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Stillwater Stateside Saison Beer Review

Baltimore’s Stillwater Artisanal Ales is a brewery that was heretofore unknown to me, but I came across their stuff in the store the other day and picked up a couple of bottles to check them out. Looking over their list ...

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Southern Tier Goat Boy Beer Review

Tonight I will be checking out a new Weizenbock from Southern Tier Brewing Company called Goat Boy, which has 7.5% Alcohol By Volume (ABV). Goats are of course frequently associated with the various bock styles of beer, and the one ...

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Stillwater Existent Beer Review

The other night I had my first look at Baltimore’s Stillwater Artisanal Ales, and tonight I will check out another of their Saisons with Stillwater Existent, which has 7.4% Alcohol By Volume. On the label is the negative of a famous picture ...

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Every Beer is an IPA

This morning I was looking at an ad in a beer magazine for a new mix pack from Sierra Nevada called the 4-Way IPA variety pack, which has Torpedo, their regular IPA, a White IPA, a Black IPA and a ...

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Odell Tree Shaker Imperial Peach IPA

The other day I noticed a beer from Odell Brewing Company that I hadn’t tried before, so tonight I will be popping the top on Odell Tree Shaker Imperial Peach IPA. Sporting a hefty 10.1% Alcohol By Volume (ABV), Tree ...

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White Birch Tavern Ale Beer Review

New Hampshire’s White Birch Brewing Company first started distributing their beers here in Minnesota last year, and so far I haven’t given them too close of a look, but tonight I will be checking out another beer of theirs. It ...

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Indeed Hot Box Beer Review

Minneapolis brewery Indeed Brewing Company has been making me more a fan each time I try a new beer from them, and tonight I hope that streak continues with Indeed Hot Box, which is a Chile Beer with 9% Alcohol ...

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New Belgium Gruit Beer Review

Gruit is a style of beer that interests me quite a bit, both because of its contemporary rarity as well as its historical importance. Today I noticed that the latest Lips of Faith offering from New Belgium Brewing Company was ...

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Gruit Style Guide

Prior to the Reinheitsgebot, many different herbs were used in place of hops for their preservative, bittering, and often intoxicating properties. Stephen Buhner argues in his book Sacred Herbal and Healing Beers that this law was the first controlled substances ...

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Alaskan Jalapeno Imperial IPA Beer Review

Tonight I will be checking out a new entry in the Pilot Series of beers from Alaskan Brewing Company with their Jalapeno Imperial IPA, which is a Chile Beer with 8.5% Alcohol By Volume. One the label is a painting of ...

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