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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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2014 Pumpkin Beer Recap


I’ve had several pumpkin beers this fall. Instead of writing a bunch of articles on them, I’m going do a recap instead to clear the slate a bit as the holiday beers start to appear in stores (Brown Shugga’, I’m waiting for you). Southern Tier Warlock Warlock is the imperial stout version of Southern Tier’s Pumking,… → Read More

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Shiner Wild Hare Pale Ale


It’s been a while, but this isn’t the first Shiner beer we’ve had on the site. Far from it actually; I reviewed the Shiner Family Reunion pack a while ago, which included the old standby Shiner Bock as well as other beers such as Hefeweizen and Kosmos Reserve. Shiner Bock does make an appearance at… → Read More

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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

Buffalo Bayou Gingerbread Stout

Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co. Gingerbread Stout


The other night my wife went to a “book club” Christmas party (they claim to read the book but it seems to be more of a gossip circle with wine than serious book review). While she was out, I decided an evening of watching a headless horseman decapitating people would be a good idea. So… → 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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Saint Arnold Divine Reserve #12


Back in July, Saint Arnold’s Divine Reserve #12 came out and I picked up a six pack. Divine Reserve #12 is an old ale David Rogers, a homebrewer, entered into the 16th annual Big Batch Brew Bash and won the contest. Saint Arnold then used the recipe to brew its 12th entry in the Divine… → Read More

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Jester King Boxer’s Revenge Organic Barrel-Aged Wild Ale


On George Orwell’s Animal Farm, Boxer was a strong work horse who was eventually killed after being overworked. The name for this Jester King beer, Boxer’s Revenge, suggests an alternate ending to Boxer’s story. Boxer worked himself nearly to death for the pigs and was repaid by being sent off to the glue factory. But what… → Read More

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Real Ale Brewing Co. Firemans #4


Light, smooth and a bit of a bready flavor, Firemans #4 from Real Ale is very easy to drink. It would be good to cool off with on a hot summer day. This blonde ale is somewhat similar in flavor to Kona Longboard even though this is an ale while Longboard is a lager.


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