All Posts Tagged With Barrel

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Saint Arnold Divine Reserve 15 and Bishop’s Barrel 8


This review was supposed to go up yesterday, but things happened and it didn’t. Sorry about that. We’ve all pretty much moved on from the Super Bowl by now I believe, but those were some of most depressing ads ever. Yes, I’m looking at you Nationwide. Lots of controversy in the craft beer community over the… → Read More

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Prairie Pirate Bomb


It’s been a while. I could insert a Staind video here, but I don’t think I should torture you with that. However, just because I haven’t written a post in a while doesn’t mean I’ve been completely silent. I’ve been posting pictures and such on Instagram, and those get posted on Facebook and Twitter as well…. → Read More

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Boulevard Brewing Love Child #4


It’s been a crazy couple of weeks around here. My sister got married in New Orleans over the weekend (remember she got engaged at Port Orleans last year?) and getting everything ready has been rather time consuming. I’m back from NOLA now and I just picked up Boulevard Brewing’s Love Child #4 from the nearby store…. → Read More

Bishop's Barrel 6

Saint Arnold Bishop’s Barrel 6


Pumpkin beer in February? Isn’t it a bit late for pumpkin beer? Not when it’s this damn good. On Monday (February 17, 2014), Saint Arnold released Bishop’s Barrel 6, their latest in a series of barrel aged beers. It’s already earned the nickname Rumkinator because it’s Pumpkinator (quite possibly my favorite Saint Arnold beer) aged in Appleton… → Read More

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Goose Island Bourbon County Brand Stout 2013


Have you ever read an article and wished it were an article from The Onion? The other day I read an article about Miller working on a bourbon-flavored beer. Supposedly it’s to compete with offerings such as Budweiser Black Crown as well  as hard liquor, but I think they also see beers such as Goose… → Read More

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Goose Island Lolita (2013)


Back on New Year’s Eve at The Avenue, I first had Cantillon Mamouche, but the pub had also put a number of other beers on for the occasion including several other sours. Lolita by Goose Island was on draft so I decided to give it a shot as well. As far as i can tell,… → Read More

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Karbach Brewing Co. Cherries of Fire 2013


The song has a bit of an EPCOT Center vibe, doesn’t it? Chariots Cherries of Fire is Karbach Brewing Co.’s F.U.N. Series #006. We’re back on track with the numbering after the late release of Roll in the Hay. This one is Karbach’s Hellfighter put into bourbon barrels with cherries added. This release makes half… → Read More

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Harviestoun Brewery Ola Dubh 16


Gaelic for “Black Oil”, Ola Dubh 16 is from the Harviestoun Brewery in the Central Lowlands of Scotland. A small town called Alva in Clackmannanshire is home to Harvieston (about 40 miles northwest of Edinburgh); its founder, Ken Brooker, has been brewing since 1983. Ken sold the brewery in 2006 to Caledonian Breweries. Two short… → Read More

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Bayou Teche Barrel Aged LA 31 Biere Joi


Yesterday was my birthday, so over the weekend we took a trip to New Orleans to visit family, friends, and of course go to The Avenue Pub. The Avenue is without a doubt the best beer bar in NOLA and possibly all of Louisiana. The Avenue was just chosen to be one of the host… → Read More

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Karbach Brewing Co. Roll in the Hay


Just released from Karbach Brewing Co. is Roll in the Hay! Karbach took their delicious Barn Burner Saison (I first tried it at Houston Beer Fest 2012) and aged it in chardonnay barrels (something our new sister site might be more familiar with) for about 6 months. Ardent followers of Karbach may have noticed that Roll in the… → Read More

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