Beerford reviews Ninkasi’s Imperiale imperial stout.
Brother Barley gets his hands on the legendary Founders CBS. Mmm…
Age the Old Stock, drink the KBS immediately. Want to know more?
Cask Beerouac contributes a guest post about his adventures at this year’s Cigar City Hunahpu Day.
4 Hops for the incredible Goose Island Bourbon County Brand Stout. Mmmm…
Slouch and Hordeum review the venerable Marshal Zhukov’s Imperial Stout; the beer appears at first sight an extremely obvious, trivial thing. But its analysis brings out that it is a very strange thing, abounding in metaphysical subtleties and theological niceties.
The Commander rallies the troops for happy hour in a blizzard and emerges triumphant with a remarkable British-style Double Imperial Stout.
4 Hops for a big, bad, bourbon barrel-aged beauty from Port…the Older Viscosity.
Since the Aleheads began LiveChatting episodes of Brew Masters, the Discovery Channel’s ill-conceived reality series “starring” Sam Calagione, we’ve been thoroughly and unabashedly slamming the Dogfish Head brewery. There are plenty of reasons for this. First, we’re assholes. That just goes without saying. Second, when you sign up for a reality series, you’re basically signing […]
Brother Barley joins John E. & Company for a ridiculous stout tasting. Epic fun.
Brother Barley, The Commander, and Lord Copperpot stop by Petaluma, California to clock some face time at Lagunitas.
A look at the Best Beers in America over 12% ABV (Alcohol by Vol.). My head hurts just writing that.
2 Hops for both the Bell’s Cherry Stout and Bell’s Java Stout…two weak offerings from a normally excellent brewery.
3.5 Hops for a spectacular dessert beer from Southern Tier…the Mokah.
Brother Barley reviews the best Imperial Stouts in America. Will controversy arise? Most assuredly.
3.5 Hops for the exceptional Great Divide Yeti Imperial Stout.
BrewDog and The Bruery reveal the good and bad of trying to rise above the crowd.
A follow-up to the Southern Comforts post shows a full tasting on Sweetwater’s way too drinkable Imperial Stout.
It’s Valentine’s Day, so on this holiest of holy days, we commemorate the day that Jesus invented chocolate, flowers, and greeting cards. While I certainly ate my fair share of chocolate today, I don’t think anyone wants to hear me describe the heavenly bitterness of dark Mexican chocolate or the unparalleled creaminess of an Icelandic […]