Coming in at 12.8% ABV, we thought this one felt like a swift kick to the mouth…until we tried the barrel-aged.
RIS is dangerously smooth and subtly potent — between the two of us, we finished off the bottle a lot sooner than anticipated and were starting to feel more than just the Christmas spirit by the time we sipped our last drop.
Rustech’s taproom is probably one of the most organized, cleanest and aesthetically consistent we’ve seen. The brewery’s slogan is “Gather Enjoy and Relax” — or GEAR — and the theme falls somewhere between rustic farmhouse and mechanical steampunk.
Here are five things we’ve learned in our first year of beer blogging to help you on your own journey.
We never could have imagined what that beer adventure blog would lead to or what the next year would have in store for us! Of course, you’re welcome to read through all our previous blog posts for yourself, but here’s a quick recap of some of the highlights of our first year ale adventuring and beer blogging:
We left feeling impressed and confident that Nordic’s off to a really strong start. If their soft open is anything to go by, we’re going to be frequenting Nordic Brewing Company a lot more in the future.
Pryes is a solid NE brewery close to our hearts that’s about to be a little closer still to fans in the metro with their very own canned beers!
One of the redeeming factors of the new season is the delicious beers available. We are ready to leave behind the IPAs and blondes for darker stouts, brown ales and lagers. Here are five beers that are making us fall in love with FALL.
After a surprisingly successful venture into Iceland’s craft beer scene, we were off to a land that prides itself in its dark beer, smooth whisky and raucous pub life — Ireland.
“‘Grumpy Is Good’ — Oh, this is perfect for me!” That’s according to my mother-in-law Laurie as we pulled into the gravel parking lot at Disgruntled Brewing.