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Goose Island and the Return to Chicago

I have a lot of fond memories of Chicago.

Longtime readers may remember that I was there back in 2012, where I went to C2E2 with my partner at the time, hung out with a few of my friends (some from Chicago, others from NYC), and tried a LOT of fantastic beers. 1,347 more words

Field Trips

Goose Island Bourbon County Vanilla Rye, It is Actually that Good. God Damn it.

DDB is no stranger to eating shovelfuls of molten crow.  Back when I was yapping off at the nanners before the BA Barleywine tasting, the midwest cleaned up and Great got the heisman right to the chest.   557 more words

Goose Island Beer Company: 2014 Bourbon County Stout Lineup

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On a goose chase for good craft beer

I have never woken up early to stand in line for Black Friday specials. I would never consider shopping sales on Thanksgiving eve. So it might seem crazy that I agreed to leave the Detroit area this past Black Friday at 12:30am to drive 4.5 hours to Chicago….for a special beer release. 863 more words

Random Travels & Exploring

The Friday Link Roundup 28.11.14

The Friday Link Roundup is a feature wherein Ben’s Beer Blog lazily points you to other beery things worth reading on the interwebs this week. 98 more words

Friday Link Roundup

[Day 1] Goose Island Bourbon County Stout

Yeah. You guessed it. MY FAVORITE BEER IN THE WORLD.

Considering this whole 12 Beers of Christmas thing is supposed to be about holiday and winter beers, I’m feeling pretty lucky that my favorite beer on earth just happens to be a winter release. 460 more words


Black Friday at Goose Island

What’s a better way to kick off the holiday season than to spend a day trying various Goose Island Bourbon County Brand Stouts? Nothing. I skipped my usual shopping routine this year in both protest of businesses opening on Thanksgiving and lack of interest in sales. 1,485 more words

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