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Don’t ask me why, but apparently 2017 is the year malt liquor went craft. Perhaps breweries have ran out of styles to make a splash with. (“You know what would be better than making another NE IPA? A malt liquor!”) … Continue reading
It was March of 2015. I had just finished hosting a spirits dinner at a bar in Chicago and was chatting with the manager. That’s when I first heard about the new drink that was sweeping through Chicago, hard root … Continue reading
This is a bit more like it. After a couple giant blind taste tests in a row, a simple one-man, three beer challenge is a welcome relief. This time it’s Christmas beers, or more specifically, Ohio Christmas beers.
You would think that I would have learned after the Oktoberfest debacle. Want to destroy any love you have for a style? Taste through a dozen or so beers in one sitting and then come back and tell me you … Continue reading
You learn a lot after tasting 14 Oktoberfest beers. Like the fact that most Oktoberfests taste pretty similar. And that Oktoberfest beers aren’t really your favorite style. And that maybe 14 Midwestern Oktoberfests was a bit ambitious.
Think states that lead the country in fruit production and Midwestern states probably aren’t the first ones to come to mind. Flyover country tends to be known more for its corn and wheat and less for blueberries and cherries. Yet … Continue reading
Two of the most sought after, highest rated beers in the world are produced less than 200 miles from each other in the heart of Midwestern beer country. When it comes to bourbon barrel-aged imperial stouts, it’s hard to top … Continue reading