Monthly Archives: January 2011

Starbucks, take notes…

Three Floyd’s Hell’s Black Intelligencer…Not yet bottled, but after tasting it I can honestly say it would be a travesty if this never sees distribution.  The best coffee brew I have ever had, bar none. Classified as an oatmeal stout … Continue reading

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Abundance of Alcohol and Acidity…

Had a couple nice boxes from The Bruery land recently thanks to the Reserve Society. Melange #3, a blend of Black Tuesday, White Oak Sap, and Papier to the tune of 15.5%abv. Chocolate Rain, Black Tuesday cask aged on vanilla … Continue reading

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That’s a Sour Meat-A-Ball…

Welcome to the barnyard blues.  No review tonight guys.  Or rather no new review.  Recently my birthday came and went and I celebrated as I have the past couple years.  With a 375ml of Cantillon Blåbær.  This beer, for lack … Continue reading

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Bordeaux-lemite…

I am so damn proud of this title haha.  For those of you not getting the blacksploitation reference, see: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkjExJqf34o. What we have tonight is an incredibly rich, decadent, and intriguing Russian Imperial Stout from Nørrebro Bryghus and one seventh … Continue reading

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Pessimist meet Dissident…

The Dissident 2010 from Deschutes was recently released and snatched up faster than usual.  As always though, it was worth the effort.  Whilst ringing in at 10.5% abv, what you have before you is a supremely drinkable sour brown.   I’ll … Continue reading

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New Years and Aged Beers…

Wrapping up the last trades of 2010 for me and figured I’d post a picture of things to come. Batch#2 Ithaca LeBleu Cantillon Lou Pepe Gueuze Vintage 2005 (bottled ’07) Cantillon Zwanze 2008 (rhubarb lambic, and the reason for this … Continue reading

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