This past week plenty of beer was needed and needed badly. We were able to get our hands on two brews from a Western New York brewer in Hamburg Brewing Company. This week we took the edge off with their “Hoppenstance,” and “OMS” brews. If your ever in the Buffalo area just travel about twenty minutes south and check out one of the nicest breweries around. Let’s get on with the Fact’s, CHEERS!!!!!!!
This week we drop a mix of brews for you. Well, 4 to be exact. We got ole faithful in Dogfish Head, Weyerbacher, Zero Gravity, and Captain Lawrence. The combination’s had my head spinning a bit but I think we got a good handle on some of the flavors and which ones we really liked. These are in no particular order so onto the FACTS!!!!!
This past week we enjoyed a couple of brews from Bronx Brewing Company out of New York. I was able to get my hands on these via a good buddy that travels to New York a few times a year. His family has one of those lakeside places that make you jealous. Sometimes the photos look so great that I am beginning to think the place is made up. I know one thing though, the beer sure as hell isn’t. Thanks, Chris, now onto the brews!!!!
Last week we tried out Switchback Brewing Company from Vermont. We got down on two of their Brews, the Switchback Ale and the Citra-Pils. Like all craft brewers, these boys are looking to make great beers that bring people together. Well, let’s see how they did.
This review is slightly delayed since I have taken a break from my debauchery for a couple of weeks. I had to let the mind and body heal after what I call eating season. That is a period from November to January in which I overindulge in food and drink. Prost happened to be my brew of choice to ring in the new year. I joyfully enjoyed their Kolsch and Dunkel. Here are the facts.
Christ ole mighty I am two weeks behind on these things. This week we stayed local again with Dewey Beer Company and Blue Earl Brewing. We got some Ass Kick-In Chicken and Abra-Ca Joao-C. These were gifts from friends and joyfully excepted. Onto the facts:
I am bringing this one to you late as all hell. My bad its kind of been a long week. I drank a shit ton beer, went to the Monday night football game, and battled the shits all week. My bad, I apologize to the three or four people that actually click the link for this. Last weeks DOW was from Fordham & Dominion Brewing Co. straight out of Delaware. That’s right bitches, the first state. I love their pin-up girls so this week we went with Candi and Morning Glory. ONTO THE FACTS!!!!!!!
Established in 2016 after years of planning Iowa Brewing Company opened it’ doors. Born out of tragedy these guys came together to make great beers in a great beer community. After flooding had destroyed their previous business these guys went to work in creating something awesome. They could have packed up and left, instead, they joined forces with some great folks and began making good beers. Enough chit-chat lets look at the FACTS: CHEERS BOYS!!!!!!!!
Established in 2010 Core Brewing Company has quickly established it’s self in the craft beer market of Arkansas. Not only has the joint become a great brewer but they have opened multiple brewpubs called the Core Public House. Maybe one day I’ll get the courage up to do my own thing, meanwhile, I’ll live vicariously through others. So here’s to you CORE, Cheers!!!! ONTO THE FACTS:
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!!!!!