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Brooklyn "K" is for "Kriek"

Founded in 1988, Brooklyn Brewery brews flavorful beers that enrich the lives, tradition, and culture of the communities it serves. Its award-winning roster of year-round, seasonal and specialty beers have gained notoriety as one of the top craft beer producers in the world. 254 more words

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North Coast Brewing PranQster Belgian Golden Ale

Here is part 2 of tonight’s double feature coming all the way from California: PranQster by North Coast Brewing. This is the second beer I’ve had by them and I have high expectations after sampling Old Rasputin (an Imperial Stout). 314 more words


Ommegang Witte

Happy Monday everybody! This week I’ve had the chance to review beers from two excellent breweries: Ommegang and North Coast Brewing. I was able to pick up a 4-pack of the Witte and the Pranqster from total wine for under $10/each after a fun fishing trip down to Islamorada in the Florida Keys. 263 more words


James E Pepper 1776 Ale

Like most whiskey aficionados, the folks at James E. Pepper also love a great beer. Particularly fond of barrel-aged brews, they decided to have some fun and make their own beer. 264 more words

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Barely Bearable Beer of the Month: Busch Light

In this month’s edition of Barely Bearable Beer of the Month, I am writing about a long-time favorite of my college days. The one and only Busch Light. 189 more words


Founders Blushing Monk

Founders Brewing Company is the cornerstone of the mighty Michigan craft beer scene. Founded in 1997 by Mike Stevens and Dave Engbers, this Grand Rapids brewery has become one of the fastest growing breweries in the country. 251 more words

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Cycle #5, 6, & 7

Here’s the next batch of beers I’ll be reviewing! I need to make up for all of the dead air on my end.

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