Blow Your Face Out is a 10.5% Double IPA from Roak Brewing Company in Royal Oak, Michigan. Blow Your Face Out is a great alternative to Hopslam when looking for more of a West Coast style Double IPA. But would you rather blow your face out, or slam hops? Watch and find out!Continue reading “Roak Brewing Company – Blow Your Face Out Double IPA”
Roak Brewing is back with it’s 3rd released iteration of their Devil Dog Oatmeal Stout. Following up on the French Toast Devil Dog, this time around it’s the Bourbon Barrel Aged French Toast Devil Dog (which is a mouthful). Today I’m going to be taking a comparison between the regular french toast devil dog and it’s bba version. How does this bourbon barrel aged french toast stout hold up? Which will come out on top? Watch!Continue reading “Roak Brewing – Bourbon Barrel Aged French Toast Devil Dog Review”
I’ve been waiting patiently for this to hit the shelves, and guess what… IT’S FINALLY HERE! Roak’s French Toast Devil Dog is finally hitting shelves – I’ve enjoyed it immensely on tap, but it’s almost more exciting that I can take it home any time I can find it! Hmmm, but do I like it? Should it only be enjoyed on tap? Watch and find out!Continue reading “Roak Brewing – French Toast Devil Dog Oatmeal Stout”
To quote Phil Collins, “I’ve been waiting for this moment” – not for my whole life but for a while. Today I’m bringing you my top 3 Double New England Style IPAs. You might be thinking to yourself “What authority does this guy have?” Well, I’ve reviewed almost 20 Michigan New England Style IPAs in the past 8 months so I’d say I have some experience.
I’m putting Old Nation’s Boss Tweed, Witch’s Hat’s This Guy and Roak Brewing’s Flavorful Five up against each other to see which is the best so far.
If you’re interested in the individual reviews of each of these beers you can find them here:
After seeing my review for their New England style double IPA Flavorful Five, Roak reached out to me to see if I’d be interested in coming to the taproom to review their newest New England Style IPA Hopgazer.
I sat down with Roak’s general manager Allen Hilliker to talk about where we thought the NE IPA style was headed, the differences in NE IPAs out there, some of Roak’s future plans – and most importantly, Hopgazer!
If you’d like to find out more about Roak, Hopgazer, or to check out their taproom in Royal Oak, Michigan visit there website: https://roakbrewing.com/
Roak’s Hopgazer was provided free of charge by Roak in exchange for a fair and unbiased review.