While New Belgium‘s transformation through the years from kick-ass Colorado craft brewer to pretty big time national brewer resulted in a predictable decline in quality of the product, it must be acknowledged […]
Okay, so I’m a pimp for Elliott Bay. But this lager is incredible. Rich, although not as heavy as a stout, and aged in Heaven Hills bourbon casks. The result is a […]
Oh. Muhgod. If I blindfolded you and held this to your nose you’d think you were smelling a tart red wine vinegar. But give it a taste. Pure magic. Brewed back in […]
Maybe I’m biased, but I’ve always felt like holiday brews should be bold, audacious even. Laurelwood’s seasonal pumpkin strikes a lovely note body-wise – it’s a nicely balanced amber that’s very “drinkable” (although […]
Tasty coppery ale with crisp pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg high notes and rich malt body.