Category Archives: Beer Reviews

Left Hand: Milk Stout Nitro

From the Brewery:  “Taking America Back. Dark & delicious, America’s great milk stout will change your perception about what a stout can be. Pouring hard out of the bottle, Milk Stout Nitro cascades beautifully, building a tight, thick head like … Continue reading

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Evil Twin: Yang

From the Brewery:  “This is one half of a Black and Tan drink. Not just any Black and Tan but the one where a toasted smug and hoppy fella get together and make a sublime beer balance. Mix the Yang … Continue reading

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Evil Twin: Yin

From the Brewery:  “This is one half of a Black and Tan drink. Not just any Black and Tan but the one where a toasted smug and hoppy fella get together to make a sublime beer balance. Mix the Yin … Continue reading

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21st Amendment: Bitter American

From the Brewery:  “If you’d been rocketed into space against your will, you might be a little bitter too. Bitter American is our long-overdue tribute to unsung, unwitting heroes everywhere. This American session ale packs a lot of hop and … Continue reading

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Ballast Point: Big Eye India Pale Ale

From the Brewery:  “The beer that helped put San Diego IPA’s on the map. Our Big Eye IPA is a big hoppy brew, thanks to the abundance of American Columbus and Centennial varieties we use to flavor and dry hop. … Continue reading

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Firestone Walker: Easy Jack

From the Brewery:  “Brewmaster Matt Brynildson went to the mountain and returned with a vision for a different kind of Session IPA, one that would be brewed and dry hopped with a globetrotting selection of new hop varieties from Europe, … Continue reading

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Kona: Fire Rock Pale Ale

From the Brewery:  “Fire Rock Pale Ale is crisp, refreshing “Hawaiian-style” pale ale. Its signature copper color results from the unique blend of specialty roasted malts. The pronounced citrus-floral hop aroma comes from the liberal amount of hops added to … Continue reading

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