I have to admit, at first I gave the original Slurm a good review. But now that I’ve had several different NE IPA’s, I feel like Shorts really missed the mark with that beer. Well only two months later their back to try to redeem themselves (I’m sure they’re doing this just to win me back) with the Double New England IPA – Slurm Lord. How does it stack up? Watch below to find out!
Malt Liquor – it’s not just for 40oz anymore. Old Nation Brewing and Dark Horse Brewing Company have collaborated on “The German Hobo” – an 11.9% ABV Malt Liquor that is deceptively smooth. This one had me laying on my couch for a while after I was done.
I thought when I recently tried Atwater’s Java Vanilla Porter, that there probably wasn’t a vanilla porter out there that could beat it.
Well, my friends… A new contender has stepped up to the plate.
Gonzo’s Bigg Dogg Vanilla Porter is another reason why you should never count out the little guy. Watch my review to see which one I liked better!
When I initially saw that Perrin Brewing was collaborating with Cigar City in Tampa, and Oskar Blues out of Colorado, I thought for sure that they’d be releasing an IPA. You can imagine how excited I was when I heard it was actually an imperial oatmeal stout. Take a look and see what I thought when I was able to finally try it!
I can’t believe I finally found it! I’ve been stalking this beer for what feels like weeks and I was finally able to find the Passion Fruit version of Odd Side’s Dirty Dank Juice. I have to say, it was worth the wait!
And since I seem to compare every NE IPA variety against Old Nation’s M-43, you’ll have to watch to see how it stacks up!
My newest New England style IPA review is for Petoskey Brewing’s Juicy – a IPA brewed with Pineapple and Mango. New England style IPA beers have been exploding lately and Juicy is jumping in the fray. How does it stack up?
Check the review below to find out!
The weather is warm, the outdoor are inviting, summer time is here, and so is Brewery Vivant’s seasonal Tropical Saison. Does this earn it’s Miami colorway, or does the big red coq feel out of place put up against the setting sun. Check out the review below to find out!