All Posts Tagged With double

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Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co. More Cowbell Double IPA


I think most of you know the famous Saturday Night Live “More Cowbell” sketch, but if not (or if you just want to watch it) here’s the skit. “I have a fever and the only prescription is more cowbell!” Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co. in Houston crafted More Cowbell, an Imperial IPA available both on draft… → Read More

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Dogfish Head 90 Minute Imperial IPA


One of the most popular beers and a member of the Final Four of the 2014 Disney Beer Tournament was Dogfish Head 90 Minute Imperial IPA. During the tournament we realized no one had reviewed 90 Minute, so now that the tournament is over I’m going to give it a proper review (or as proper… → Read More

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Firestone Walker Double Jack


Firestone Walker is another brewery whose beers are new to Texas this year; not long after their debut, I picked up a bottle of Double Jack, a double IPA. At this time, Walt Disney World doesn’t serve any Firestone Walker beers, but Disneyland serves Double Barrel Ale (DBA) at the Sonoma Terrace and Carthay Circle…. → Read More

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Young’s Double Chocolate Stout


Just in time to be removed from the standard beer menu at Walt Disney World (and replaced by Left Hand Milk Stout two weeks later), here’s my review of Young’s Double Chocolate Stout. Wells & Young’s Brewery in Bedford, England, is a result of a merger between Charles Wells Ltd. and Young’s Brewery. Wells is… → Read More

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Saint Arnold Brewery Tour


You may have been expecting the next installment of my visit to The Avenue in New Orleans, but I’ll get back to that soon. On Saturday I visited Saint Arnold Brewing Company for my birthday; it’s just north of downtown Houston and is located at 2000 Lyons Ave. Saint Arnold hosts tours every day except… → Read More

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Karbach Brewing Co. Rodeo Clown Double IPA


American Craft Beer Week celebrates the small brewery. One of the newest breweries in the Houston area is Karbach Brewing Co. The owners, Chuck Robertson and Ken Goodman, sold their beer distribution business in order to start Karbach. The brewery is housed in the old beer distribution warehouse on Karbach Street in Houston, and they… → Read More

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Founders Double Trouble IPA


Hey! Let’s talk about the Mitten. No, silly. I don’t mean gloves. I mean THE Mitten. The best state. Michigan. By the way I’m just reading now that Wisconsin is trying to call themselves the Mitten. Come on, guys. I digress. Ah, pure Michigan. Great lakes, great coney dogs, great people that say pop not… → Read More

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Saint Arnold Divine Reserve #11


Lindsay, Jackie and Scott spent the afternoon together to enjoy a few beers; two of these were for an upcoming article, but the third was the newly-released Saint Arnold Divine Reserve #11. Every so often Saint Arnold, Houston’s local microbrewery and Texas’ oldest craft brewery, releases a single batch of a big beer under its… → Read More

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Stone Ruination IPA


I had this a week or so ago but hadn’t posted it yet. Quite honestly, Stone overdid it here. This beer is bitter, bitter and more bitter. The hoppy taste lingers seemingly forever. I didn’t find anything in the beer that balanced the extreme bitter taste. To me there’s much better tasting IPAs out there.


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