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: June 2013
From the Brewery: “Balance. It’s what makes our Boont Amber Ale so unique: rich, crystal malts give this beer a deep copper hue and contribute a slight caramel sweetness while the herbal, spicy bitterness from carefully selected whole-cone hops impart … Continue reading
From the Brewery: “Like the classic version, this Odd Year edition was brewed in the authentic, historical style of an imperial Russian stout, but with the addition of several hundred pounds of espresso beans from our friends at Ryan Bros. … Continue reading
From the Brewery: “An Irish style lager with a smooth mellow flavor and an apple crisp finish. Perfect for floating Guinness!” 5.0% ABV Purchased from Old Doc’s in Fresno. The Pour: Poured from a 22 oz bomber into a nonic imperial … Continue reading
The Ingredients: We made a double batch, so if you don’t want as much just halve everything. 5 cups (40 oz) Guinness Irish Stout 4 cups heavy whipping cream 4 cups whole milk 1 1/2 cups sugar 2 tsp vanilla … Continue reading
From the Brewery: “Bock reflects the tradition of genuine Bavarian beers as a brew only a craftsman like Kosmos Spoetzl, trained in the “Old Country,” could bring to life. With its deep amber color, distinctive rich flavor and full body, … Continue reading
From the Brewery: “You have in your hands a devastatingly fresh double IPA. While freshness is a key component of many beers – especially big, citrusy, floral IPAs – we’ve taken it further, a lot further, in this IPA. You … Continue reading
From the Brewery: “Campfire Stout evokes fond memories of wilderness and camping adventures. Notes of chocolate and graham cracker topped with a hint of marshmallow will leave you wanting s’more. Like any campfire experience, this beer is best shared with … Continue reading