All Posts Tagged With ale

2013 Disney Beer Tournament Championship Round!


Over the past few weeks the 64 beers entered in our Disney Beer Tournament have been narrowed down to two finalists! This one is for all the marbles, the whole enchilada, and any other idiom you might want to put here. The final vote awaits! The poll will close Sunday, April 7, 2013 at 3:00… → Read More

2013 Disney Beer Tournament Round 5 (Final Four)


After four tight battles in the last round, the final four beers have been chosen by you, the Beers and Ears readers! Voting for the two places in the championship starts now and will end Wednesday, April 3 at 5:00 pm Central time. Let’s see who made it! Presenting the Mickey region champion! That’s right,… → Read More

North Coast Brewing Co. Brother Thelonious


Brother Thelonious is named after Thelonious Monk, one of the greatest jazz pianists; let’s set the mood appropriately. North Coast Brewing Company, from Fort Bragg, CA, brews Brother Thelonious as part of their American Artisan series. And holy crap, what a beer to brew in honor of a great jazz pianist. Furthermore, a donation to… → Read More

Saint Arnold Divine Reserve #12


Back in July, Saint Arnold’s Divine Reserve #12 came out and I picked up a six pack. Divine Reserve #12 is an old ale David Rogers, a homebrewer, entered into the 16th annual Big Batch Brew Bash and won the contest. Saint Arnold then used the recipe to brew its 12th entry in the Divine… → Read More

Jester King Boxer’s Revenge Organic Barrel-Aged Wild Ale


On George Orwell’s Animal Farm, Boxer was a strong work horse who was eventually killed after being overworked. The name for this Jester King beer, Boxer’s Revenge, suggests an alternate ending to Boxer’s story. Boxer worked himself nearly to death for the pigs and was repaid by being sent off to the glue factory. But what… → Read More

My First Homebrewing Experience Part 3 (The Beer!)


A long, long time ago (December) I wrote about brewing my first batch of homebrew (part 1 and part 2). Now it’s time to drink the fruits of my labor! After finishing the wonderful bottling process, the instructions recommended letting the beer carbonate for two weeks. With Christmas, illness, and everything else going on in… → Read More

Saint Arnold Icon Red


When entering the Saint Arnold brewery, an icon of Saint Arnold of Metz hangs on the wall just inside the door. This painting is the inspiration for the new Saint Arnold series called Icon. This series is a quarterly release that won’t be limited to a single batch or limited release. Instead, it’s intended to… → Read More

Dogfish Head / Victory / Stone Saison du BUFF


First of all, a big congratulations to the unofficial (because I just made this up right now) Beers and Ears running team! Josh ran the Walt Disney World Half-Marathon Katie and Ed ran the Walt Disney World Marathon, and Jenn and Patrick both ran the Goofy Challenge (that’s the Walt Disney World Half-Marathon and Marathon)!… → Read More

Lagunitas Cappuccino Stout


A not-so-secret thing about me: I don’t like coffee. It smells just fine to me but once I taste it, yuck. Needless to say, I don’t frequent Starbucks. However, I don’t usually have a problem with beers that taste like coffee as long as the coffee flavor isn’t overwhelming. Thus, I’m trying Lagunitas Cappuccino Stout…. → Read More

Narwhal Imperial Stout

Sierra Nevada Narwhal Imperial Stout


I’m going to get straight to the point on this beer to save you some time. If you like bold rich and dark stouts, then stock up on as many of these 4-packs as you can. This beer is malty enough that you can age it for years to come so don’t worry about buying… → Read More

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