Posts Tagged ‘hops’
 
 
 
blog
 
Garnished beer.
Garnished beer.
Garnished beer.

Beer, with a Garnish

We recently celebrated Cinco De Mayo and with that you see a lot of Mexican lagers with limes stuck in the top of the bottle or on the side of the glass. This may be nothing new, but it got us thinking–what is the deal with the...
 
 
beer
 

#ipaday: a recap

Yes, yes, I know. IPA Day was on August 1st, and it is now August 5th. It’s called “BEING BUSY LIVING” and also “TRYING TO ENJOY MY BEER, SHUT UP.” Ryan and myself partook in this year’s IPA ...
 

 
blog
 

Barley and Hops – I now pronounce you Man and WIfe

Call me crazy but I had a thought (could be the fact I’ve been up for almost 24 hours), what if hops and barley were to be married? Who I wonder would be the man and who would be the woman? Here is my theory … barle...
 
 
blog
 

Belhaven Scottish Stout

Beer Review: Belhaven Scottish Stout - LOTBTBD from LOTBTBD on Vimeo. Hands down one of the greatest stouts we have ever had. We give this a 5 out of 5 on draft. It's dark roast flavor with caramel hints blended so brilliantly ...
 
 
blog
 

Newcastle Draft Keg review

Newcastles PR was kind enough to send us a draft keg of their lovely brown ale for us to review.(You may have seen that Heineken has one just like it, they own newcastle). A perfect example of a Brown (pub) ale, Newcastle has b...
 

 
blog
 

The Lost Beer Review: Guinness 250th Anniversary

This is a review we lost from summer of 09. This is the famous Guinness 250th Anniversary stout that came out last year in limited quantity. We cannot say enough about this brilliant beer. If you had a chance to try it then you...
 
 
 
blog
 

Beer Review: Railbender Ale

Railbender Ale from Erie Brewing Co. is one that we had not a lot to say about. It was not horrible in any respect but very cut and dry in flavour. Very malty and sweet was the most we got out of this, with a agreed rating of 2...
 

 
blog
 

Beer Review: Pyramid Snow Cap Winter Warmer

Snow cap winter warmer is a sweet malty seasonal with a low hop bitterness. Comparable to others in its class this one stands out a bit from it's reliance on the sweet malty flavours. we have this about a 3.5 from luke and 3.1 ...
 
 
blog
 

Warsteiner Premium Dunkel

This episode we talk about a premium German beer called Wasteiner. A malty dunkel, this beer is the excellent example of fine German brewing and taste. We rate this beer an average of 4.5.
 
 
blog
 

The Beer Baron

It’s time for summer to roll in and I’ve got a load of beers to keep the weather from beating me down. What i’d like to know is what do you drink?