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

IMG_9650

Chimay Triple (White)


When I reviewed Chimay Grande Reserve, despite its deliciousness I didn’t think it would make for a good Belgium booth beer because it’s only distributed in bottles. Chimay Triple, also known as Chimay White and Chimay Cinq Cents, might be a better choice. Cinq Cents is the newest of the Chimay beers and the only… → Read More

IMG_9680

Chimay Grande Reserve (Blue)


Remember when I went to Be Our Guest Restaurant and tried a Saison Dupont? It’s not #ConfessFriday, but here’s a confession: I almost had a Chimay Grande Reserve instead. Probably the most popular of the Chimay trappist ales is Grande Reserve, more commonly known as Chimay Blue. Grande Reserve was first brewed as a Christmas beer… → Read More

Squash Bisque Shooter and Radeberger Pilsner

Guest Review: The Beer Dinner at the 2013 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival


Today we have the pleasure of bringing you a review of The Beer Dinner (formerly known as the Radeberger Beer Dinner) at the 2013 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival from our very special guest author Allison Thayer!  When looking for something different to do during our October trip, I stumbled upon The Beer Dinner.  There… → Read More

20131024-084410.jpg

Birra Del Borgo Rubus con Lamponi


With all these Italian beers appearing locally I’ve been trying them when I get the chance. When I was at the Flying Saucer last week, they had Birra Del Borgo’s Rubus con Lamponi. You may remember this was served at the Primavera Kitchen booth at the 2013 Epcot Flower and Garden Festival. Rubus con Lamponi… → Read More

IMG_9722

Young’s Double Chocolate Stout


Just in time to be removed from the standard beer menu at Walt Disney World (and replaced by Left Hand Milk Stout two weeks later), here’s my review of Young’s Double Chocolate Stout. Wells & Young’s Brewery in Bedford, England, is a result of a merger between Charles Wells Ltd. and Young’s Brewery. Wells is… → Read More

St. Bernardus Abt 12

Updated Walt Disney World Standard Beer Menu – October 2013


Remember when the standard beer menu was updated at the end of last month? Apparently Disney wasn’t finished. Kendra (follow her on Twitter by the way, she tweets awesome Disney stuff including dining and photography) was kind enough to send over the new menu she found at Crew’s Cup recently. Everything that was on the previous menu is… → Read More

IMG_9720

Birrificio Le Baladin Nora


I was walking through the local liquor store the other day not finding much (I had once again gone in search of Southern Tier’s Pumking but struck out) when I was walking down the import aisle. This isn’t your normal import aisle full of Heineken and Corona; it has beer from all around including the… → Read More

IMG_0456

Updated Standard Walt Disney World Beer Menu – September 2013


Had enough new beers yet with the 2013 Epcot Food and Wine Festival? It’s also that time of year where Walt Disney World tends to update their standard beer menu for the next year or so. First, a huge special thanks to Kim for getting the new list to us! Let’s start with the new… → Read More

Bier... it's why we're here.

The 2013 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival Beer Survival Guide


The 2013 Epcot Food and Wine Festival begins today! We’ve discussed what’s available at the Food and Wine Festival this year, but let’s talk about what you should be doing and drinking. First, make sure your smartphone has either the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival Beer List iOS app or web app. They’re free,… → Read More

IMG_9712

Xingu Black Beer


At the 2013 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival, the Brazil booth will feature Xingu (pronounced “shin-goo”) Black Beer. The beer gets its name from the Xingu River in Brazil and it supports the Y Ikatu Xingu organization, a group devoted to protecting the Amazon rainforest as well as the Xingu River basin. Back when… → Read More

Page 4 of 20« First...23456...1020...Last »

Copyright © 2017 Beers and Ears - Drinking beer in Walt Disney World and beyond