It’s an enjoyable enough beer but a pretty one-dimensional sour that really didn’t do much for me.
I’ve often said that America is producing the world’s greatest beer and this trend looks likely to continue for the foreseeable future. Despite there being a dearth of breweries until the late 20th century, the industry is booming and new craft breweries are sprouting up every day across the country (well over 400 this year […]
Allagash recently began a new limited edition beer series that they’ll be distributing in 375ml bottles in very limited quantities and I couldn’t be happier to have my hands on a couple of bottles of the first of these brews, FV-13, a wild beer brewed in the Flemish style. Apparently, Allagash has acquired some large […]
Sierra Nevada’s Bigfoot Barleywine is truly an American classic; it’s been around since 1983 and is a shining example of the American style barley wine – rich and malty with an assertive hop profile. And while I prefer my barley wines hoppy and fresh, his beer ages incredibly well. For the beer’s 30th anniversary, Sierra […]