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2008 Archive

Feb 5, 2008

Bud Light: Suck One

There were some decent ads this past Super Bowl Sunday, but there’s only one genre we all really pay attention to — […]

Feb 3, 2008

Giants Win The Big One

Again, one of those rare non-beer related posts, but as a huge NY Giants fan, I just want to scream at the […]

Feb 2, 2008

Session #13

The Session #13 Has Been Announced It’s time to get organic with next months Session. I’ve already had all the organic brews […]

Feb 1, 2008

The Church of Beerontology

So you’ve been looking for a controversial belief system based on a person being an immortal spiritual being whose survival depends on […]

Feb 1, 2008

The Session #12: Barleywine

It’s the first Friday of February and you all know what that means. It’s time for The Session — a monthly event […]

Jan 30, 2008

Wychwood Bah Humbug

OK. This is the last winter/holiday seasonal… I swear. As usual Wychwood’s label artwork quickly drew me to this one in the […]

Jan 29, 2008

Session Reminder

Session #12: The Barleywine Don’t forget that this Friday is Session #12. Grab your favorite Barleywine for the occasion.

Jan 28, 2008

Beer Tune #3

Here’s the third installment of the Beer Tune feature. Good luck. Warm beer and cold women, I just don’t fit in Every […]

Jan 25, 2008

Carlsberg Vintage No. 1

Carlsberg Will Sell $400 Beer at Gourmet Restaurants “…which costs 357 times more than Carlsberg’s main Danish brand Carlsberg Pilsner, contains hints […]

Jan 25, 2008

Scottish & Newcastle Agrees to Bid

UK brewer Scottish & Newcastle (S&N) has agreed to be bought by Carlsberg and Heineken for £7.8bn ($15.3bn). It still needs approval […]

Jan 24, 2008

2006 Gouden Carolus Noel

This is my last review from the winter beers that had been in the basement for the last year. Of the two […]

Jan 22, 2008

RateBeer Best 2008

RateBeer Best 2008 “Over 1.4 million times, RateBeer.com beer reviewers worldwide have raised a glass to review a new beer. We’ve tallied […]