Monthly Archives: June 2011

A Short Pseudo Hiatus…

Just a quick message about the state of the blog. I haven’t had a lot of time this week, or last week to put towards writing articles here. I’ll get something up soon. I’m not going anywhere, but I’ve just … Continue reading

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Beer Impressions: Full Sail LTD Series 03

I have a confession to make. I love good pilsners. I like them a lot. Unfortunately, they are one of the most difficult beers to craft due to the nature of the yeast to make lagers – especially small batch … Continue reading

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Beer Impressions: Double Take Amber Ale

“It’s a head snapper” is plastered all over the bottle of this Rochester New York brewed Ale. I haven’t ever had anything from this brewery, nor have I even heard of it. That’s in large part why I purchased it. … Continue reading

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Beer Impressions: Guinness Foreign Extra Stout

Everyone has heard of Guinness. The popular Irish import is a religion for some, and the hatred of others. For me, it was my gateway beer. Today, I just find it to be an okay beer. I had their 250th … Continue reading

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Beer Impressions: Alameda Klickitat Pale Ale

Alameda Brewhouse is one of those local small distribution beers that you can find available on tap at local pizza restaurants. It isn’t uncommon to find a couple 22oz bottles sitting on the shelf at an area Grocery store, but they also tend … Continue reading

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Beer Impressions: Chimay Première (Red)

Belgium is often considered to be the Garden of Beerden. This is no doubt in part because of Bières de Chimay. They are located inside the Scoutmont Abbey, a Trappist monastery. This Chimay Première, also called “Chimay Rouge” and “Chimay Red”, is … Continue reading

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What are you drinking?

One of the great things about the internet is that the community can often provide just as much insight and valuable input as any blogger. There’s so much out there to try and enjoy, I simply can’t keep up with … Continue reading

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