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At 8.5% ABV you might want to strongly consider getting some food in you before downing Devil Dog's Oatmeal Stout.
We give Shipyard Brewing's Melonhead a solid A-... so don't be a melonhead, grab a Melonhead! Sorry, we'll see ourselves out.
Named after the Brewmaster’s wife (Merle), Le Merle (The Blackbird) is a traditionally rustic Belgian-style ale.
Here is a gluten free pilsner that is very good. Now you can stop saying “I want a beer, it’s worth the farts.”
Every year, families gather to give thanks and to join together in loving fellowship. In many families, including mine, well-lubricated with alcohol.
The nose is very subtle, bringing hints of floral hops and coriander along with the barest hint of wheat.
I am not above buying candy with out-of-season wrappers when you’re getting it for 10 cents on the dollar. Why do you ask?
The beer is rich with deeply roasted barley, with hints of dark chocolate and coffee to add the bittersweet notes.
One might suggest that the end of October is a bit late to be reviewing a flowery cherry beer, but one would be wrong!
Stone's glowering gargoyles are perfect for this spooky season. It’s easy to decide to do a Halloween tie in by reviewing a beer with pumpkin in it.