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!
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!
I’m back again with yet another Old Nation Brewing New England IPA. I can honestly not get enough of these. I think this is probably the most excited and interested in a beer style since I stopped drinking IPAs the first time around. I feel like I’m going out of my way to get my hands on as many NE IPAs as possible – is Boxer going to make me want to change my ways? Watch the video below to see!
Continuing with my “From the Shores of Lake Michigan” series on, today’s breview 4 U, I check out Brother Benjamin, a 10.1% Imperial IPA from Greenbush Brewing Company in Sawyer, MI.
Sorry for the sound in this one, I realized I had some interference in the audio once I was editing. Hopefully I was able to eliminate most of it.
For today’s breview 4 U, I fall deeper into the IPA hole while I’m taking a look at Griffin Claw Brewing Company’s newest East Coast IPA, Nawt A Cawp. Nawt a Cawp is a 7%’er featuring some cool 70’s style artwork. This can looks like something Charles Bronson would have beat up for giving him the side-eye.