The Bruery + 3 Floyds Rue D’Floyd : Black Lord GODZILLA VS SPACEGODZILLA Beer collaborations abound. One of the first American sour ales I loved was Marrón Acidifié—an imperial Oud Bruin—a collab from The Bruery and Cigar City. This beer was for me, a big success. Two up and coming craft brewers from different markets,… Continue reading The Bruery + 3 Floyds Rue D’Floyd
Flanders Red ales are a favorite style, so I’ve been looking forward to our review of the award winning Oude Tart from The Bruery. But first we need to take a slight detour into the price of craft beer. Craft beer is, by its nature as a small batch product, expensive, when compared to Big Beer’s… Continue reading The Bruery Oude Tart
Pumpkin Beer Tasting 2011 Part 1 About the beer Pumpkin ales are a species fruit beer brewed to taste of that familiar American spice mix associated with pumpkin pie and mulled rum. Fall is the season for these foods as well as harvest time for pumpkins. Although many pumpkin ales contain canned fruit as… Continue reading What is the Best Pumpkin Ale?
[twocol_one] [dropcap]W[/dropcap]itbier (“white beer”) is a lightly colored wheat beer style that is often flavored with citrus and spices. Hoegaarden is perhaps one of the better know beers of this style, as the legendary brewer Pierre Celis brought back this 400 year old style form extinction in that beer. A perfect summer beer, the… Continue reading The Bruery: Orchard White