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Wild Sage Brett Saison - Beer Review and Rumor

It was inevitable that this blog would review a beer from Crooked Stave. The artisanal brewery has become a bit of a legend not just in the state but across the country. 144 more words

Colorado Craft Beer

Beer Review: Volkan Black

       

Volkan Black is a black wheat lager from Santorini, filtered with “lava rock filters” (their quotes, not mine) and infused with citrus medica. The beer is slightly acrid with a medicinal (probably the citrus medica) taste and mineral quality (the lava rocks?!?!). 224 more words

Greek Beer

Beer - #815 - Lakeman - Badonkadonk

Friday night came about, and not a moment too soon really. The Nice people at Liquorland in Forrest Hill had a couple of tap change as the fill station, and since the Elvis Juice isn’t for me I happily settled for the Lakeman Brewing Badonkadonk. 723 more words

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Beer - #814 - Mata Fat Monk - White IPA

Aotearoa Mata / Fat Monk White IPA Mango Infused Collaboration – well now Beerclub beer again, comes around every week of course, and they like to test and push a little – this is ostensibly an IPA but it turns out that ‘Fruit Beer’ much more aptly describes this collaboration… 698 more words

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The Resurrection of the Dodo

If you’ve landed here in hopes of learning that the flightless bird which became extinct in the mid-late 1600s has miraculously reincarnated, I’m sorry to say you are in the wrong place for this is a different kind of dodo entirely. 368 more words

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Brewery Visit: My New Neighbors at Idle Hands Craft Ales

Having taunted me for months with announcements and signage, Idle Hands Craft Ales finally opened their new taproom in Malden, MA on July 7, 2016.  After being displaced from their original location by casino developers and finding a temporary home with Night Shift Brewing last year, they once again have a place of their own, offering samples and full pours of their beers and even a little bit of food as well. 471 more words

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Ipswich Riverbend Pils

There are a number of beer styles that work well with hot summer weather and one is clearly pilsner, especially the flavorful versions being produced by many talented American brewers. 304 more words

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