Check out my review of Collective Brewing Project’s Brett SMaSHY. This is an excellent beer.
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This week I reviewed Belgian Tripel by Bitter Sisters brewing company. Nice. Bitter Sisters’ Belgian Tripel is More Exciting Than the Name Suggests.
This week I review Black Jack Brown Ale by Four Bullets Brewing. Four Bullets’ Black Jack Brown Is Kind Of A Bust.
This week I review Mom Azacca, a dry-hopped witbier by The Collective Brewing Project. Collective Brewing Project’s Mom Azacca Is A Franken-Monster of Styles.
This week I review Ironhead IPA by Revolver Brewing Company. Revolver’s Ironhead IPA Really Floats Our Boat
For my very first all-grain batch, I opted for a nice, low gravity IPA. Gasp! There is some trash talk going around about the latest releases from craft brewers about their sessionable IPAs. I don’t see what the big deal is. I think that, to the purist, the IPA should never be session strength. But …
Here’s a quick follow up on the porter that I am working on. It’s Brian Smith’s Prestidigitation Porter from BeerSmith + a little tweaking. I added just a little bit of cascade hops from the garden and a homemade hazelnut extract. For the hazelnut extract, I just did a 1.5 week soak. I bought raw hazelnuts from …
Here ya go. You’re free to use this pumpkin stencil for your very own Cliff Lee jack-o-lantern. (Thanks to Kristen Shear for the inspiration.) Download the PDF. Here’s a quick preview. Simple enough.
This billboard ranks in the top 10 of the worst out there. Note to people out there that use this phrase: you have officially been “big timed” by this billboard. As of this post, you can see it on the East bound service road of George Bush Highway, just East of Coit Road in Plano.