All Posts Tagged With ale

Samuel Adams Imperial White


I bought another pick 6 from the grocery store, and Samuel Adams Imperial White is the first brew out of the pack. Wow, this beer delivers a kick in the teeth! It has a strong citrus taste with a alcoholic bite. This is quite a sweet beer and lacks a hoppy bitterness though. It’s also… → Read More

Sierra Blanca Roswell Alien Amber Ale


This could have been a one word article: “Fail”. Roswell Alien Amber was one of the latest pick six I bought from the grocery store. The label looked interesting so I bought it. I should have seen the gimmick from a mile away. According to the label, Uncle Sam has been trying to keep this… → Read More

Lagunitas India Pale Ale


The bottle makes it abundantly clear: this is an IPA, or India Pale Ale. If the 1.5 inch tall letters aren’t enough, the description around the border refers to it as a “homicidally hoppy ale”. When I poured the beer and tasted, unsurprisingly, it tastes like an IPA. I’m not sure I agree with the… → Read More

Breckenridge Vanilla Porter


Breckenridge, Colorado, home of hundreds of inches of snow annually, is also home to Breckenridge Brewery. Tonight I’m drinking Vanilla Porter, and something tells me they may spend too much time snowed in. First, the bottle for this Vanilla Porter confuses me. “Seldom Seen, Never Duplicated” is the first slogan. I didn’t exactly hunt for… → Read More

Chimay Red


This is not the correct beer for Cinco de Mayo (thank you Katie for telling us all about Cinco de Mayo, by the way), but it’s what I had in the fridge. To be honest, my usual drink for Cinco de Mayo is a Grand Gold margarita from Little Pappacitos, but we didn’t make it… → Read More

Bell’s Oberon Ale


The summer ale offering from Bell’s Brewery (Comstock, Michigan). Smooth without an overbearing taste.

Delirium Tremens


Another House of Brews winner.. when the gang saw that they had Delirium Tremens we each quickly ordered a bottle. How can we say no to a beer that was rated the best beer multiple times?? Definitely didn’t disappoint. Could drink this every single day. Great combination of fruits and spices and was very smooth… → Read More

Delirium Nocturnum


From the Huyghe Brewery in Belgium comes the other beer with the little pink elephants. Delirium Nocturnum is the sister beer to Delirium Tremens and is a nice dark ale. The deep brown has a reddish tinge to it, and the tan head lingers for a while. It has a roasted flavor along with some… → Read More

Rogue XS McRogue Scotch Ale


I didn’t have any Red Stripe or other Caribbean beer handy for the Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl Tweetwatch with Ryan’s Disney Film Project. A beer from Rogue seems fitting, however, since Jack Sparrow is quite a rogue. This scotch ale has a chocolate scent; the chocolate theme continues in… → Read More

New Belgium Brewing Abbey Belgian Style Ale


Pleasantly surprised with this one from New Belgium Brewing. A nice smoky flavor that goes down pretty smooth. I wasn’t expecting to enjoy this as much as I did last night. Definitely a beer I will drink again.

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