Lord Copperpot laments the mixing of two of his beloved indulgences.
Craft beer is growing in leaps and bounds…and it shows no signs of slowing down.
Sierra Nevada Beer Camp 2013 has gone IPA. But is that a good thing?
Kid Carboy taste tests six new beers from Chicago’s newly relaunched Berghoff Brewing.
Slouch gives a rundown of Victory’s barrel-aging experiments.
Let’s talk about the All Day IPA, shall we?
Kid Carboy Jr. tastes a trio of firefighter-themed brews from California.
Pickle Burke drops by and tells us about the Heavy Handed from Two Brothers.
Kid Carboy Jr. tastes a panel of German oktoberfest brews and crowns a winner.
Kid Carboy Jr. expounds upon his love of sessionable Oktoberfest brews.
A few weeks back, one of my locals was having a pint night featuring an Australian brewery who’s products had just started to appear stateside, one Mountain Goat Beer out of Melbourne, who have been making ales since 1997 yet had just started appearing in the states. I was very intrigued, as I my experience […]
Kid Carboy tastes the “value imperial stout” brother of Southern Tier 2XIPA and is less than blown away.
Kid Carboy tastes New Belgium’s latest fall seasonal beer and is rather unimpressed.
Brother Barley conducts a rather pointless DIPA taste-test. Still fun though.
Recently, I found myself sitting in a car on Friday afternoon, at the border of the United States and Canada, anxiously awaiting a weekend of delicious Seattle hop-bombs on the way back from suffering through nine days of weak Canadian swill.* I thought I had nothing to fear. I thought my suffering was over. I […]
Kid Carboy tastes a coveted brew (which is any brew) from Indiana’s Three Floyds.
Kid Carboy tastes an excellent red ale from Milwaukee’s Lakefront Brewery.
Brother Barley introduces the paradigm-shifting Plus-Minus Rating system for beer.
Brother Barley cracks into a Heady Topper from The Alchemist. Yum!
Kid Carboy tries the first canned beer from Two Brothers Brewing, Outlaw IPA.