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Tuesday Reviewsday 8

It’s Tuesday and that means it’s still really far from Friday. And that sucks. But it also means I am sharing a beer with you! And that not-sucks. 865 more words


Wet Dream

Craft Beer

Brew Day: Brown Eye Woke 3.0

This will be our third iteration of Brown Eye Woke, it’s been probably our best received beer since we started brewing. Though a friend of ours made a comment that rang pretty true in regards to this beer: it is pretty one note. 777 more words


Bell's Best Brown Ale

Bell’s Brewery, Comstock, MI

Bell’s Best Brown Ale is a smooth, toasty fall seasonal beer that offers hints of cocoa and caramel.  With the help of American hops, the malt body has the depth to stand up to cooler weather without being heavy.   53 more words

Louisiana Beer Blog

Day 120: Renaissance Stone cutter Scotch ale

Shouldn’t that be Scottish ale? Pretty sure scotch is an offensive term unless used for whisky.

A Scottish ale is normally malty, full and quite strong. 44 more words

Brown Ale

No. 300 - Lagabière's Ordre de Toasts

No. 300 – Lagabière’s Ordre de Toasts

Almost there, only 200 more different beers to try before 31st December.  That works out at about 50 per month until the end of the year (I say about 50 per month because at the time of writing this, I’m now at 305 and I am likely to have a few more before the end of August).  279 more words


Day 117: Deep creek brewing company Dusty gringo India brown ale

Brewed by a company is never heard of in Auckland. The beer is made with American hops and in a style reminiscent of north England. How does that work? 105 more words

Brown Ale