Last week, I was lucky enough to receive two sneak peak bottles of Goose Island’s Ten Hills Pale Ale — which actually hits shelves today in select markets. This 6.2% ABV American pale ale is the first of three new limited release series coming from Goose Island. Show More Summary
Next time you pop open a Pale Ale, you can feel a little less guilty (not that you ever should). Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. announced last week that it now diverts 99.8 percent of its waste, earning it the first platinum certification from the US Zero Waste Business Council. Show More Summary
Press Release CHICAGO, Nov. 19, 2013 – Goose Island Beer Company is celebrating the aroma and taste of hops with the introduction of Ten Hills Pale Ale, the first of three new limited release beers slated for this year and 2014. TenShow More Summary
Microbrewer Founder’s is fashioning a special pale ale to be served at the christening of a new aircraft carrier named after their fellow hometown friend, former President Gerald Ford (both hail from Grand Rapids, Michigan). The beer will be on … Continue reading ?
(GRAND RAPIDS, MI)– Founders Brewing Co. has created a special label for its Pale Ale in honor of the christening of the Geral… The post Founders Creates Special Label for Christening of Gerald R. Ford Aircraft Carrier appeared first on thefullpint.com.
(Everett, MA) – Announcing our newest beer in our one-off hoppy series, First Pitch! First Pitch is a Belgian Rye Pale Ale b… The post Idle Hands Wants You To Enjoy First Pitch! While Watching the Sox appeared first on thefullpint....
Marble India Pale Ale: In a can. Hazy copper appearance. Booming fruity hop aroma. Huge mango or guava hop flavor backed by a wisp of malt. Incredible juicy nectar all the way through. Superb West Coast IPA. ABV: 6.8% My rating: 4.2. RateBeer rating: 97 overall, 97 for style, 3.67 weighted average. Brewery: Marble Brewery, Albuquerque.
Of the few Wild Wolf beers I’ve had since their inception, this 5.1% ABV American Pale is, hands-down my favorite. Alpha Ale couldn’t be any better named — it fits the brewery’s motif perfectly and speaks toward the higher alpha-acid carrying hops (Citra, Columbus and Cascade) utilized in its creation. Show More Summary
Branded doobies soon? Delaware brewery Dogfish Head is partnering with the Grateful Dead to create a pale ale, and they asked fans to suggest one "righteous, off-centered ingredient" to add to the recipe. Deadhead Thomas Butler proposed granola as a complement to the beer's hops and barley — and because tofu and sprouts just wouldn't taste right. Show More Summary
Fret not, Grateful Dead-loving booze-hounds: The jam-band’s new signature beer is also kinda nutritious. As Ultimate Classic Rock reports, the Dead have teamed with Dogfish Head Craft Brewery to create their own “bold pale ale” called American Beauty. Show More Summary
Beginning the week of October 21, Bell's will introduce Two Hearted Ale, Amber Ale, Bell's Porter, Kalamazoo Stout, Oarsman Ale and the newly renamed Midwestern Pale Ale (formerly just "Pale Ale") to markets in Western and upstate New York. That's right—not New York City. At least, not yet.
Community Mosaic India Pale Ale: Beautiful hazy copper color. Big aroma of hops, caramel malts. Hops nicely balanced with a chewy caramel. Silky mouthfeel. Bittering comes forward as it warms. Beautiful, complex beer. Best Texas IPA I’ve had. ABV: 7.5% My rating: 4.1. RateBeer rating: 89 overall, 75 for style, 3.44 weighted average. Brewery: Community Beer Company, Dallas.
This bottle of Big Boss Brewing’s Hell’s Belle is the second to last of a mixed six-pack that I received from a neighbor as thanks a few weeks back. Billed as a Belgian pale ale, this 7% ABV brew carries some strong witbier-like characteristics. The brew is made with the brewery’s favorite yeast strain as […] The post Big Boss Hell’s Belle appeared first on The Barley Blog.
Our third review in San Jose, California-based Hermitage Brewing Company’s Single Hop Series of IPAs brings us to the Calypso hop, “a dual purpose hop that was originally bred from the Nugget hop varietal.” The nose is extremely fruity — … Continue reading ?
I think I noted last month that I have a neighbor that likes to thank me for watching their house while they are out of town with beer from wherever they may have travelled. Well, their latest trip took them to North Carolina and upon their return they brought me a six pack of mixed […] The post Natty Green’s Southern Pale Ale appeared first on The Barley Blog.
Akron, OH – The highly anticipated release of Fresh Frog Raw Hop Imperial Pale Ale will be this Friday! Its been 2 years since w… The post Hoppin’ Frog Fresh Frog Raw Hop Imperial Pale Ale Release This Friday appeared first on thefullpint.com.
Calder Kettle Series Hopportunity Knocks India Pale Ale: On draft at the brewery. Rich, hazy auburn color. Massive floral hop aroma backed by a whiff of malt. Enormous sticky orange hop flavor with just enough malt to stand up to it (which, I suspect, depresses its rating in the hops-only-please Pacific Northwest). Is there some [...]
Atlas Rowdy: On draft in Washington, DC (on the brewery’s first weekend of availability). Weird beer! Not a traditional India Pale Ale (the bar at which I had it lists it as one but…), not even close. Aroma of toasted nuts. Flavor is full of hazelnut. Hops are there… but secondary? Rye is evident, chewy. [...]
Bremerton, WA – Today Silver City Brewery is proud to introduce Saint Florian India Pale Ale in 12oz bottle 6-packs. Saint Fl… The post Silver City Brewery To Release Saint Florian IPA In 6-Packs appeared first on thefullpint.com.
Phoenix, AZ – Earlier this summer, local homebrewers and craft beer experts, James Swann and Andrew Bauman teamed up with an… The post Grand Canyon Brewing Ruby Red Pale Ale Collab Debuts At The Hungry Monk Sept. 12 appeared first on thefullpint.com.