• anbrew7
    anbrew7 Virtual Craft Beer Tasting Club: Name: Clipper City Loose Cannon IPA Nice amber color, with strong aroma of hops. A smooth, bitter and flowery taste. Very nice IPA. Not one for too many Clipper City brews, but this is a quality brew.
    • February 20, 2009
  • anbrew7
    anbrew7Oregon Beer Lovers: I am an East Coast guy, so I don't get much of the Oregon brews. However, you guys rock when it comes to hops. I am jealous!
    • February 16, 2009
  • anbrew7
    anbrew7 Virtual Craft Beer Tasting Club: Since today is the last day for stouts, last night I tried Young's Double Chocolate Stout. I've never had a beer with so much tones of chocolate. It was quite delicious. Onward to the IPA's.
    • February 15, 2009
  • anbrew7
    anbrew7Home Brew Group: I have used mint extract for a Chocolate Mint Stout once. But I am sure I not the only one. I know there are brewers out there who love the idea of making a "Girl Scout Stout."
    • February 12, 2009
  • anbrew7
    anbrew7MD beer: I've been in Baltimore for 5 years now, and I must say, the Mid-Atlantic region is one of the best beer drinking regions in the nation. We have a lot going on!
    • February 11, 2009
  • anbrew7
    anbrew7Home Brew Group: Has anyone tried a Saison? Curious to know type of malts and hops used. Looking for all grain ideas. Cheers!
    • February 11, 2009
  • Mark
    Mark: Happy Birthday Andy!
    • March 20, 2009
  • anbrew7
    anbrew7 Thanks for having me Mark.
    • February 13, 2009
  • Mark
    Mark: Hi Andy, thank you for being a part of Must Love Beer. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions let me know. Please invite your beer friends to join us on MLB.
    • February 12, 2009
  • anbrew7
    anbrew7 It was a bold move, I know. Just trying something different. In my opinion, its not that bad. I actually enjoyed it. I just imagined drinking a thin mint. Mmmm....thin mints.  
    • February 12, 2009
  • oregonbeerlover
    oregonbeerlover: Chocolate Mint Stout just sounds wrong. And I love mint, but in beer?
    • February 12, 2009