Rob, Tim I mix up the rugby ideas in Duxton, expound on matters rugby. The beer for review is the Gage Roads Atomic Pale Ale. The music is by Hancock Basement. You can download it now.
I’ve only had a few brews from Pennsylvania’s Lancaster Brewing over the years — Amish Four Grain Pale Ale, Gold Star Pilsner and Milk Stout. The only one so far to have wowed me was their Milk Stout which for some reason I haven’t officially reviewed here. Their Rumspringa, a 6.6% ABV bock, sort of [...] The post Lancaster Brewing Rumspringa appeared first on The Barley Blog.
As of March, the United States, was home to two thousand three hundred and sixty craft breweries, the relatively small, artisanship-oriented producers best known for India pale ales, porters, and other decidedly non-Budweiser-esque beers. Show More Summary
Three years ago, I asked what the heck Taunton ale was. I found a few more things that I noted in the comments but, still, was pretty much left with the idea it was a bit of a fringe thing, a bit of a one off. After all, India Pale Ale...Show More Summary
When most beer is brewed, it’s made with a variety of hops, designed to add complexity and a variety of flavors to a brew. But Hermitage Brewing, based in San Jose, California, has a series of brews with a unique … Continue reading ...
(Boulder, CO) – Are you ready?! Tomorrow we will be releasing our 5th year around can: Upslope Brewing Company Imperial In… The post Upslope Brewing Releases #5 Can: Imperial India Pale Ale appeared first on thefullpint.com.
Well played, guys. We heard pretty much nothing about Mmmhops, the debut pale ale from nineties one-hit wonders Hanson, after it was announced in 2011, to the point that we sort of gave up hope. But now the pitch-perfect brothers have gotten an extra boost from placement in The Hangover Part III, and Ed Helms seems to be a fan. Show More Summary
The Hanson guys (yes, them) are all grown up, still play music, and have kids. They now also sell beer: Mmmhops Pale Ale is a joint venture the brothers have entered into with Mustang Brewing in their home state of Oklahoma. [ more ...
This may sound like a bad joke, but the Hanson brothers have debuted their own line of beer. The pop group introduced MmmHops (get it?) Pale Ale to a group of people at the recent Hangover Part III after party in Los Angeles on Monday night. According to E! Online, the Hanson brothers got into [...] Hanson Brothers Debut MmmHops Beer [Photo] is a post from: The Inquisitr
I’ve never encountered any products from Olympia, Washington’s Fish Brewing Company in the past, but that wasn’t going to stop me from picking up this 9.9% ABV Imperial IPA from them. I’m always up for giving a new brewery a shot and this Hodgson’s Double India Pale Ale is a pretty solid introduction. Part of [...]
Ohio’s Fat Head’s Brewery, which makes one of America’s most celebrated India Pale Ales, plans to open a brewpub in Portland, Ore., one of America’s most celebrated beer cities. Co-owner and brewer Matt Cole said Fat Head’s, which already has both a production brewery and a restaurants, signed a deal for a 13,000-square-foot space in the [...]
Alaskan Brewing announced that it will no longer offer its Alaskan Pale as a year-round release. The brewery decided to cut production because it cannot get the hops that make the golden ale unique. “The U.S. Tettnanger hops availability, consistency and quality had started to become an ongoing issue for the past several years,” David Wilson, [...]
No, I am not blogging about India Pale Ale, although I must say that I am a big fan of it. I am writing about one of the best patent hacks I have seen in the decade that I have...
From Ironfire Brewing – With double the hops of our normal India Pale Ale, Dead on Arrival will reak havoc on your palate from f… The post Ironfire Dead on Arrival appeared first on thefullpint.com.
Two new brews from our friends at Starr Hill Starr Hill Grateful Pale Ale – Straightforward, delicious, and crisp with modest citrus character — and not overly bitter (just 26 IBUs). This classic pale ale offers a bounty of hops, … Continue reading ?
We all remember specific moments from our first concert experiences, and Thomas Butler recalls two from his first Grateful Dead show: the "cigarettes" people were passing around and colliding with a woman wearing only a soaking wet white sheet after being tossed over the fence by his dad — all while he was just 9 years old.
Ever wondered what kinds of beer are most environmentally sound? Our ethical guide will influence how you get under the influence.
The San Francisco-based brewery is bringing their flagship brews, Prohibition Ale and Big Daddy IPA, along with the seasonal Tallulah Extra Pale Ale. [ more › ]
From El Segundo Brewing - The base is a very straighforward and balanced American Pale. Then, we add an insane amount of Citra for a…
One of the tastiest, easiest to drink styles of beer is the American Pale Ale. Not quite as strong as a full fledged IPA, this style of b…