Review: Newcastle Winter IPA

Review: Newcastle Winter IPA

Newcastle sent me another round of beer, this time their newest limited edition beer the Newcastle Winter IPA. Looks The Newcastle Winter IPA pours with a great light tan head which lasted for a little over a minute. When it dissipated though, the head was completely...
Review: Newcastle Summer Ale

Review: Newcastle Summer Ale

I got an email a few weeks ago from Newcastle asking if I’d like to try their new beer. Of course I said yes, never turning down a free beer, and they shipped one out to me right away. The beer has the familiar Newcastle logo, but brighter summer colors. So...
Review: Warsteiner Dunkel

Review: Warsteiner Dunkel

A friend of mine at work asked the other day if I’d tried Warsteiner Dunkel.  I’ve had many German beers, but I couldn’t remember if I had sampled this brew before.  The beer is a famous international beer, so it was easy to find at the store. Warsteiner Dunkel...
Review: Avery’s Mephistopheles Stout

Review: Avery’s Mephistopheles Stout

Background I like stouts, and I’ve liked most everything from Avery, so I thought I would give Mephistopheles Stout a try.   The name gives everything away for this stout.  This is a devil of a beer. Avery’s Mephistopheles Looks Mephistopheles has a dark tan...
Review: Fraoch Heather Ale

Review: Fraoch Heather Ale

Alabama House Bill 9  (HB9) is the current incarnation of legalizing homebrewing for Alabama home brewers. Since Mississippi passed a law legalizing homebrewing in March of this year (goes into effect July 1st), Alabama is now the only state in the entire union where...
Review: Oud Beersel Framboise

Review: Oud Beersel Framboise

Oud Beersel Framboise Information on Oud Beersel Framboise is difficult to find.  The beer was originally produced in Beersel, Belgium, but the brewery went out of business.  In 2002 and 2003 health inspectors caught up with the lambic industry in Belgium.  If you’ve...