Street tacos with steak, pickled onions, and queso añejo. Alongside Belching Beaver Pound Town IPA and this is the perfect Sunday dinner. Cheers!
The Rare Barrel‘s Map of the Sun from 2014 has really melded nicely after a year-ish in the cellar. Its apricot base comes through on the nose in a subtle way, leading to a bright and tart body, with no… Read More ›
Amazingly rich straight Rye from Spirit Works Distillery …smooth, just a bit of sweet, and a solid amount of spice. Cheers!
Fermentation got a bit crazy on the Brown a few hours after pitching, so I had to switch to a blow-off. Excited to see how it turns out!
Amazing resin & citrus nose, with enough body to make this wet hopped IPA by New Glory Brewing worth searching out. Well balanced, and leaves only a subtle piney flavor on the back of your tongue. Cheers!
This years Framboise for a Cure release by Russian River Brewing is as excellent as you’d expect. Bright, floral aromatics lead to a mildly tart body of rose and raspberry. Such a well balanced group of flavors rolled into this… Read More ›