Episode 113 features Sierra Nevada CANfusion – a collaboration brewed with Oskar Blues for the Beer Camp Across America 12-pack. It’s a hoppy rye bock, standing out as one-of-two cans in the epic variety pack. Interestingly enough, both cans are bocks. Does this one have bite?
Episode 110 features an all-star cast whose family businesses – Leinenkugel’s Brewing Company and Sartori Cheese – have become two of the most highly respected beer and cheese makers in the country. John Leinenkugel and Bert Sartori were born and raised in Wisconsin, so they naturally know a thing or two about beer. And cheese. And on the podcast, we’re…
This week’s craft beer tasting notes feature nine new beers: New Glarus Oud Bruin, Solemn Oath Ultrahighfrequency, Solemn Oath Skinny Jeans R Ridiculous, Black Husky Howler Imperial Pale Ale – Equinox Series, Samuel Adams Simcoe IPA, House of Brews Rickhouse Bourbon Barrel Stout, Colectivo Coffee Tripel Dubbel, Stone Collective Distortion IPA and Pipeworks Wolpertinger.
Episode 109 is our monthly craft beer Q&A podcast, answering listener questions about craft beer. We crush four questions for your listening enjoyment.
Episode 108 arrives on the brink of a three-day weekend. Get recommendations for three craft beers to drink while you enjoy a little rest and relaxation. Plus, get a pinch hitting option for each selection if you score your beer in Wisconsin.
This week’s craft beer tasting notes feature Austere, Tripel and Maya from Une Annee. You’ll also find tasting notes on beers tasted on-site at Wolverine State and Bell’s Eccentric Cafe in Michigan, plus Blue Mountain Dark Hollow and Leinenkugel’s Big Eddy Wee Heavy Scotch Ale paired with Sartori cheese. It’s quite literally a mouthful. Are…
Episode 107 features Agave Maria Ale from the Lost Abbey. It’s a tequila barrel-aged strong ale brewed with agave syrup, coming in at 13.5% ABV. Say hallelujah to a new realm of barrel-aged beer.
Episode 106 features Lil Opal from Firestone Walker. It’s a barrel-aged saison from the brewery’s Barrelworks program, clocking in at 5.9%. Lil Opal comes in a cute little bottle, which is the perfect size to share with my two big brothers. Such was the case in the recording of this podcast in Ohio.
This week’s craft beer tasting notes feature three highly coveted bourbon barrel-aged imperial stouts: Hoppin Frog BORIS Van Winkel, The Bruery Chocolate Rain and Central Waters 16.