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Hacker-Pshorr Munchner Kellerbier

Try saying that after a few.

Appearance: Golden, massive head.

Aroma: Strong lager

Taste: Strong, malty, lager

Score: 7

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Belgian Single

I recently visited Cooperstown, NY and checked out Ommegang. I’ve always considered┬átheir beer as one of the best Belgian “US” breweries (yeah, they’re owned by Duvel, so what?). 150 more words


Oktoberfests+ Pretzels

Pretzel your palette with some quaffable seasonals tonight. Enjoy complimentary pretzels to pair with your Oktoberfest suds and sip on some delicious gourd-themed brews. From 5-7pm, Robin will delight many of your five senses. 258 more words


Imperial Bourbon Coffee Stout

This will be the biggest beer I’ve ever made (all-grain at least), and the malt bill definitely shows it for a 5 gallon batch. The recipe is based off a widely available clone of Founders Kentucky Breakfast Stout (KBS for short), which is one of my favorite “big” beers; generally I’m not a huge fan of harsh high ABV beers but this one is extremely robust, complex, and most importantly, smooth. 222 more words


Olde Potting Shed Sneaky Beaky

Appearance: Amber, small creamy head.

Aroma: Malty.

Taste: Malty, sweet, hint of caramel.

Score: 7.

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Alnwick Northern Light

Appearance: Cloudy, light brown, creamy head.

Aroma: Malt, slightly sour.

Taste: Malty, slight caramel after.

Score: 7.5

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Sierra Nevada Nooner

Appearance: Light golden, big head.

Aroma: Fresh.

Taste: Smooth, malty, lager. Leaves palate dry. Sweetness builds throughout drink – a bit too sweet for me.

Score: 6.

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