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Category Archives: Beer Review
The year was 2014 and I found myself in Syracuse visiting my sister-in-law who was living there for work at the time. We happened to go shopping for food for dinner, well my wife did at least, and I bolted … Continue reading
As temperatures lower, beers tend to get darker and a hell of a lot stronger. Case in point – barrel aged beers. Well, Five & 20 Spirits and Brewing apparently received that memo and have released the first of their ‘Tier … Continue reading
While it is known that beer is nearly as old as civilization, the ever-growing craft-beer revolution taking place in America has been changing the palate of beer drinkers for only a few decades. Once Prohibition ended and beer-making became a … Continue reading
It’s no small coincidence that National Saison Day, which takes place Saturday, March 12, comes a mere eight days before the official start of spring. Whether you like your saisons spicy and peppery, clean and fruity or tart and crisp, … Continue reading
A quiet revolution seems to have taken place in the craft beer market. Where once only IPAs could hold the roaming eyes of beer nerds, there is now a thirst for ranges of porters and stouts, especially very high alcohol “imperial” … Continue reading
Resurgence Brewing Company/Cider Creek All the King’s Men Smoked Cider Saison ABV: 7% ‘Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a great fall, all the king’s horses and all the king’s men, couldn’t put Humpty together again,’ and … Continue reading