Craft Beers

Gordon Biersch Braumeister Selekt IPB


Posted: December 6, 2013
Author: Travel by Brewery
Beer Type: Imperial Pilsner Brau
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I was walking through my local liquor store and found a bomber of this beer from Gordon Biersch, the Braumeister Selekt IPB. Now when I think of quality beer, Gordon Biersch is not the first name that comes to mind but this 24 oz beer was only $1.99 so I thought I would give it… Read more »

woodchuck private reserve pumpkin cider

Woodchuck Private Reserve Pumpkin Cider


Posted: November 25, 2013
Author: Ty
Beer Type: Cider
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Woodchuck’s seasonal Private Reserve Pumpkin Cider and its brightly colored orange packaging had consistently caught my eye in the beer aisle. Despite my reservations, curiosity got the best of me and I decided to slip a bottle into my self-styled sixer. Fortunately I didn’t spend any more on this baffling brew than that one bottle… Read more »

Fireside Chat: 21st Amendment Brewing


Posted: November 22, 2013
Author: Travel by Brewery
Beer Type: Dark English-Ale
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I’m not a huge fan of holiday beer. I was gifted a 12-pack of Shiner’s Holiday Cheer last year, and I used the majority of it as the beer I use to make pumpkin loaf! 21st Amendment Brewing’s Fireside Chat is a different story. This spiced ale might be a one and done but it… Read more »

Bell's Two Hearted Ale

Bell’s Two Hearted Ale – Highly Drinkable American IPA


Posted: November 21, 2013
Author: Ty
Beer Type: American Style IPA
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Bell’s Two Hearted Ale (7% ABV) quickly found its way into my own after being first introduced to me at the bar I used to work at. After eight hours on my feet with hardly any breaks, this instantly drinkable American Style IPA always proved capable of providing an excellent nightcap. Readily available year round,… Read more »

Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout


Posted: October 4, 2013
Author: Travel by Brewery
Beer Type: Russian Imperial Stout
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I have written before that I am not a fan of stouts and porters. They are often too heavy for me and the fact that I live in Arizona usually makes me avoid a dark beer during the hot summer months. However, there is one stout that I will always opt for if I see… Read more »