All Posts Tagged With IPA

Stone 17th Anniversary Götterdämmerung IPA


Stone tends to make bitter beers. Götterdämmerung IPA is no exception, and especially as an anniversary beer it should be expected. Sometimes, however, Stone seems to brew the same beer and put it in a different bottle. I recently had their R&R Coconut IPA and there was absolutely no coconut taste in it. I even had… → Read More

The Five Hoppy Beers That Will Make You Like Hoppy Beers


I’m starting a new series on Beers and Ears…   I kid. But here is a list. A wonderful list. A top five list for your Friday. Because I’m sick and tired of hearing you all say “I don’t like hoppy beers”. Fools. I kid.   5. Founder’s All Day IPA 4. Coronado Islander IPA… → Read More

A Downtown Disney Evening


After the trip to Boma at Animal Kingdom Lodge, all of us took the bus over to Downtown Disney where we took the Sassagoula River boat back to Port Orleans Riverside. The boat ride is rather nice and it passes Saratoga Springs, the Treehouse Villas, and Port Orleans French Quarter on its way to Riverside…. → Read More

Chef Mickey’s


Chef Mickey’s, how can I best describe it? Loud (very loud) Full of children (including my own on this particular Saturday evening) Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy and Pluto coming to each table Random “celebration time” every so often with children spinning napkins in the air (yes, back to the children) Sounds like the perfect place… → Read More

Napa Smith Organic IPA


I’m back! Fresh off a 7 night stay at Port Orleans Riverside, in the upcoming weeks I’ll be writing about dining, attractions, whatever else might come to mind at the moment, and of course beer. Let’s start with the beer I had with my meal at Chef Mickey’s. I’ll save Chef Mickey’s itself for another… → Read More

Uva Bar Beers and Bites


Better late than never, right?  While Scott is enjoying his adventures in Walt Disney World this week, I figured it was time to finally write up a beer review. Patrick and I headed out to Disneyland for the Half Marathon last September and continued our annual tradition (all two years so far) to stop for… → Read More

Goose Island India Pale Ale


In 2011, the Goose Island brewery was sold by its owner to AB-InBev for $38.8 million because they couldn’t meet demand for their products. Until recently, Goose Island wasn’t available in Texas at all. However, three of their beers have now been introduced in stores. The three I saw in the store the other day were… → Read More

Abita Spring IPA


Here’s something new for the spring from Abita. In addition to the Mardi Gras Bock that appears in the early part of the year, Abita started releasing this year a new seasonal called Spring IPA. This brew replaces Abita’s Red Ale, and to be honest I won’t miss their Red. Abita’s description of the beer:… → Read More

Ballast Point Sculpin IPA


Ballast Point’s beer is fairly new to Texas but has been brewing in San Diego for over 15 years. In 1992, Jack White opened Home Brew Mart in San Diego which provided brewing supplies to the homebrewing community in San Diego. By 1996, he and co-founder Yuseff Cherney started brewing Ballast Point beer in the… → Read More

Devil Dog Imperial IPA


And hello. You probably don’t remember me seeing as how my motivation to write blog posts is somewhat like my motivation to clean this house after a party. So you know, not there. As I experiment with other beers instead of relying solely on Lagunitas to fuel my alcoholism, I find that, man, there are… → Read More

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