Making noise in the blogosphere with beer.
The brewers at Two Roads are some pretty busy little beer makers. By my count, Two Roads has released 21 beers in just over a year in the brewing business - some are on in the regular rotation, some are seasonal, some were limited time offerings.
That's a lot of different beers in a relatively short period of time - nearly two a month! And, that's not including the firkins they do…Continue
Added by Brauista on February 1, 2014 at 2:46pm — No Comments
Date night found me enjoying hot wings, cold beer, the company of my adoring (if not adorable) husband, and a new craft beer from the tap list!
Oh, and a hot oil pizza with shrimp! Heavenly!
Don't you love it when the stars align and all is right with the…Continue
Added by Brauista on January 30, 2014 at 2:25pm — No Comments
Ninkasi was worshiped as the goddess of beer and alcohol in ancient Sumaria some 6000 thousand years ago. Her name means ‘the lady who fills the mouth'. Her duties as an immortal were to prepare the nectar of the gods - AKA beer - to "satisfy the desire" and "sate the heart".
Naturally, there is a brewery named after her. …
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Photobombing is the act of inserting oneself into the field of view of a photograph, often in order to play a practical joke on the photographer or the subjects by intentionally posing in other people's photos, for a later surprise...[read more here]
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There's no denying it's winter time. It's freaking cold out there! In fact, it's been beyond freezing for days and days. It appears that there is no end in sight. One might go so far as to say that we're well into a cold snap.
When I spied …
Added by Brauista on January 23, 2014 at 4:19pm — No Comments
Burleigh Brewing's limited edition FIGJAM was one of the first IPAs that I ever tasted, in a big and (at the time) imposing beast of a long-neck bottle. I was drawn in by the cheeky name and the skateboarding elephant motif, but despite having a bit of novelty factor behind the beer, it actually stays really true to the classic IPA formula, with a…Continue
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When I saw that Two Roads was releasing a new brewery-only beer this week, I made sure that I would be there the day it hit the taps.
The beer is a Belgian IPA (7% ABV) - is brewed with Belgian and American malts and fermented with a distinctive Belgian Ale yeast that…
Added by Brauista on January 17, 2014 at 5:17pm — No Comments
Frye's Leap (6.00% ABV) was served in a shaker pint. I arrived with a finger of foam that clung to the sides of the glass.
The aroma was a sharp citrussy twang and resinous hops.
The taste was hoppy right off the bat;…
Added by Brauista on January 16, 2014 at 12:38pm — No Comments
There are so many barrel aged brews out there. Some are subtle, some are so strong they might as well be what was actually fermented in the barrel. I tend prefer the brews that lean toward the lighter side; I like my beer to taste a little something like beer.
Backwoods Bastard by …
Added by Brauista on January 16, 2014 at 10:09am — No Comments
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Added by Jason Torres on January 13, 2014 at 12:40pm — No Comments
OK, so I've mentioned the "3 Tier" system in the beer industry a few times. It's something not a lot of people understand or even know about, so I figured that would be the topic of this post.
First of all, given this system came into being immediately after prohibition, a time when states rights to self govern were actually respected, this system often varies wildly from state to state. For obvious reasons I'll be focusing on the implementation of this system in New York.…
Added by Justin Cole Frawley on January 13, 2014 at 12:59am — No Comments
So there are 2,483 Craft or Micro breweries/brew pubs and 24 large non-craft breweries in the country. Those thousands of craft breweries make up only 15 percent of the total gross beer sales in the country off-premise (supermarkets, liquor stores, etc). The other 85 percent belongs to those large non-craft breweries, most of which are owned by two companies: Anheuser-Busch/In-Bev and MillerCoors.
Now, craft beer is the only sector of the industry that actually…
Added by Justin Cole Frawley on January 10, 2014 at 5:26pm — No Comments
Sometimes I buy a beer because I like a brewery. Sometimes because I like a particular style. Sometimes because it was recommended.
I bought this beer because liked the name. And the parrot on the label has a ring through it's beak. And, it's an IPA.
Cool name, fun packaging, and…
Added by Brauista on January 8, 2014 at 3:57pm — No Comments
I was shocked when I saw the condition of the care package sent to me all the way from Belgium. The box was split and bubble wrap was hanging out. Out of the three bottles of Brouwerij Westvleteren beer sent to me only two survived. Thankfully…
Added by Brauista on January 3, 2014 at 4:44pm — No Comments
I have a friend who lives in Belgium. Belgium has some of the oldest, most outstanding breweries in the world. Of course, a lot of the beer brewed in the good ol' USofA is nothing to shake a stick at either.
I've known this fellow for quite a few years and it never occurred to me to do a beer swap with…
Added by Brauista on January 3, 2014 at 12:24pm — No Comments
See the review here! : http://beerbellyuk.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/english-b-bock-6-batemans-brewery.html…Continue
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603 is a newish brewery located in the heart of New Hampshire. Founded in 2012 by three friends and homebrewers, they started out by taking advantage of New Hampshire's special classification for nano breweries.
A nano brewery can produce no more than…
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