Original post from my old Blogger account:April 4th 2015, Ginga’ Ninja is Red India Pale Ale brewed by Black Hog Brewery in Oxford Connecticut. Black Hog started out in Portsmouth, New Hampshire and eventually moved to New Haven Connecticut so head brewers, Brothers Tom Sobocinski and Jason Sobocinski, could be closer to family. The name… Continue reading “Good Beer”
Flying Jenny is a year round available extra pale ale. Brewed in? Westerly Rhode Island. Being unfiltered this little lady is a little hazy; Lite golden body with a lite caramel glow. This here is an Ode to Northwestern hops-Columus, Zeus, Tomahawk and…….. DRY HOPPED WITH CASCADE!(brewed also with five different malts.) 6% ABV •… Continue reading The Lovely, Sweet Jenny
This is another post i’m bringing over from my old Blogger account. Original post:Sunday, May 10, 2015 Thanks to Finch’s we can start off the warm weather with a good old fashion wheat ale. Finch’s Beer Company is located on 4565 N Elston Ave in Chicago Illinois. Head brewer Ben Finch was born in… Continue reading Summer isn’t the only thing wet and hot this year…
I loved this review I brought it over from my old Blogger account-Origonally posted:Saturday, May 16, 2015 Summer Swelter Ale is a seasonal Herb/Spiced beer brewed by Baxter Brewing Co. ABV: 4.70% EST Calories: 141 Baxter is located on 130 Mill Street, Lewiston, Maine. Starting out in 2011 Baxter is fairly new to the game, but they already have six solid… Continue reading Kicking off Summer with some Spice!
Uinta Brewing Co. Is located on 1722 Fremont Drive in Salt Lake City Utah. Uinta started off brewing in a renovated mechanic’s garage, in 1993. After they started bottling the demand became so outrageous they relocated to their current location… A 26,000 square foot facility. They have VASTLY expanded their distribution!! Here we go… They… Continue reading “Earth, Wind and Beer.” Trader Session IPA from Uinta Brewing Co.
Westbrook Brewing Co. is located on 510 Ridge Road, Mt Pleasant, South Carolina 29464. Their mission is, “To make the most interesting, drinkable, and generally awesome beer possible.” Quoted directly from their website They are all about using new brewing techniques and incorporating new flavors and ingredients. That’s one solid mission statement in my opinion. … Continue reading “Sour, Salty and (EXTREMELY) Delicious”
If you were to guess what Mikkel Borg Bjergso was doing before Mikkeller, I bet you wouldn’t guess teaching. Now an internationally acclaimed brewer, Mikkel started out as a math and physics teacher before he discovered his true passion; brewing outstanding beers. Before he started his craft beer journey drinking beer was just something he would do in order to get drunk. Mikkel’s curiosity started when he began… Continue reading Shaking Things Up-Cocoa Shake-Mikkeller