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North Coast Old No. 38 Stout

Friday, December 19, 2014 · North Coast Old No. 38 Stout is an Irish Dry Stout. This is one of those beers I remember really loving when I first tried it several years ago. I haven’t seen it around for a while, then it showed up unexpectedly in Savannah this Fall. I figured this was […]

Firestone Walker Double Jack

Thursday, December 18, 2014 · Firestone Walker Double Jack is an American Double/Imperial IPA. I remembered being oddly disappointed in this the first time I had it. That seemed strange considering how good Firestone Walker beer is overall, so I decided to revisit this. This is a downright beautiful beer, clear and golden with some orange […]

Founders Big Lushious

Wednesday, December 17, 2014 · Founders Big Lushious is number eleven in the Backstage Series, this release is an Imperial Stout brewed with chocolate and raspberries. It is not a secret that I am not a huge fan of raspberries, but I have enjoyed several raspberry stouts in the past. I was pretty excited to […]

Dark Horse / Local Option Militiagan

Tuesday, December 16, 2014 · I picked up this limited collaboration between Dark Horse and Local Option at the Dark Horse brewery during the summer of 2013. There is no bottle date but I am pretty sure this was pretty fresh when I bought it. Militiagan is referred to as a Potable Oak Wine, so […]

Allagash Evora

Monday, December 15, 2014 · Allagash Evora is a Belgian Strong Pale Ale aged for 16 months in Portuguese Brandy barrels with Brettanomyces. Got to try this thanks to the hard work of Paul, Michael and the rest of the Your Pie crew, cheers! The beer pours with a lovely light golden color, while the smell […]

Aardwolf White Russian

Sunday, December 14, 2014 · Aardwolf White Russian is an Imperial Milk Stout. My friend Brian handed me a couple of Aardwolf growlers when passing through Savannah recently, I do appreciate his thinking of me! This pours dark and thick with a huge fluffy tan head. The smell is sweet and mildly roasty, very inviting. I see why […]

Dieu du Ciel! Solstice D’hiver

Saturday, December 13, 2014 · Dieu du Ciel! Solstice D’hiver is an American style Barleywine. I opened this 2013 bottle in November of 2014. From the website: … brewed only once a year, at the end of the summer… aged for a few months… Then, it is sold starting mid-December of each year… Pours about […]

Evolution Lot No. 6 Double IPA

Friday, December 12, 2014 · Evolution Lot No. 6 Double IPA is brewed with Columbus, Centennial and Citra hops, available year round. So this is the first time in some time that I have had a ton of floaters in an IPA. Otherwise the appearance is fine, big fluffy head and nice dark golden color with […]

Stone Old Guardian Barley Wine 2012

Thursday, December 11, 2014 · Stone Old Guardian is an American style Barleywine. This review is for the 2012 vintage, aged for one and two years. The appearance and aroma of both tastings was pretty much spot on for the style. A rich caramel color with an off white head. Rich toffee and caramel on […]

Hardywood Park Farmhouse Pumpkin

Wednesday, December 10, 2014 · Hardywood Park Farmhouse Pumpkin is a hybrid of a Pumpkin Ale and a Saison/Farmhouse Ale. I was a little disappointed when I got this home to Georgia, in my rush to pick up a few bottles I thought this was the Rum Pumpkin they brew! Oh well, it is still […]

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