The sunstone – much disputed among scholars. Did the Viking navigators really have such a tool that would help them point out what was east and what was west – even on a less than sunny day? We certainly believe so. Many years later no sunstone was needed when Amager Bryghus was invaded by what very much looked like Viking ancestors of American descent. Hailing from Munster, Indiana, Chris Boggess and Barnaby Struve of Three Floyds Brewing arrived not with a vengeance but with very loud King Diamond…
This aromatic American Pale Ale is a session beer meticulously handcrafted with a unique Highland twist. Discover the secrets of Lost Cove in a summery American pale ale inspired by the spirit of Appalachia’s past. Delicate Pilsner malt blends with Cascde Hops for a hop-forward, cold-fermented ale with a citrusy aroma and crisp, clean finish.
Since April 1991, the Köstritzer black beer brewery, a subsidiary of the Bitburger brewery, has emerged as of one of the most modern breweries in Thuringia. Specially finished barley malts give the beer specialty Köstritzer its unique fine malt aroma. The lively and elegant character creates a unique taste experience.
An ancient beer style, Gueuze, or Geuze, (pronounced “GOO-za”) is wild-fermented wheat beer that is made with only aged hops, and those in small quantities. Because gueuze is fermented by multiple strains of yeast, acting over an extended period, it is a testimony & tribute to the yeast strains of the Senne River Valley.
In honor of May the Fourth and terrible puns this week we are featuring the beers of La Trappe. This group of trappist monks founded the monastery in 1881 and opened their brewery in 1884 which has been continually producing their beers ever since. For this week you may choose any of their delicious beers.
Flappers have always been a symbol of change and rebellion, harkening to a time where challenging the norm was all the rage. This beer embraces and celebrates that vibrant, relentless spirit. Representing the rebirth of a brewery and the reclamation of a dream, this beer is a completely contradictory experience where the wort is soured, the hops are minimized and the beer is filtered to be brilliant. Crisp, delicate, cutting edge, complex and tart, pouring a bright citrine with a nose of gently soured rind fruit, this beer…
“Hop Selection” Single Hopped Imperial IPA is a celebration of Terrapin’s favorite hop from the current harvest. Whether it’s an old classic, a new variety, or an experimental standout, this beer will continue to change yearly showcasing their favorite hop of the season.
This prowling cat is out on the town, looking to scratch up some fun with a great beer. This Night Cat is dark in color, bold in hop but not heavy in body. It is full of tropical fruit notes from the Citra hops that combine with a nice dark wheat malt flavor.
As we enter our second year in Jack Tipple’s Year of Beer Challenge I have decided that this week’s beer is entirely your choice! So go on and pick your favorite beer or maybe that beer you’ve been curious about but just never picked up. You could even close your eyes in front of one of an open cooler door and put your hand on a beer and go with that. Cheers! -Jack Tipple
Hop Hunter IPA harnesses the complex flavors of just-picked hops through an all-new method of steam distilling wet hops before they even leave the fields. This revolutionary technique captures and intensifies the natural flavors, creating a unique and intensely aromatic beer. This custom process gathers pure hop oil which, when combined with traditional whole-cone hops in the brew kettle and makes for an incredible IPA experience.
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