9-10: Absolutely amazing. The best of the best!
7-8: Above average to nearly great. Give it a shot!
5-6: Decent, but flawed. If it's your style of beer, go for it! If not, you probably won't miss much from passing it up.
3-4: Something's not right here. Not worth your time.
0-2: Absolutely terrible! Undrinkable death-swill from the depths of Hell!
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Monthly Archives: April 2013
From the Brewery: “Robust and Strapping , Our Scotch Ale takes BIG Beers to a whole new level. Rich malt balances perfectly with delicate hops to provide a concentrated and intense flavor; an ideal companion for hearty foods, or as … Continue reading
From the Brewery: “An exceptionally easy drinking light bodied ale. A smooth refreshing blonde, flavored with wild flower honey to enhance your drinking pleasure.” 5.5% ABV The Pour: Poured from a 22 oz bomber into my nonic glass. Sancha is a … Continue reading
From the Brewery: “Turbodog is a dark brown ale brewed with pale, caramel, and chocolate malts and Willamette hops. This combination gives Turbodog its rich body and color and a sweet chocolate, toffee-like flavor. Turbodog began as a specialty ale, … Continue reading
From the Bottle: “The ancient legends that abound about the Russian Imperial Stouts of yore are filled with tempestuous romance, sinful thievery and scurvy, too. So highly regarded was this historic recipe, the Russian Kings tried to keep it all … Continue reading
From the Brewery: “99 is an easy drinking honey golden ale that is meant to be enjoyed by beer drinkers on all levels. A slight sweetness and rich flavor is derived from the honey malt used along with other specialty … Continue reading
From the Brewery: “We took our delicious Russian Imperial Stout and put another new twist on it. Our brewers threw Ecuadorian cocoa nibs into the brew to create a decadent and complex beer that is sure to hit your … Continue reading
From the Brewery: “Harviestoun’s original master brewer Ken Brooker spent much of his early life crafting wooden prototypes for the Ford motor company. This black, viscous ale reminded Ken of thick, gloopy car engine oil, so he named it in … Continue reading
From the Brewery: “Ebony in color with a rich creamy head, earthy flavor and a mellow, chocolate finish.” 6.1% ABV The Pour: Poured from a 22 oz bomber into a nonic imperial pint glass. Very standard stout coloring; nearly all … Continue reading
From the Brewery: “Prohibition Ale is the first beer we bootlegged back in the early days of the brewery. Anything but traditional, Prohibition pours a deep reddish amber hue, with a fluffy tan head that leaves a beautiful lacing on … Continue reading