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According to Statista, in 2016, Mexican Lagers make up the 8 of the top 10 of the highest selling imported beers in the US with Corona and...

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Saint Arnold Icon Blue Chocolate Milk Stout makes up for being light-bodied with a mouthful of roasty chocolate notes that are far from overly sweet. The...

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These tots definitely don't taste like 8%. B52 Pocket Tots Strawberry Milkshake starts off smooth and silky from the milk sugar, and finishes with...

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Copperhead King of Terrors is the opposite of a sting. It’s a smooth sipper that hides the 15%ABV and 100 IBUs beneath layers of warming coffee flavor. As the finish sips, there’s a rush of...

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So here are the top 17 most viewed blogs on the site for 2017. Some are beer reviews, others are breaking news, and others still are simple...

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No Label has a special spot in my heart because of Don Jalapeño (yeah, watchu gone do ‘bout it?). Since then, they’ve produced a handful of awesome beers and a few that were lackluster, depending on who you ask. That had me reluctant to commit to buying a pack of Elda M. Milk Stout, if I can be totally honest. And I always...

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Oatmeal cookie + Whiskey + beer = Saint Arnold Bishop’s Barrel 18. I'm typically not much for whiskey or spirits, so I really admire good balance in a BA...

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Holler Dollar Pils Y'all is a great pils. They nailed the style, and the smooth dry finish keeps me coming back for another refreshing sip. Breweries gotta do what they gotta do to get through, know what I'm sayin'? Pils pay the bills. It's picturesque. Bright...

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Fetching Lab just dropped some bombs on Houston today! 22 oz Bombers, actually. Blue Mischief is a deliciously light-bodied, summer treat that oughta do well all year-round. It starts off crisp and tangy, and the carbonation pokes...

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Ho! Ho! Hold up! Saint Arnold Cut with Bread Pudding pours a beautiful dark copper, amber color with a medium, off-white head. It smells sweet, malty, and heavily spiced with holiday favorites like nutmeg, cinnamon and ginger. The taste mimics yet improves upon the aroma in that you get more vanilla, toasted malt, and graham cracker. The spices leave a slight bitterness on the finish, and the mild alcohol...

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