Monthly Archives: July 2011
I really enjoy schwarzbiers, but they’re definitely not a style you see all that often, even in this age of increasing craft beer enlightenment. I imagine that’s because they’re kind of a relic and caught stylistically inbetween a bunch of other places–a dark beer that is also crisp, not as powerfully flavored as your porters […]
Slouch visits Tröegs Brewing Company in Harrisburg, PA.
Burglaries bedevil Birmingham brewers!
Beerford picks his top ten best cow beer labels.
Doc breaks from tradition and samples an easy-drinking, basic Amber Ale from Ballast Point – The Calico. Not every beer has to be 10% ABV and 100 IBU’s after all.
The Aleheads give a shout-out to their new friends at BeerSoaked.com.
Kid Carboy Jr. tastes some imperial pilsner and deafens and deafens onlookers with a ear-shattering “meh.”
The Commander climbs out of his hole to review a classic West Coast DIPA.
Beerford reviews Mad River Brewing’s Serious Madness Black Ale.
Kid Carboy Jr. tackles a NEW Busch-led brewery forming in St. Louis and asks “why God?”
Slouch examines the recent spat between Brew Dog and the Campaign for Real Ale.
Kid Carboy tastes Avery’s new anniversary ale, a dry-hopped rye saison.
The Black Butte “Birthday Reserve” Imperial Porter is one of Deschutes Brewing’s most anticipated releases every year. It is an imperial version of their already excellent Black Butte Porter, one of my favorite porters out there. Adding to the anticipation this year, last year’s batch was cancelled when it was discovered that the chocolate nibs […]
Today would have been Magnus’s 33rd birthday. Help us remember him…
Beerford reviews Block 15’s Wandlepad Belgian Blonde.
Slouch and Barley talk Raging Bitch, craft cans, and the slippery slope of Shock Top.
Brother Barley reviews this year’s batch of Sam Adams Longshot brews.
Brother Barley introduces the newest ale factory in Alabama: Salty Nut Brewery!
Beerford chats about a new biodigester technology using brewery waste.