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Elysian Punkuccino

In my beer drinking history, I’ve had plenty of coffee porters and plenty of pumpkin porters, but I believe this may be […]

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Escutcheon Brewing Agonic Line Lager

I like a good lager, especially a Vienna-style lager. And, if Escutchon Brewing has done anything in my experiences with them, it’s […]

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Escutcheon Brewing Growler Kolsch

As I have stated more than a few times on this site, the Kolsch style holds a special spot in my drinking […]

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Rogue Dead N’ Dead

Many moons ago, Rogue Dead Guy was a staple in the Barley Blog household. This was a time when there weren’t nearly […]

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North Coast Old Stock Ale 2017 Cellar Reserve

North Coast’s Old Stock Ale was one of the first products that I started cellaring once that bug hit several years ago. […]

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North Coast Barrel-Aged Old Rasputin XXI

North Coast’s Russian imperial stout, Old Rasputin, is one of my favorite beers. It was one of the first readily available stouts […]

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Stone Brewing 22ND Anniversary Anni-Matter Double IPA

Stone Brewing hosts an annual, internal competition with their brewery team — pairing up in twos in order to create new and […]

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Firestone Walker Luponic Distortion No. 10

Let’s start off the new year with a review for an IPA that I encountered back in August — yes, I am […]

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Ship Bottom Wooden Jetty

Every now and again, the wife house sits for a friend of ours. And whenever, they get back from their destination, they […]

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Dogfish Head Fruit-Full Fort

Dogfish Head’s Fruit-Full Fort is a twist on one of the company’s classic releases — Fort. I don’t believe the original beer […]

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Stone Mojay IPA

Before we really get into the hazy details of this IPA, let’s first take a look at its official name — Corey […]

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Surly Mortal Sun American Porter

As mentioned in Liquid Stardust review, this years Frost Pack from Surly includes a couple of new beers. That first was a […]