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#42 Brewdog Jet Black Heart - thick, silky, soothing and fresh

Review #42 – Brewdog Jet Black Heart 75/100

As of late, I’ve been somewhat disenchanted by Brewdog – I’m not sure whether it’s the ridiculous premium they put on all beers in their bars, the almost identical plethora of IPAs, the fact they are looking and sounding more and more like the leviathan breweries that they started out so different from, or maybe it is a mixture of all the above.   323 more words

Craft

Fr. 718

It may be that this difference in the conception of ideal justification follows from an unannounced paradigm shift. While Rawls would seem to prefer an efficient justification capable of yielding a single judgment for all time without, ideally, backwards movement, Stout would set out from an opposed position whereon a dialectical, circular movement would issue in positions to which we incessantly come back. 539 more words

Philosophy

Fr. 717

In choosing one conception of justice over another, we are confronted with a plurality of possible instantiations of our principles and between which certain may embody our considered principles equally well. 602 more words

Philosophy

Fr. 716

How do we justify the (basic) structure of society? This question follows from the conjunction of two distinct problems: the problem of society and that of justification, broadly considered. 543 more words

Philosophy

Final Gravity Brewing Company, Richmond, VA

I stopped in at Final Gravity Brewing Company (conveniently co-located with Original Gravity Homebrew Supply) in Richmond, Virginia.  For a nano brewery they certainly had a number of beers to try.  44 more words

Brewery

Sierra Nevada Beer Camp Part 2

Yesterday I reviewed the first three beers in Sierra Nevada’s Beer Camp 12-pack. Today I’ll continue with the final three and some thought on the pack as a whole. 450 more words

Beer Review

Irish Whiskey Finish by Innis & Gunn

Name: Irish Whiskey Finish
Brewery: Innis & Gunn
Country: UK (Scotland)
Style: Stout – special/other
Rating: 4.5 / 5

Guys it’s pretty rare that I rate a beer over 4 out of 5.

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