Violin Monster is Arbor Brewing Company’s Fall Seasonal Stout. I’ve never had Violin Monster and I think part of has to do with this fantastic label redesign. I’m happy to see now that Arbor is putting much of it’s beer in cans because I feel like that’s helping on a couple fronts – it’s helping to let everyone know how fresh the beer is, and I feel like it’s also helping with the consistency. What does that have to do with my review of the beer? Watch and find out!Continue reading “Arbor Brewing Company – Violin Monster Spiced Double Stout”
I’ve got a double feature here today, both from HOMES brewery in Ann Arbor, Michigan! HOMES Drones double IPA and Straspberry Sherbet were released a few weeks back, just before their first inaugural Nucleate festival. Drones is a DDH DIPA with Vic Secret and Cryo Citra hops, and Straspberry Sherbet is a kettle sour brewed with lactose, and blended with Strawberries and Raspberries. HOMES continues to churn out phenomenal beer, and these are just two more examples of that.
I’ve brought a few HOMES beers to the channel, and HOMES Guava Sherbet is the newest of their Sherbet Lactose Sour series. This review came out of a poll I put up on twitter asking what beer I should review next – it was neck and neck until the end and Guava Sherbet was one of the winners. How does HOMES Guava Sherbet fare against the others in the sherbet series? Watch to find out!
Hey Friends, I got one of them new breview4u, and this time it’s a sour! Double Cherry Sherbet is from HOMES brewery out in Ann Arbor – only the 2nd sour that I’ve reviewed on this channel and I really feel like I’ve been spoiled with how good these 2 are. I don’t know whether or not that’s just kind of emblematic for Sours, or if I’ve just gotten really lucky with the ones that I’ve tried. Hear more by watching this review!
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HOMES dropped this can release of Crumple on 11.22.2017, and since then I’ve been anxiously awaiting bringing this one to you. To my knowledge this is the first time that it was released into the wild either as a can or on tap. HOMES really does IPA well, and I think they fit some sneaky NE IPA without really calling it that. I dug their Same Same Different, so how does Crumple fare? Stay tuned to find out!
Find more about HOMES Brewery: http://www.homesbrewery.com/