This beer from the Vista,CA-based Green Flash Brewing Co. pours mahogany with an inch thick, creamy head and lots of lacing on the glass.
The first thing any body mentions with this beer from Dogfish Head is that it pours, against all odds, a clear golden (because logic would dictate a darker ale due to the cocoa nibs used in the making of this brew).
I managed to land a 375 ml bottle of Angel’s Share Ale from The Lost Abbey a few months back.
One of the many oktoberfest beers you’ll see around this time of year, Ayinger’s Oktober Fest-Märzen is one of the finer examples of the style.
Colorado seems to have no shortage of quality craft beer and Breckenridge Brewery continues to lay claim to the cause with this mighty double IPA.
Saisons are a complex beer style.
My first intro to Golden Monkey happened a few years ago when owner Bill Covaleski poured me one during a visit to Victory Brewing Co. in Downingtown, PA.
If you haven’t been to Portsmouth, NH, you have missed a special micro beer culture.
This collaboratively-brewed beer boasts that it “unites the 1,000 years of brewing knowledge and innovation” between the two cooperating breweries.