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Saint Arnold Fancy Lawnmower and Weedwacker


This article started as a review of Weedwacker; however, Weedwacker and Fancy Lawnmower share the same formula except for the yeast used. Having not tasted Lawnmower either, this has turned into a double-fisted review; Lawnmower in one hand and Weedwacker in the other. Let’s start with Fancy Lawnmower, a Kölsch-style beer. It’s golden, crystal clear,… → Read More

Saint Arnold Divine Reserve #9 – 19 Months Later


Check out the photo from my new photography studio! It may or may not be made from a cardboard box, tissue paper, masking tape, and poster board. But that’s not why you’re here… on with the beer! I previously reviewed Divine Reserve #9 by Saint Arnold about 12 months after its release; it was still… → Read More

Saint Arnold Elissa IPA


It’s almost unfair to drink this after drinking Divine Reserve #11. As Saint Arnold’s normal IPA it’s pretty good, but the comparisons to Divine Reserve #11 are inevitable. It’s much more muted than Divine Reserve #11. Heck, it’s more muted than Lagunitas IPA and Abita Jockamo IPA too. That being said, this beer is extremely… → Read More

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

St. Arnold Divine Reserve #10


Tonight I’m having the latest from the St. Arnold Divine Reserve series, #10.  This one is an English barleywine and is based on the recipe of a Houston homebrewer who won the Big Batch Brew Bash.  It’s 11% ABV with a sweet and somewhat hoppy taste; the beer also looks thicker than it is.  I… → Read More

Saint Arnold Divine Reserve #9


Tonight, after a successful TweetWatch of Muppet Christmas Carol (thanks Ryan), I broke out a bottle of Saint Arnold Divine Reserve #9. The Divine Reserve series are limited edition single batch “big beers” from Texas’ oldest craft brewery. This particular beer is an Imperial Pumpkin Stout and was purchased over a year ago.  I have… → Read More

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