The Commander climbs out of his hole to review a classic West Coast DIPA.
Doc re-embarks on his mission to try every beer that Lost Abbey has ever made. This time up – The Red Barn Ale. Big surprise, it’s awesome.
The Commander does not need collaborators to wage a campaign at his new local package store, coming back with a superb collaboration Scotch Ale from a trio of San Diego brewers.
The Commander rallies the troops for happy hour in a blizzard and emerges triumphant with a remarkable British-style Double Imperial Stout.
Brother Barley treks to NorCal where he samples one of the finest brews in all the land…Pliny the Elder.
In an effort to make commitment stick, Doc profiles Port Brewing and Lost Abbey.
Looking for a little sumpin’ extra? Come check out a tasting of Lagunitas Little Sumpin’ Extra! Ale.
Spring is here, and with the help of Anchor Bock Beer, we’ll all transition out of the Winter doldrums quite well.
AleSmith IPA – What good ole’ fashion craft brewing is all about.
In case you ever needed to whip out some quick Danish, Rugbrod means Rye Bread in the native tongue. Is that useful knowledge? Probably not. Would it be better if you learned about a delicious offering from Orange County CA? I would think so. I don’t generally go on and on about a particular brewery […]