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

Improving the 2012 Epcot Food and Wine Festival Craft Beer Collection Booth


Now that we’ve had some time for the 2012 Epcot Food and Wine Festival menu to settle in, let’s take a closer look at the Craft Beer Collection booth. It’s a decent selection, but with some changes in the lineup it could be easily improved. Here’s what is being served: Abita Purple Haze Blue Moon… → Read More

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

The Beer of Epcot International Food and Wine Festival 2012


The menus are out and the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival Beer List is updated (along with a brand new app). Let’s chat about what’s on the list. Last year I wrote a huge article detailing every beer at every location. This year I’m going to cut it down a bit and talk about… → Read More

A Trip to the Angry Orchard


Recently Disney seems to be adding more gluten free options to its selection. The newly-opened Art of Animation Resort has a few gluten free options in its food court Landscape of Flavors. One of these is the hard cider I’m trying tonight: Angry Orchard Hard Cider from Cleveland, OH. Turns out Angry Orchard has a couple… → Read More

Big River Beer Tasting


I’m pretty positive before this blog you didn’t really think of Walt Disney World as a place for the beer lover. Alas, now that I pay more attention, try new options and keep up with all these posts, I’m kind of thinking maybe it is! On the Boardwalk.. There is an actual running brewery called… → Read More

Asahi Super Dry


Hailing from Japan, Asahi can be found throughout the Japanese pavilion at Epcot. It’s brewed by the Asahi Breweries; Asahi is the number one brewery and soft drink company in Japan. The flagship brew has changed over the years; first it was Asahi Draft, then Asahi Gold, and now it is Asahi Super Dry; the… → Read More

St. George Beer


Last drink at Dawa Bar (don’t worry, we spaced these over 2 days) was St. George Beer.  The brewery is located in Ethiopia, NOT to be confused with the brewery of the same name in Virginia.  There is no official website though so I couldn’t pull up any additional information to wow you guys with…. → Read More

Koko Brown


I’m a big fan of coconut flavored food, candy and drinks. I’m also a big fan of Kona Brewing Company. So when I saw this beer which has toasted coconut flavoring at my grocery store, I was intrigued. I wasn’t sure if coconut flavor in a beer would work. I was pleasantly surprised when I… → Read More

Meta Beer


My second beer attempt at Dawa Bar was another Ethiopian brew, Meta. Meta Abo Brewery is located in the town of Sebata, 27 km from Addis Ababa. The brewery was established in 1963 by the Ethiopian Government and Ethiopian private nationals as a share company with a starting capital base of 2 million Birr.  It… → Read More

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