Monthly Archives: July 2012

My visit to the Great Adirondack Brewing Co.

I apologize in advance for the title of this post. It’s a bit misleading. My time in Lake Placid, NY, over the weekend led me to the Great Adirondack Brewing Co., at least in spirit. As part of Great Adirondack … Continue reading

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Review: Cape Ann Sunrise Saison

In keeping with the summer beer theme that we’ve boasted this week, I decided it’s time to take a look at Cape Ann’s Sunrise Saison. Touted as a saison brewed with strawberries (250 pounds worth, the brewery’s site notes), I … Continue reading

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Review: Sierra Nevada’s Pale Ale

Mr. Mallard’s recent review of Troegs Dream Weaver got me to thinking about what I look for in a summer beer.  As an IPA fan, I’m immediately attracted to anything with big hop character.  But in the summer, I like … Continue reading

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Review: Troegs Dream Weaver

A fussy beer drinker in warmer weather, I’m constantly looking for something that has a flavor other than lemon and won’t sit in my stomach like a stout during the summer months. Luckily, I’ve been fortunate to come across a … Continue reading

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Review: Dogfish Head Positive Contact

With alcoholic ciders continuing to gain a larger share of the craft brewing world, it was only a matter of time before Dogfish Head tried its hand at integrating apples into one of its brews. Positive Contact — a collaboration … Continue reading

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