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The Beer of Epcot International Food and Wine Festival 2011


Why would a site about beer and Walt Disney World have an article on the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival? Despite the name (I guess Food and Beverage Festival or Food and Alcohol Festival wasn’t as catchy), many of the Food and Wine booths around World Showcase Lagoon serve beer! The 2011 map just came out;… → Read More

Unibroue Trois Pistoles


Yes, it’s time for another Unibroue beer from those fine Canadian brewers. This is Trois Pistoles, a Belgian Strong Dark Ale. Before we begin, this one gave me a bit of surprise when I was opening it. I removed the cage from around the cork in the bottle but didn’t remove the cork. I turned… → Read More

Shiner Hefeweizen


Ed reviewed Shiner Hefeweizen (originally called Honey Wheat) back in December and loved it. Since it’s part of the Shiner Family Reunion, now it’s my turn to try this one. It’s a nice shade of golden orange and a bit cloudy; flavors of wheat and lemon are dominant in this beer. It’s fairly light, but… → Read More

Unibroue Maudite


Maudite, French for “damned” (hence the devil on the bottom of the label), is a Belgian strong ale from those wonderful Canadians at Unibroue. 8% ABV blends in well with the flavors of this ale, consisting of some fruit and spice notes. It also has a note in it that I can’t quite describe but… → Read More

St. John’s Brewers: Tropical Mango Ale


Summer is officially here and what better way to beat the heat then with an ice cold beer.  Like most people, I spend a good amount of time outside during the summer months.  Due to the heat and a variety of other reasons, I tend to shy away from big full-bodied beers.  Instead, I’m constantly… → Read More

Blue Point Brewing Company Blueberry Ale


After the dismal blueberry wheat ale I had awhile back, I was skeptical of this one. Since it’s a Long Island brewery, I’ve seen it a LOT lately on tap at bars by me though so I jumped in an ordered a bottle. According to their site: Blue Point fresh Blueberry Ale offers an unusual… → Read More

Unibroue Éphémère (Apple)


This brew is one of Ed‘s and @KimberKnight‘s favorites; Unibroue Éphémère.  The word éphémère means ephemeral in French. Dictionary.com defines ephemeral as “lasting a very short time”. Something I did not know prior to writing this is that Éphémère is actually a series of beers whose fruit content changes with the season. The one I have here is apple, the most… → Read More

Unibroue La Fin du Monde


La Fin du Monde – “The End of the World” in French – is an absolutely delicious beer from Canada’s Unibroue. This brewery, although located in Quebec, concentrates on brewing beer in the Trappist tradition. In this case, La Fin du Monde isn’t referring to the Book of Revelations or the Flash animation (“Fire ze… → Read More

Sierra Nevada Pale Ale


Sierra Nevada Brewing Company is named after the Sierra Nevada mountain range. But don’t worry, it doesn’t taste like mountains. Mountains taste like dirt, water and trees. Sierra Nevada Pale Ale still tastes like beer. According to the Sierra Nevada Brewing Company website, “critics proclaim [the brewery’s beers as a whole, I guess] ‘Among the… → Read More

Kona Wailua – Yum


I picked up Kona Brewing Company’s season beer, Kona Wailua because I love their Longboard beer commonly found at the Polynesian resort. Kona Wailua is a wheat ale blended with tropical passion fruit and has a slightly sweet/sour flavor. It’s not an overpowering beer and is fairly refreshing, especially in the summer heat (well at… → Read More

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