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: March 2014
From the Brewery: “Introducing Rebel IPA, the first West Coast style IPA from the same brewers that started a craft beer revolution in 1984.” 6.5% ABV American IPA This beer is pretty widely available, but I got this bottle from a … Continue reading
From the Brewery: “This is one lacerative muther of an ale. It is unequivocally certain that your feeble palate is grossly inadequate and thus undeserving of this liquid glory…and those around you would have little desire to listen to your … Continue reading
From the Brewery: “There’s no better way to start a lazy afternoon than with a group of friends and a few beers. Nooner IPA is a session beer that’s light in body yet big in hop flavor. By using intense, … Continue reading
From the Brewery: “This is our salute to the fruit tramps of the ’30s who worked from sun up to sundown. Reward your endeavors with this fruity beast. Come get you some! Our fruit wheat beer is very popular so … Continue reading
From the Brewery: “Like a fine port, Old Stock Ale is intended to be laid down. With an original gravity of over 1.100 and a generous hopping rate, Old Stock Ale is well-designed to round out and mellow with age. … Continue reading
From the Brewery: “Dublin Blues is a traditional Irish styled dry stout that is extremely light on the pallet and low in alcohol for session style drinking. It is brewed with a blend of premium two row and Bohemian Pilsner … Continue reading
From the Brewery: “One of our most aggressive and sought-after offerings. Bold bourbon, tobacco and espresso aromas and a hint of American oak greet the nose. Rich, chewy roasted malts, charred oak and bourbon-like vanilla fill the palate and create … Continue reading