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Your Father Smelt of Elderberries by Stone Brewing Co.

Sat, 09/26/2015 - 9:35am -- Beer Guy

Your Father Smelt of Elderberries
Stone Brewing Company
Medieval-style ale brewed with Elderberries
10.3% ABV

I haven't been a fan of Stone's Stochasticity series thus far, but I picked up this latest offering from Greg Koch and company largely, if not completely because of the Monty Python connection. Even if the beer stinks, it's still a pretty cool bottle to put on display, right? However, friends, trust me when I say that this brew is over the top, shout it from the mountains, doing cartwheels in the Wise Guys bomber aisle-fantastic!

w00tstout 3.0 By Stone Brewing Co.

Mon, 07/27/2015 - 9:24pm -- Beer Guy

w00tstout 3.0
Stone Brewing Co.
Ale brewed with cocoa, pecans, wheat & rye, with one quarter aged in bourbon barrels
14% ABV

Having skipped Indiana last year, it was a pleasant surprise to see that Stone would be sending w00tstout 3.0 our way in 2015. If I remember correctly, the inaugural release in 2013 went on to be one of my favorite beers of the year. Here's hoping this collaboration from Drew Curtis, Wil Wheaton and Greg Koch remains the same, if not having gotten substantially better!

Southern Hemisphere Harvest Fresh Hop IPA by Sierra Nevada

Sun, 06/07/2015 - 5:35pm -- Beer Guy

2015 Southern Hemisphere Harvest Fresh Hop IPA
Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
6.7% ABV

Beer Guy here! Hey! Is there a seasonal brew that you absolutely and without a doubt have to try every time it makes its way back to the shelves? Well, for me, it's Sierra Nevada's Fresh Hop IPA from their 5-Beer Harvest Series. I just can't get enough of these New Zealand hops!

Here we go!

The pour on Fresh Hop is amber in color with a wonderfully fluffy, off-white head that shows great retention and lacing throughout.

Good Juju By Left Hand

Tue, 04/14/2015 - 9:19am -- Beer Guy

Beer Guy here!

Loooook.... I've had a few ginger beers in my life, and, I'll be honest, it's not a style I make an effort to seek out. It's just not my thing. That being said, it's Left Hand Brewing, home to Wake Up Dead, Twin Sisters, aaaaand Fade To Black! Give credit where credit is due.

Let's get to it!

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