All Posts Tagged With ale

Tin Roof Brewing Co. Blonde Ale


Happy Independence Day! Today’s review is one you won’t find in a Disney park, but it’s one that I’ve been personally interested in trying for a while because Tin Roof’s home is Baton Rouge, LA. Baton Rouge is also home to my alma mater, LSU.  Tin Roof was founded in 2010, after I had graduated,… → Read More

Unibroue La Terrible


La Terrible is a brew from Unibroue that you won’t find at Walt Disney World. It’s also one of Kim’s favorites. Unlike most of Unibroue’s offerings, this Belgian Dark Strong Ale comes in a simple black bottle with silver markings. It also lacks the story or legend that accompany the other beers in Unibroue’s lineup…. → Read More

Rogue Voodoo Doughnut

Rogue Voodoo Doughnut


Rogue hit another home run with this quirky combination of doughnut, maple syrup and BACON? I don’t know about you but I can’t pass up any beer in a pink bottle. Speaking of the bottle, I would highly recommend only opening this bottle if you either have plenty of time to drink or reinforcements to… → 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

Lagunitas Little Sumpin’ Sumpin’ Ale


As I was composing a few other beer reviews (yay for multi-tasking!), I realized that I had never finished my review from awhile back of Lagunitas Little Sumpin’ Sumpin’ Ale!  So let’s get this out of the way, shall we? After looking at the huge beer menu at the restaurant we were at in NYC,… → Read More

Sierra Nevada – Ruthless Rye


I had to give this beer a shot since I like Sierra Nevada Pale Ale so much, which recently won the Beers and Ears Walt Disney World Beer Tournament. I guess it also helps that this beer has a pretty wicked label, a label that perhaps should have been saved for some Halloween themed beer…. → Read More

Rogue Dead Guy Ale


Oregon is ranked fourth nationally in craft breweries per capita and is a state known for beer-friendly laws. It’s no surprise, then, that many great craft breweries have been founded there. Among them is Rogue Ales, which started as a brewpub in Ashland, OR and has since expanded to a number of brewpubs in Oregon,… → Read More

Newcastle

Newcastle Brown Ale


Newcastle Brown ale falls into the Norther English Brown ale style of beers. This style is usually made from a English mild or a pale ale base malt, with caramel malts added for color and flavor. Some styles do add a darker malt for distinct flavor character. If it doesn’t have English hop varieties than… → Read More

Saint Patrick’s Day


Saint Patrick’s day is tomorrow, Saturday, May 17, and friends, we need to talk. Not about wearing green or not, but about the massive disrespect that goes on as far as drinking beer goes on this Irish holiday. For the love of all that is holy, do not dye Bud Light (or insert any other… → Read More

Irish Coffee Stout

Lift Bridge – Irish Coffee Stout


Stillwater, Minnesota is a small historic town on the river near the Minnesota and Wisconsin border. Stillwater has its reputation of having a great line up of eating establishments near the river. On March 10th Lift Bridge brewery, Stillwater’s first brewery since prohibition held a release event for their new Irish Coffee Stout. The Irish… → Read More

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