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Looking at a local brewery on a Flashback Friday

I’m not going to pretend this post was by design, that this was something planned well in advance or something. I was simply trying to clear a bit of space on my phone by deleting some interviews from the past … Continue reading

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Back to business and a brown ale

I’m trying to reboot here. I want to get things going. I really, really do. But a lack of available time to write, let alone consistently try new beers, has made that difficult. So we’re going to give this a … Continue reading

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Apologies

Folks, it’s been way too long since I’ve updated here. This isn’t going to be an exciting return; rather, this is a promise that I will be posting new stuff here. And soon. I’ll even pinky promise if you want.

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Beer review: Brooklyn Sorachi Ace

The number of times of I can say my mind has been blown by a beer can be counted on one of my hands. My experience with the Brooklyn Sorachi Ace from the Brooklyn Brewery is the most recent of … Continue reading

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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: 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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Happy Sol brings the sunshine

I can’t say that I regret drinking Slumbrew’s Happy Sol on a snowy January afternoon. I’ll just say it’s better suited for warmer times. You see, the thing with Happy Sol is that it tastes like it belongs near a … Continue reading

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