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Tasting Notes: Blackjack: Native Sun 2014 (Pinot Noir Barrel Aged)

Blackjack: Native Sun 2014 (Pinot Noir Barrel Aged) (England: Dopplebock: 8.5% ABV)

Visual: Deep black cherry red to brown. Moderate rich chocolate froth.

Nose: Chocolate shavings. 458 more words

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Guess What's Bock? Bock Again? Two Roads' Bock! Tell a Friend . . .

“Without Brew” to the tune of “Without Me” by Eminem

Guess what’s bock? Bock again?

Two Roads’ Bock, tell a friend.

Guess what’s bock

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Beer Regions: Germany, Pt. II

Hello everyone!

It’s time yet again to talk about beer regions, so we’re going to pop right back in with Germany.

WAR, WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR? 1,181 more words

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Celebrator

For my first ever beer review, I have chosen Celebrator, by Ayinger Brewery.  This is a perfect beer to celebrate the winter season and the new year. 452 more words

Smuttynose S'muttonator

Hoppy Boston Dopplebock Week continues with a review of S’muttonator, the bold and malty lager from Smuttynose Brewing Company in Portsmouth, NH. I think Smuttynose has set a blueprint for how a brewery can grow and expand distribution while still staying cutting edge and innovative. 243 more words

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Sam Adams Double Bock

Craft brewers seem to be very competitive, which has led to the rise of a number of judged beer competitions in the US and internationally. Typically brewers submit their strongest beers and a set of judges do a blind tasting and award medals for the best beers in a particular style. 301 more words

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Troegs Troegenator

I have spent the last few months focused on drinking and reviewing malty beers, especially malty lagers. My frequent readers might notice that there is one style I haven’t touched upon, the dopplebock. 282 more words

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