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DOW (Drinks of the Week): Twins Lakes and Rogue Brewing

We bring you two different brews this week with Twin Lakes Fortify IPA and Rogue Brewings Dead Guy Ale.  These brews come from both sides of the Country.  Rogue hales from Newport, Oregon, and Twin Lakes resides in Newport, Delaware.  Wait, WTF, is this some kind of travelers parallel universe.   I not sure on how to proceed with this but go into the review.  CHEERS!!!!! ONTO THE FACTS!!!!!

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DOW (Drinks of the Week): Hi-Wire Brewing Company

This week’s DOW comes from North Carolina.  The boys from HI-Wire Brewing Company rock a circus theme for their brews.  This week we are trying out their Lo-Pitch Juicy IPA and the Hi-Wire lager.  Their Hi-Wire took first place at the NC Brewers cup for German Style Pilsner.  I am super excited to give these guys a try.  Onto the Facts:  Cheers!!!!!

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DOW (Drinks of the Week): Sly Fox Brewing Company

These dudes have been killing beer for nearly 25 years.  They have raked in awards and are one of the best brewpubs in the U.S.  Sly Fox Brewing Company makes a wide array of brews ranging from Irish Style Stouts, American Lagers, to German Pilsners.  There are far too many for me to try in one week, but I will give four of them hell this week.  They have too many awards to list but I think the coolest thing is their 360-degree lid, MIND BLOWN!  Onto the FACTS, Cheers!!!!!!

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DOW (Drinks of the Week): Central Waters Brewing

What goes great with cheese, hell yeah your right, beer.  From the great state of Wisconsin, we bring you Central Waters Brewing Company.  These guys have been making beer for 20 years after becoming beasties in college.  This week I am excited to be trying their Honey Blonde Ale and their HHG (Horseshoes and Hand Grenades) APA, which scored 90 Points with Beer Connoisseur.  Onto the drinks:

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DOW (Drinks of the Week): Black Hog Brewing Company

Back in June, I was away for work in the beautiful state of Connecticut.  I found a brewer that I wanted to go to but due to distance and time, I could never make it over there.  Yeah, your right if I really wanted it I would have found a way.  Well, I didn’t so F off.  But I am happy to present to you two brews from Black Hog Brewing, their “Hog Lager,” and “Granola Brown Ale.”  These guys may have only been open since 2014 but they are making their dent in the competitive Connecticut Brewing Market.  On to the FACTS!!!!!