All Posts Tagged With ale

Abita Christmas Ale 2011


Happy Turkey Day! After an eventful day I’m kicking off the Christmas season with an Abita Christmas Ale! I think this one is a little stronger than last year’s version. It is, however, generally the same as last year’s even though the recipe changes from year to year. I may be having a few more… → Read More

Lagunitas A Little Sumpin’ Sumpin’ Ale


Last night I was out and the bartender leans over and says, “You want a little sumpin’ sumpin’?” Fresh! I giggled. And then got REALLY embarrassed when I realized… He was just asking if I wanted another beer. Enter: STOCK PHOTO Lagunitas A Little Sumpin’ Sumpin’ Ale Confession. I actually hated this beer the first… → Read More

Lagunitas New Dogtown Pale Ale


Hello there pumpkins.  As much as you would have thought that I had totally disappeared from this blog, I haven’t.  I just suck at blogging.  But last night at around 3am when I couldn’t sleep I was chatting with Siri on my new iPhone 4S and I told her to “remind me to write a… → Read More

Bell’s Best Brown Ale


Bell’s brewery has a stable full of all-star quality beers such as Two-hearted, Oberon and for you Hop-heads Hop Slam! This Brown ale may not be one of the first beers that you think of when you are considering beers from Bell’s but this beer has the right to stand on its own and be… → Read More

Hoptober

New Belgium Hoptober


Plain and simple this is a great drinking Golden ale. This is not however a simple beer. Made with 4 malts on top of the base malt and 5 hops this complex flavored beer is well balanced and very refreshing. This seasonal beer is available every year from August to October. If you are able… → Read More

Virtual Tasting – Harp Lager and Kona Fire Rock Ale


We’re long overdue for a virtual tasting; in this installment we’re sampling Harp Lager and Kona Fire Rock Pale Ale. Both are found in various locations at the Walt Disney World Resort, and Fire Rock is being featured at the Craft Beer Collection booth during the 2011 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival. Harp Lager:… → Read More

Southampton Double White Ale


Stopped by one of my favorite BBQ places in NYC and wanted something light and refreshing to wash down the grub.   Had heard of Southampton Publick House since they’re out of Long Island so I decided to give it a try.  From their website… Southampton Double White is a truly special brew and a Southampton… → Read More

Samuel Adams Cream Stout


Over at the Hops and Barley booth, the home of Samuel Adams for the 2011 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival, one of the eight Samuel Adams varieties will be Cream Stout. Cream Stout is a very dark brown, almost black beer with a milk chocolate colored head; hold it up to the light and… → Read More

Leffe Blonde


In our initial article on all the 2011 Epcot Food and Wine Festival beers we accidentally overlooked this one. Oops! Good thing we noticed, because Leffe may be the jewel of the Belgium booth. Leffe, according to the brewery website, was originally brewed by the monks of the Leffe Abbey. The abbey was flooded in… → Read More

Summer Solstice Cerveza Crema


I discovered this beer with my fellow co-host and brother of The Lost Boy’s List Podcast, Craig, at the Great American Beer festival in Boston this past June.  After sampling 50-100 beers we kept going back to this terrific brew.  In an intoxicated state post festival, we both agreed this was the clear winner taking… → Read More

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