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Homebrew #14: Mild Stout in a Petite Keg

Continuing my transition to all-grain and smaller-batch brewing, I made a 2.5 gallon batch of stout for a work party. Pale malt, Maris Otter, and a little Crystal (80L), chocolate malt, roast barley, and flaked barley, with East Kent Goldings for the hops. 77 more words


Mondo's Tyler Stout Poster Sells Out Impossibly Fast! By Bots?

Over the last few years Mondo has made quite the name for themselves in the collectible poster business for releasing high quality limited edition posters. There’s just one problem; they’re also extremely hard to get your hands on them without coughing up a ton a cash on eBay. 317 more words


North Coast Barrel-Aged Old Rasputin XVII

Barrel-Aged Old Rasputin XVII 12.1% ABV
Russian Imperial Stout
North Coast Brewing Co.

1:47am:  I roll over and look at the clock.  “It should be at least 6am by now.” I think to myself.   995 more words


Guinness Draught

TASTE: Watered down and you can taste it right away. Dry, dry finish. This beer is a shell of itself, and it’s probably a crime to be drinking the current version of it when its heyday has been long gone. 148 more words



Ignacio and I have been going on lots of winter/holiday dates, or holidates, this season. A lot of it was the usual winter flair, but it was enjoyable nonetheless. 553 more words


Great Lakes Blackout Stout

Blackout Stout 9% ABV
Russian Imperial Stout
Great Lakes Brewing Co.

A beer “named after the infamous ‘Blackout of 2003’ that left the northeastern United States without power for days…  A nuisance for some, an enjoyable 36 hours of energy conservation and beer drinking with neighbors for others.” 478 more words


Slumbrew Yankee Swap 2014

The final beer review in Hoppy Boston’s barrel-aged beer week is Yankee Swap 2014, Slumbrew’s imperial stout aged in rum barrels from Turkey Shore distilleries. The first iteration of Yankee Swap (2013) used the same type of barrels, but was a completely different beer, an American strong ale instead of an imperial stout. 333 more words

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