The Aleheads list the Top Ten American Craft Beers! Kind of…
Lord Copperpot’s got questions; the Aleheads have answers.
This weekend, I had the opportunity to visit Cavalry Brewing in Oxford Connecticut. Cavalry is owned and operated by Mike McCreary, a veteran and victim of the Great Recession of 2008-10. When Mike’s company downsized a couple years ago, he took the opportunity to travel to England and learn how to make beer. The result […]
Brother Barley examines the past and present of rye beer.
3.5 Hops for a tasty dark brew from Stone…the Smoked Porter.
3 Hops for a decent, dark brew from Hoppin’ Frog…the Silk Porter.
3 Hops for the smooth-drinking Oatmeal Porter from Highland.
2 Hops for an unremarkable porter…the LouLou from Hopfenstark.
I’ve always been a fan of Long Trail, although I feel that they play second/third fiddle to Magic Hat and Otter Creek when it comes to Vermont’s best. I was excited to finally find a bottle from their Brewmaster Series and I certainly wasn’t disappointed with the results. Very dark pour from a 22, nice carbonation and […]