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Real Ale Brewing Co. Firemans #4

Light, smooth and a bit of a bready flavor, Firemans #4 from Real Ale is very easy to drink. It would be good to cool off with on a hot summer day. This blonde ale is somewhat similar in flavor to Kona Longboard even though this is an ale while Longboard is a lager.

New Belgian Fat Tire

Fat Tire is an amber ale and Lindsay’s self-proclaimed first beer love. It’s a fairly standard amber ale with a hint of spice. Definitely one I could buy a six pack of and have a few at one time. It also just so happened that my TRON and TRON: Legacy Blu-Rays came in the mail… → Read More

Three Floyds – Pride & Joy Mild Ale

Usually I don’t go for a hoppy beer….but this is a decent ale from Indiana brewer Three Floyds.

Kona Brewing Co. Fire Rock Pale Ale

When Scott posted his Kona Longboard review, I realized I never posted about my Kona Fire Rock. Found this at a bar in NYC and knew I had to try it since I’ve seen it at the menu at the Polynesian. It’s a beautiful copper/orange color and slightly sweet. Slightly hoppy with a hint of… → Read More

Lazy Magnolia Southern Pecan

The other beer I drank at Chimes East was Lazy Magnolia Southern Pecan. Lazy Magnolia is a brewery in Kiln, Mississippi whose brews have started appearing more frequently in Louisiana. Described as a nut brown ale, Lazy Magnolia claims this is the only beer in the world made with whole roasted pecans. Southern Pecan was… → Read More

Stone Arrogant Bastard Ale

On Saturday night, my wife, sister-in-law and I went to Chimes East in Baton Rouge after the kids went to bed. Chimes East is the second location of The Chimes, a bar and restaurant just outside the north gates of LSU. First up this night was Stone Arrogant Bastard Ale, a fairly good 7.2% American… → Read More

Jester King Black Metal

Yesterday after work I met Ryan at the Flying Saucer in Houston for dinner and beer. I had this very dark brew called Black Metal by Jester King. The color certainly lives up to its name; even the head was a dark brown that mostly dissipated before I took this photo. Lots of coffee flavor in… → Read More

Real Ale Full Moon Pale Rye Ale

Full Moon Pale Rye Ale is the third and final beer in the Real Ale sampler pack. Unexpectedly, this tastes more like an IPA than a pale ale. Spicy hops coupled with a bready rye taste make this a nice beer to drink. I enjoyed this much more than the Rio Blanco Pale Ale I… → Read More

Real Ale Rio Blanco Pale Ale

Tonight I’m drinking the second of three beers in the Real Ale sampler: Rio Blanco Pale Ale. Smooth, kinda light, the flavor is a bit lacking though. Drinkable, but nowhere near something like a Widmer Drifter. A bit disappointed with the White River.

Real Ale Brewhouse Brown Ale

No Irish beer tonight unfortunately but I am drinking from an Irish glass (my parents got a pair of them for me when they visited Ireland). Instead I present Brewhouse Brown Ale, the first of three Real Ale brews from the sampler pack I mentioned in the Sisyphus article. I sometimes use Abita beers as… → Read More

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