• Avery Brewing Ellie's Brown Ale

    Posted July 24, 2012 by Mark

    The Ellie's Brown Ale from Avery Brewing Company in Boulder, Colorado pours out a cola brown in color with some light getting through on the edges, small floating sediment particles and is topped with just over a finger of dense, foamy, tan head that reduces down to a thin film with a quarter inch c...

  • Widmer Brothers W'12 Dark Saison

    Posted July 24, 2012 by Mark

    The W'12 Dark Saison from Widmer Brothers Brewing Company in Portland, Oregon pours out a brownish copper in color with a good deal of ruby hues, good clarity and is topped with a two finger, off-white, loosely bubbled head that slowly reduces down to a film. On the nose, aromas of banana, clove, ca...

  • Grand Teton Howling Wolf Weisse Bier

    Posted July 24, 2012 by Mark

    The Howling Wolf Weisse Bier from Grand Teton Brewing Company in Victor, Idaho pours out a pale gold in color with some cloud and is topped with just over a finger of white, fluffy head that slowly reduces down to a thin film. On the nose, mild aromas of banana, bubblegum, clove and citrus. In the m...

  • Deschutes Brewery Inversion IPA

    Posted July 24, 2012 by Mark

    The Inversion IPA (India Pale Ale) from Deschutes Brewery in Bend, Oregon pours out a clear, deep copper in color and is topped with a two finger, off white, dense head that very slowly reduces down to a thick film with a third inch collar. On the nose, aromas of pine, citrus rind, biscuit, some flo...

  • Kona Brewing Fire Rock Pale Ale

    Posted July 23, 2012 by Mark

    The Fire Rock Pale Ale from Kona Brewing Company in Kona, Hawaii pours out a clear, bright copper in color and is topped with a two finger, frothy, off-white head that slowly reduces down to a thick film. On the nose, orange, grapefruit, pine and caramel. A little dank too. In the mouth, quite malty...

  • The Lost Abbey & New Belgium Mo Betta Bretta

    Posted July 22, 2012 by Mark

    The Mo Betta Bretta, a collaboration brew between New Belgium Brewing Company (Fort Collins, Colorado) & The Lost Abbey (San Marcos, California), where this craft beer is brewed, pours out a cloudy, pale orange in color and is topped with a fizzy, one finger, white head that quickly reduces down unt...

  • Widmer Brothers Omission Pale Ale

    Posted July 22, 2012 by Mark

    The Omiision Pale Ale from Widmer Brothers Brewing Company in Portland, Oregon pours out a coppery amber in color with good clarity and is topped with a two finger, off-white head that slowly reduces down to a film with a quarter inch collar. On the nose, citrus, flower and some caramel. In the mout...

  • Ska Brewing Mexican Logger Mexican Style Lager

    Posted July 22, 2012 by Mark

    The Mexican Logger Mexican Style Lager from Ska Brewing in Durango, Colorado pours out a very pale gold in color with good clarity and is topped with a two finger, snow white, frothy head that slowly reduces down to a film leaving a trail of solid lacing on the glass. On the nose, lime, grain, Saaz ...

  • Lakefront Brewery IBA India-Style Black Ale

    Posted July 21, 2012 by Mark

    The IBA India-Style Black Ale from Lakefront Brewery in Milwaukee, Wisconsin pours out dark mahogany brown in color with just a little light getting through on the edges showing off ruby hues and is topped with a large, tan, foamy head that very slowly reduces down to a thick film with a quarter inc...

  • Lakefront Brewery Bridge Burner Special Reserve Ale

    Posted July 20, 2012 by Mark

    The Bridge Burner Special Reserve Ale from Lakefront Brewery in Milwaukee, Wisconsin pours out a deep brown in color with some light getting through revealing dark copper hues and is topped with over a two finger, tan colored, foamy head that slowly reduces down to a film. On the nose, quite hoppy w...