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Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales is once again joining forces with Jester King Brewery. The Dexter, Mich.-based brewery is working on releasing Gammaredux Ale, 7.3 percent ABV sour IPA brewed with Amarillo, Cascade, centennial and chinook hops that will be packaged in 750ml bottles. Labels filed with the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), […]
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Tenemu by Jeff Eggleston - 12h ago
A brief history of Sixpoint Brewery and the Sixpoint Brewing Star was best summed up in one of my previous reviews: Sixpoint Brewery was founded in 2004 by Andrew Bronstein and Shane Welch, classmates at The University of Wisconsin. Bronstein provided the cash investment needed to lease a facility and Welch created the recipes based […]
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A new collaboration between Toppling Goliath Brewing Co. and Barrel Theory Beer Co. is meant to be a “collective interpretation and reimagine of a west coast IPA.” The two breweries have joined forces to create Dolphin Sparkles, a double IPA brewed with “soft, subtle and clean” malts as well as some of both brewery’s “favorite hops.” […]
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It has been said that membership has its perks, and that has proven to be the case for members of Founders Brewing Co.’s Cadre club. According to an email sent to members, the Grand Rapids, Mich.-based brewery is giving the Cadre a way to have “input on future beer releases” in its Mothership Series. The survey […]
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This weekend, Turning Point Beer is releasing its highest ABV creation so far. ENDGAME is a 10-barrel batch of 15.4 percent ABV imperial stout aged in bourbon barrels for 12 months and conditioned on six gallons of cacao nibs and 11 pounds of Madagascar vanilla beans. This is only the second barrel-aged beer that the Bedford, Texas-based […]
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This weekend, Turning Point Beer is releasing its highest ABV creation so far. ENDGAME is a 10-barrel batch of 15.4 percent ABV imperial stout aged in bourbon barrels for 12 months and conditioned on six gallons of cacao nibs and 11 pounds of Madagascar vanilla beans. This is only the second barrel-aged beer that the Bedford, Texas-based […]
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One of the only beers from Bell’s Brewery, Inc. to incorporate spices has returned, but you will have to visit Michigan to purchase it. Wedding Ale 2019 is a 7.5 percent ABV “spiced wheat ale” brewed with European hops, honey and a “subtle blend” of coriander and orange peel. Originally created for the nuptials of […]
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903 Brewers is releasing another in its popular line of Sasquatch beers. Peanut Butter Sasquatch is a chocolate milk barrel aged stout that is aged for 18 months in Jack Daniels barrels. After the beer was pulled from the whiskey barrels, peanut butter was then added. A couple other variants in the Sasquatch line are […]
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Tenemu by Brooks Whittington - 2d ago
A Side Project Brewing creation that has not been released in four years is returning next weekend. That beer is Thicket, a “Missouri Wild Ale” that is a blend of a “Flanders-inspired” red ale and “a touch of our French oak foedre beer.” The ale was then conditioned for close to a year on 3000 […]
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For those of you that know me, in person or through my reviews, you know that the Pacific Northwest is my favorite beer region in the country. Specifically, the Portland area is my favorite beercation spot and I have been making the drunken pilgrimage annually for the last decade or so. On my first trip […]
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