Since there was not a Saison available locally I went for the Farmhouse Ale. New Hollands Farmhouse Hatter IPA.
I am not a lover of IPA's and was pleased with the calmer hoppy taste. Had your typical farmhouse ale taste, nice spiciness with a
Bablet → Mark: ok, so I have never participated in the virtual tastings...what type of feedback are you looking for? lol I know what I like when I taste it! but for real what type of details are we wanting?
I have truly fell in love with the craft beer scene about 2 years ago and love to take weekend trips to different area so taste their offerings.
Hard to pinpoint this one...Oskar Blues Velvet Elvis, New Garus Horny Goat and Now thats what I'm talking about are just a few. Favorite brewery so far would be a toss up between Pug Ryan's and Dillon Dam both out of Dillon Colorado
So, the bill that the legislature in Florida is submitting for a vote allows the sale of 64 ounce growlers by breweries. The big caveat is that the breweries have to sell the beer to a distributor then buy it back from the distributor to sell in their taproom. Sounds like a dumb way to do things to me.
There will be lots of the best International Beers and Wines and lots of Oompah bands to enjoy your favorite German drinking songs. You can also enjoy the sausages, potato cakes, sour beef, schnitzel and other great German classics! Or check out the Oompa...
We are so excited about World Beer Festival – Raleigh this year! Raleigh is where we are going to debut our expanded Festival theme, The Art of Beer. We want to take Festival attendees farther down the path to beer appreciation, and explore the use of ...
Beer with altitude! Colorado ain't called the "Napa Valley of the Beer World" for nothing! The Rocky Mountain state:
Has over 100 microbreweries Produces more beer than any other state Has won the second most GABF medals Is home to the Great American Beer Festival, American Homebrewer's Association and the Brewer's Association Might have more beer festivals than any other state
Why not join the fun!? Come mingle and (virtually) imbibe with fellow craft beer dudes and dudettes!
This group is designed to share notes about beer, as well as tasting notes and suggestions and get to know beer lovers from all over the globe. Here's the idea: We have themed tasting. In advance, if possible, we will pick a Style of Beer we're going to taste, then we trade tasting notes. The tasting period will be over two weeks so we get an outpouring of related tasting notes, which will spur deep discussions.... Check the Discussion area for what the tasting will be.