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

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Shiner Wild Hare Pale Ale


It’s been a while, but this isn’t the first Shiner beer we’ve had on the site. Far from it actually; I reviewed the Shiner Family Reunion pack a while ago, which included the old standby Shiner Bock as well as other beers such as Hefeweizen and Kosmos Reserve. Shiner Bock does make an appearance at… → Read More

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2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival Rumor: Beer Pour Sizes


8/20/2014 Update: Additional sources have said the 6 ounce pours will be limited to the Food and Wine Festival booths themselves. Other World Showcase locations will serve their normal selection and sizes. It sounds like decisions are still in flux a bit, but y’all have shown a lot of interest in this. Original article below…. → Read More

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New Belgium Snapshot


Here’s a snapshot of a Snapshot. Thankfully, this beer isn’t called New Belgium Selfie. It’s a 2014 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival beer, so let’s discuss! Most of the beers at Hops and Barley are wheat beers with fruity flavor to them. Leinenkugel’s Seasonal Shandy and Sam Adams Cherry Wheat both are full of fruit…. → Read More

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Uinta Baba Black Lager


Here’s the first pre-2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival beer review! Uinta Brewing’s Baba Black Lager is a beer Disney mentioned would be on the Food and Wine Festival menu early. It will be found at the Farm Fresh booth and is featured there because it’s certified organic by the USDA and the Utah Department… → Read More

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Via Napoli Beer Lunches During Food and Wine Festival 2014


For the past few years during Epcot Food and Wine Festival, Via Napoli has put on delicious lunches pairing Italian craft beer with Italian food cooked up specially for these lunches. Each Tuesday from September 23 – November 4, Via Napoli will be hosting a lunch and Eric Banduski, Certified Cicerone for the Italy pavilion,… → Read More

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The Beer of the 2014 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival


I’ve been on the lookout for the full 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival menus, and they’re finally here! Instead of making educated guesses as to where these booths will appear like we did last year (which was a little hit and miss), I’m going to take them alphabetically. Note that if a booth doesn’t have… → Read More

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“Tap Into Freedom” featuring Cigar City at The Dolphin’s Cabana Bar


Starting tomorrow, Cabana Bar and Beach Club at the Dolphin will be featuring plenty of Cigar City beer! @beersandears The hotel's Cabana Bar & Beach Club is partnering with Tampa's Cigar City Brewing to offer locally-crafted beer from July 2-8 — Swan and Dolphin (@swandolphin) June 27, 2014 From what we’re told, they’ll be featuring… → Read More

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Victory HopDevil IPA


Yesterday Google had their I/O conference keynote and at the end (in addition to smartwatches) they handed out a kit called Cardboard. It’s a cardboard kit designed to turn your Android phone into a virtual reality headset. But I’m looking at this thing and all I can think is they made Tool’s 10,000 Days album into… → Read More

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Kiuchi Brewery Hitachino Nest White Ale


Sapporo. Kirin Ichiban. Asahi. All Japanese. All thin, yellow, fizzy lagers. The land of the rising sun has a stereotype of poor beer. Kiuchi Brewery doesn’t believe it needs to be that way. Their line of Hitachino Nest ales are brewed using European technology and Japanese brewing methods and ingredients. The Hitachino Nest White Ale is… → Read More

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Weihenstephaner Hefe Weissbier


“The World’s Oldest Brewery” boasts the label. Can this be proven without a doubt? Probably not, but Weihenstephan has a good claim. Originally the brewery of the Weihenstephan Abbey, Weihenstephan Brewery can document its existence as far back as the year 768. The abbey’s use as a monastery ended in 1803, but the brewery still produces the flagship Hefe Weissbeer,… → Read More

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