The Aleheads list the Top Ten American Craft Beers! Kind of…
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 […]
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 marches on Kentucky to get an Indiana favorite that’s not available in Ohio. Huh??
Brother Barley joins John E. & Company for a ridiculous stout tasting. Epic fun.
The Rock Art Brewery is a nice little outfit in Morrisville, Vermont that began, like so many great craft breweries, in an Alehead’s basement. Today the operation has grown, though not by much, and that’s just the way that founder Matt Nadeau seems to like it. With a taste of fall in the air and […]
3 Hops for a solid, drinkable stout from Bell’s…the Kalamazoo.
3.5 Hops for an excellent, full-bodied Imperial Stout from Bell’s…the Expedition.
3 Hops for a great session stout…the Bell’s Special Double Cream.
2 Hops for both the Bell’s Cherry Stout and Bell’s Java Stout…two weak offerings from a normally excellent brewery.
If your idea of perfection is buried in a pint of Guinness, you’ll want to check out this Top 10 Stout list.
Brother Barley reviews the best Imperial Stouts in America. Will controversy arise? Most assuredly.
3 Hops for the Diesel…a smooth, solid stout from Sixpoint.
The Aleheads visit Japan.