• Funkwerks Tropic King Imperial Saison Ale

    Posted July 15, 2012 by Mark

    The Tropic King Imperial Saison Ale from Funkwerks in Fort Collins, Colorado pours out golden burnt orange in color with good clarity and is topped with a huge foamy, white-off-white head that lasts for a very long time before reducing to a thick film with a quarter inch plus collar. On the nose, fl...

  • Hoppin' Frog Mean Manalishi Double IPA

    Posted July 14, 2012 by Mark

    The Mean Manalishi Double IPA from Hoppin' Frog Brewing Company in Akron, Ohio pours out a deep coppery amber in color with some suspended sediment and is topped with a two finger, off-white head that slowly reduces all the way down. On the nose, pine, big pine, grapefruit rind, earthy, herbal with ...

  • Boulevard Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale

    Posted July 14, 2012 by Mark

    The Smokestack Series Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale from Boulevard brewing Company in Kansas City, Missouri pours out a bright gold in color with some sediment and cloud and is topped with a voluminous snow white head that slowly reduces down to a fatly thick film with a nice collar. On the nose, yeast, bana...

  • Colorado Cider Grasshop-Ah Cider

    Posted July 14, 2012 by Mark

    The Grasshop-Ah Cider (dry hopped) from Colorado Cider Company in Denver, Colorado pours out a very pale gold in color with good clarity and is topped with a one finger, bubbly white head from a heavy pour that immediately dissipates. On the nose, this is very fragrant with a wonderful bouquet. Herb...

  • Crooked Stave Wild Wild Brett Blue

    Posted July 13, 2012 by Mark

    The Wild Wild Brett Blue Dark Hoppy Ale Brewed With Colorado Blue Spruce Tips from Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project in Fort Collins, Colorado pours out a dark brown in color with little light getting through and is topped with a large, tan colored head that slowly recedes to a thin film. On the no...

  • Great Divide Claymore Scotch Ale

    Posted July 9, 2012 by Mark

    The Claymore Wee Heavy Scotch Ale from Great Divide Brewing Company in Denver, Colorado pours out dark, cola brown in color with some light getting though on the edges revealing ruby hues and is topped with a bubbly, two finger, tan head that slowly reduces all the way down. On the nose, aromas of d...

  • Dry Dock Hefeweizen

    Posted July 9, 2012 by Mark

    The Hefeweizen from Dry Dock Brewing Company in Aurora, Colorado pours out a cloudy, pale straw in color and is topped with a large bubbled, snow white, two finger head that slowly reduces down to a thin film. On the nose, banana, clove, grass and yeast. In the mouth, perfect balance between the fla...

  • Boulevard ZON Belgian Style Witbier

    Posted July 9, 2012 by Mark

    The ZON Belgian Style Witbier from Boulevard Brewing Company in Kansas City, Missouri pours out pale straw in color with a good deal of cloud and is topped with a tightly knit, two finger, snow white head that slowly reduces down to a fine film. On the nose, coriander, cilantro, clove, yeast and a t...

  • Tommyknocker Nice Saison Seasonal Ale

    Posted July 8, 2012 by Mark

    The Nice Saison Seasonal Ale from from Tommyknocker Brewery & Pub in Idaho Springs, Colorado pours out a rich gold in color with just a little haze and is topped with a finger of snow white, tightly bubbled head that reduces down to a thin film with a quarter inch collar after a few minutes. On the ...

  • Great Lakes Commodore Perry IPA

    Posted July 8, 2012 by ironarrow42

    Great Lakes Brewing Co., Cleveland, OH American-style IPA, 7.5% ABV       Named for an American hero of the War of 1812, it seems only fitting to follow up my previous review of an English-style IPA with this very American one.   Poured into a pint nonic glass, the beer ...