at Epcot’s 2011 Food & Wine Festival


Next up for Patrick and I to review is the Brewer’s Collection Booth at Food & Wine!  Instead of attempting to taste every beer in one sitting, we tried to spread out the tastings throughout the weekend.  Somehow though, there was one visit to the booth where we actually did try them all…again! 🙂  Minus… → Read More

Craft Beers Booth at Food & Wine….and Kona Pipeline Porter


After a fun filled trip during opening weekend of the Food & Wine Festival, as well as both successfully completing the Wine & Dine Half Marathon, Patrick and I decided to thoroughly reward ourselves with a complete beer tasting at both the Brewer’s Collection Booth and the Craft Beers Booth. With the Brewer’s Booth complete… → Read More

Unibroue Blanche de Chambly


Great news beer lovers! Bob Basl has reported to us that three Unibroue beers are now available outside of Le Cellier at the Canada Beer Cart. The three beers available are Éphémère, Trois Pistoles, and Blanche de Chambly. As with all the Unibroue beers, each one has a story. Traditionally, white ales are supposed be named… → Read More

Orlando Brewing Certified Organic Beer Sampler at the Wave


Grabbed a quick lunch at the Wave in May and noticed that they had a beer sampler of 3 different 5oz samples of Orlando Brewing Organic Beer.  Who am I to argue with trying 3 beers instead of 1? The presentation was definitely nice, as seen in the photo.  Underneath each glass was a brief… → Read More

Kingfisher Premier Lager


THE beer to drink while in India, so who are we to argue?  Plus the imports were obscenely expensive (relative to Kingfisher) so we stuck to the local stuff. The Kingfisher brand is ALL over India. Someone related it to how Virgin is everywhere by us. There’s Kingfisher Beer, Kingfisher Airline, etc. And yes, you… → Read More

Bedele Beer


We went to dinner at Boma for the first time during our D23 Destination D weekend and I wanted to try something out of the ordinary. The server suggested this beer and I’m happy he did! From Bedele’s site: Bedele Brewery is located in Bedele town 500 kilometers west of Addis Ababa. The brewery was… → Read More

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