Today I’m getting weird with it, and I’m reviewing Odd Side Ale’s Dank Frank Juice – a 9.9% (just had to get it under 10%, huh?) imperial IPA that has all the charm of Odd Side’s dank juices, with just enough of that bite at the end. Check out more from Odd Side at http://oddsideales.com
I was really impressed with the first Blackrocks beer I tried, Presque Ale, so when I saw The Murray Project on shelves, I was excited to give them another go. This time around The Murray Project is an Imperial IPA weighing in at 9.2%, will it tickle my fancy once again, or will my experience be soured?
Woah, Wolverine State Brewing’s 2017 Massacre weighs in at 14.5%. That… is really strong. When do you decide to stop drinking beer and start drinking bourbon instead? I’m really curious to see how this one will mellow out after some cellaring.
Today I’m checking out Bell’s newest coffee milk stout, Arabicadabra. Arabicadabra was just released in October and boy is it a doozy. It’s brewed with a cold coffee extract and the added lactose makes this thing creamy as all get out. Bell’s is adding to their already killer lineup with another quality beer. You can find more about Arabicadabra at https://www.bellsbeer.com/beer/specialty/arabicadabra
Hey Friends, today I’m checking out New Holland Brewing’s Dragon’s Milk Reserve Mocha Mint which is an 11% Imperial Stout with Chocolate, Mint and Coffee flavors. The Dragon’s Milk Reserve line is the line that New Holland uses to test out some of their flavored Dragon’s Milk, and they usually put out about 3 or 4 of these a year. Being an imperial stout that’s bourbon barrel aged, I’m expecting to get some bourbon flavors on the back end. Check out about Mocha Mint at http://newhollandbrew.com/beer/dragons-milk-reserve-4/
Today I’m taking a look at Farmington Brewing Company’s Blood Orange Wheat! Blood Orange Wheat is their most popular beer out of their Taproom and they’ve put it out as a very limited first ever release! I’m really excited to be able to share this with you, so I hope you enjoy it. You can find more about where this is distributed at fbcbrewing.com
ackwoods Bastard is Founders 5th in their 2017 barrel aged series lineup – following Frootwood, KBS, Doom and DKML. Backwoods Bastard is a BBA Scotch Ale, which follow’s Founders trends of releasing a different style for each of the beers in their barrel aged series.
While Backwoods Bastard is the fifth in their bourbon barrel aged series, an unnamed beer is slated to release in December – many speculate this may be CBS (Canadian Breakfast Stout), but that is unconfirmed by Founders so far, and hasn’t been released since 2014.
Check out the review below!
A 12% Imperial Porter you say?! Yes, I say. Perrin Brewing Company is at it again, and this time there ain’t no rules… It’s whopper of vanilla and bourbon. Can you handle this? Can I handle it!? I guess you’ll have to watch and find out!
Just like my previous Oktoberfest Extravaganza, today I’m taking a look at finding the best Michigan Pumpkin Ales for 2017. The contestants this time around are:
1. New Holland’s Ichabod Pumpkin Ale
2. Griffin Claw’s Screamin Pumpkin Ale
3. Arcadia Brewery’s Jaw-Jacker Pumpkin Ale
4. Atwater Brewery’s Pumpkin Spice Latte
5. Brewery Vivant’s Pumpkin Tart
To find out which takes the cake – or pumpkin in this case? Watch on!
Hey Friends, today I’m reviewing Elk Brewing’s PB&J’Ale’y, a Peanut Butter and Jelly blonde ale. I’m admittedly not a huge jelly fan, I prefer to just go with Peanut Butter sandwiches, but I’m willing to give anything a try once. Check it out!