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Dank IPA – Bluegrass Brewing Co. – Review

This week I picked up a howler of Dank IPA at the BBC in St Matthews, the oldest current brewery in the city (and state). I spoke with head brewer David Pierce about the beer. He said he was shooting ...

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Big Rock IPA by Great Flood Brewing – Review

Now that autumn is officially here I know you really want a pumpkin beer review. You want one to read while you are drinking your pumpkin spice latte and eating your pumpkin muffin, but sadly this is not a pumpkin ...

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Citrafest – 450 North Brewing – review

The body of this 450 North Brewing Citrafest session IPA, from Columbus Indiana, was a deep golden-apricot color. It had a creamy off-white head that did not linger. Depending on where you look a session beer is defined as a ...

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60 Second Beer Review: Yazoo Brewing Company Sue (Video)

LouisvilleBeer.com acquired some of Nashville’s finest, Yazoo’s Sue – an Imperial Smoked Porter. I kinda fell in love…all over again. The post 60 Second Beer Review: Yazoo Brewing Company Sue (Video) appeared first on LouisvilleBeer.com. LouisvilleBeer.com » Beer Reviews

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Uinta Brewing won my heart last year

Like a sultry dame, they caught my eye, wet my lips, and stole my heart faster than I could even finish a glass of their amazing fermented beverage.  Although it isn’t distributed here in Kentucky (Gosh, I write that a lot ...

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Big Woods Brewing Co. Hare Trigger IPA

Glass rinsed. Cap pried. Expectations low. A few Saturdays ago, my wife and I travelled to Brown County, Indiana so she could photograph a wedding and so I could drink some beer. Big Woods Brewing Company was one of the ...

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Knotty Pine DIPA – Country Boy Brewing

My pour from a fresh growler of Country Boy Brewing Knotty Pine DIPA produced a hazy light peach colored body with a tight and white, creamy head.  A thin cap remained throughout and left spotty lacing inside the glass.   The ...

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