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!
Hey Everybody! On today’s video, I was over my friend Dave’s house and we decided to put Dark Horse Brewery’s Scotty Karate Scotch Ale vs the Bourbon Barrel Aged version to see what the difference was all about. They both weigh in at 9.75% so what makes them so different? Click the link below to watch the video!
With summer coming quick, I’m kicking off a fruit beer week here, and my first review of two this week is of Griffin Claw Brewing’s Overnight Sensation – a newly released 6.5% Raspberry Ale. You’ll have to watch the video, but I can say that I was really not expecting what was in store.
You can watch the whole review below!
For today’s breview 4 U, I’m a street walking cheetah with a heart full of napalm, and I’m trying Tapistry Brewing’s Heart Full of Napalm. This is a 10.5% Double IPA that really reminded me a lot of Bell’s Two Hearted, but heavier. Which do I like better? Watch and find out!
This breview 4 U is one I was really looking forward to trying – Old Nation Brewing’s M-43 New England IPA. This is only the second NEIPA that I’ve tried, but if this is any indication of what’s to come… Where do I get more? Old Nation is in Williamston, MI – which is about half way between Howell and Lansing. I’m really looking forward to heading out there soon to try what they have on tap. Check out the video beyond the break below!
For today’s craft beer review, I got my hands on a couple bottles of Founders Doom, an Imperial IPA aged in bourbon barrels, and a part of their Barrel Aged series, which also include KBS (Kentucky Breakfast Stout), Fruitwood and Backwoods Bastard. At 12.4% abv, does this overpower? Have you met your doom yet? Check out my review below the break!
I tried out Short’s Brewing Company’s newest New England IPA Slurm. They describe it as fruity, and tropical. Does the haze fulfill the craze? Watch and find out!
On this “Breview 4 U”, I take a look at Bell’s Brewery’s 10.1% DIPA, Mars. Bell’s Two Hearted is my favorite IPA of all time, so how did Mars stack up? Take a look!