Monthly Archives: August 2010
2 Hops for a perfectly bland brew from Tortuga…the Chocolate Stout.
A beer popsicle! But why are they using Tecate?!
The canned craft beer revolution continues.
3 Hops for a fascinating witbier from Jolly Pumpkin…the Calabaza Blanca with Hibiscus.
During my recent trip to the Deschutes Brewery, I had the chance to try a number of great beers. Top of the list was Black Butte XXII, an imperial stout brewed in a limited release batch commemorating the brewery’s 22nd anniversary. Because you can’t get a lot of these beers elsewhere, I thought it might […]
3 Hops for a fun, drinkable Wild Ale from Jolly Pumpkin…La Roja.
As many of you know, Deschutes Brewery is a favorite around here. Although I can’t get their beer on the East Coast, I make a point to get some every time I go visit family in the Pacific Northwest. During the family vacation this year, we were out in central Oregon, and were able to […]
3.5 Hops for a spectacular dessert beer from Southern Tier…the Mokah.
If your idea of perfection is buried in a pint of Guinness, you’ll want to check out this Top 10 Stout list.
3 Hops for an interesting experiment from Terrapin…their Belgian-Style Scotch Ale, the Reunion ’10.
Four Hops for the Four from Allagash. How appropriate.
Brother Barley reviews the best Imperial Stouts in America. Will controversy arise? Most assuredly.
3 Hops for a drinkable, well-rounded BSDA from Caracole…the Nostradamus.
3 Hops for a funky Belgian IPA from Stone…the Cali-Belgique.
A highly rated Double IPA from Massachusetts? I can’t believe it either.
2.5 Hops for a very interesting, but very unbalanced Imperial Pilsner from Sweetwater…the Magnum IP.
2.5 Hops for a rather bland ESB from Sweetwater…the Motor Boat.
3 Hops for an exceptionally drinkable IPA from Sweetwater.
As if we needed another Top 10, Doc kicks aside some hops and tackles the best of American Pale Ale.