San Diego Beer Week 2014
 

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Stockyard Oatmeal Stout

If you are looking to try some new beers, and haven’t figured out what it is you like, check out Trader Joes. They aren’t everywhere in the country, but they are popping up more and more all over the country. Trader Joes gets beers from all over the world, and only sells them to you […]

Big Wins For Browns Brewing Company

Big Wins For Browns Brewing Company

Brown’s Brewing Company wins two recent Brewery awards both with both regional and international recognition. The Matthew Vassar Cup was awarded to Brown’s Brewing Company in April recognizing Brown’s Brewing as “The Best Craft Beer Brewery in the Hudson Valley.” TAP NY is New York’s State premier brewers festival and competition held annually at Hunter […]

Review – Lagunitas Gnarleywine 2008

Review – Lagunitas Gnarleywine 2008

Lagunitas Gnarleywine 2008 – 22oz Bottle served in Stone Imperial Russian Stout Glass 9.1% abv. Appearance: Reddish copper letting a bit of light through. Leaves 3/4 inch white head and spotty lacing. Aroma: Apple cider and cinnamon, and various other spices that would go good with cider.

Guinness owner unveils $1bil brewing investment for Ireland

Diageo plc, owner of Guinness Ireland, today announced its intention to make a capital investment of €650 million ($1.004 billion)* in a new world-class brewing centre of excellence in Ireland to support the growth and development of its global beer business. This proposal would result in the rejuvenation of the historic St. James’s Gate brewery […]

The Story Behind the Beer – Samuel Smith’s

Beer has a deep and rich history; it is produced by a perfect blend of agriculture, art, science, and magic. Beer is fun, interesting and often even compelling. Beer is a topic for great songs, a fulfilling hobby, a symbol of companionship, an icebreaker, a real treat to the senses… and sometimes, a beer is […]

The Story Behind the Beer – Samuel Smith's

The Story Behind the Beer – Samuel Smith's

Beer has a deep and rich history; it is produced by a perfect blend of agriculture, art, science, and magic. Beer is fun, interesting and often even compelling. Beer is a topic for great songs, a fulfilling hobby, a symbol of companionship, an icebreaker, a real treat to the senses… and sometimes, a beer is […]

Review – Anderson Valley Boont ESB

Anderson Valley Boont ESB 6.8% abv Poured from a 12 ounce bottle into a room temperature pint glass. Appearance Orange and yellow colors intermingle, creating a deep golden color. The off-white two fingers of head create a beautiful head cap to this finely laced brew.

A Beer Lovers Month from Rubicon Brewing

A Beer Lovers Month from Rubicon Brewing

Okay, Beer Lovers… Get out your calendars! The month of May is filled to the brim with mouthwatering beer festivals and events: MAY 10TH: Join the Rubicon and all of your favorite breweries at the Boonville Beer Festival at the Mendocino County Fairgrounds. What could be better than friends, music, camping, and, of course…beer!

Review – Port Brewing 2nd Anniversary Ale

Review – Port Brewing 2nd Anniversary Ale

While still recovering from the most fun party I have ever attended, I am taking one for the team, and reviewing a growler of Port Brewing 2nd Anniversary Ale. I have had this on cask, bottle, and draft. This review is of the draft version. This brew could be considered a cousin of High Tide […]

Great Beer… Greater Cause

Great Beer… Greater Cause

Beer Auctions for Charity at Liquid Solutions – Rare and Vintage Beers Here is a great opportunity to donate some money to a good cause and get some great beer in return from one of the most popular online beer retailers in the country, Liquid Solutions near Portland: This year in conjunction with FredFest 2008 […]

Flying Fish Mail

We’re closing in on summer, but there’s plenty of stuff to do this month before we head downa shore. Meet Joe Sixpack At The Brewery This Friday 12th Edition of the perfect summer beer – Farmhouse Summer Ale SAVOR: A Craft Beer and Food Experience No Tours May 24 Garden State Brewers Guild Fest Tix […]

Review – Lagunitas Lumpy Gravy Ale

Review – Lagunitas Lumpy Gravy Ale

Lagunitas Lumpy Gravy Ale 7.2% abv Poured from a 22 ounce bottle into a glass mug. Appearance Dark, almost ruby red color with hints of purple and shades or dark mud or dirt. Very little light can pass through this somewhat murky beer but doing so reveals the lighter shades of brown that are present.

Allagash at the World Beer Cup 2008

Allagash at the World Beer Cup 2008

On April 19th, 2008, at the Craft Brewers Conference in San Diego, California, Allagash was awarded three medals in the World Beer Cup. Allagash Dubbel was awarded the Gold Medal in the Belgian-style Dubbel category. Allagash Tripel was awarded the Silver Medal in the Belgian-style Tripel category. Allagash Curieux was awarded the Bronze Medal in […]