Beer Archive

Beer Review

Surly Brewing and First Avenue +1

Surly Brewing and First Avenue, a local (for folks in Minneapolis) music venue, have come together for a tasty collaboration in +1. […]

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Almanac Mariposa

It looks like I’ve been on a bit of an Almanac run as of late, having just published a review for Astounding […]

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Boojum Brewing Galaxy Far, Far Away IPA

We’ve got neighbors that live across that street that occasionally thank us for watching their pets while they are away with beer […]

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Epic Big Bad Baptist

Epic Brewing’s Big Bad Baptist is one of those imperial stouts that I had heard of in chatting with other shop patrons […]

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Sierra Nevada Trip in the Woods Maple Scotch

Trip in the Woods, Sierra Nevada’s line of barrel-aged beers, has been around for a few years now, but I believe this […]

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Almanac Astounding Enterprises

It’s been almost a full year since Almanac beers started showing up in my area. And in that time I have come […]

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Schlafly Tangerine Lager

I don’t typically associate lagers and fruit flavors, but Schlafly has decided to embrace that relationship with their Tangerine Lager, a 5.5% […]

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Schlafly Passionfruit Saison

The third beer in Schlafly’s new, seasonal Frugi-Four Pack is their Passionfruit Saison (6% ABV, 15 IBU). Unlike the Pineapple IPA reviewed […]

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Schlafly Pineapple IPA

This past April, Schlafly Brewing announced the release of Frugi-Four Pack, a season variety mixed pack that includes Pineapple IPA, Passionfruit Saison, […]

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Evolution Rise Up

I’ve seen Evolution’s Rise Up Russian Imperial Stout on shelves before finally picking up a bottle this past April. Why I never […]

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Funky Buddha Maple Bacon Coffee Porter

In all of my years buying beer in Virginia, I had never crossed paths with Florida’s Funky Buddha. I’d certainly heard of […]

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Avery Brewing Tangerine Quad

Avery’s Tangerine Quad is, you guessed it, a Belgian-style quadrupel (brewed with tangerine peel), but there’s more to it than just that. […]