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Beer Reviews / 28.06.2017

Currently, Circle Hook IPA can only be found in local vendors or specific pubs/bars in draft form. When we asked about releasing this beer as well as others we were given a simple answer of “When the people of Houston start to demand more, then that’s what our next canning will be, but until then...

Beer Reviews / 22.06.2017

I was nervous as hell to try out another one of Copperheads concoctions since my last just didn’t sit right with me (*cough* Medusa *cough*). So on a suggestion, given by several of my fellow authors, I ventured once more down the aisles of HEB toward the Houston craft beer section and found a brew that would restore my confidence in their brewing company...

Beer Reviews / 20.06.2017

Kangaroo Killer Pale Ale by Copperhead Brewery is quickly becoming a go to brew! Tony and I were actually able to sit down with Seth the day before he released the beer and half way through the beer I got a call from my wife asking me to leave because my son ran out of formula at daycare. So I did what every dad in the world would do, I pretended like I couldn't hear her and hung up. You know I couldn't do that! I left and...

Beer Reviews / 19.06.2017

At the first sip, No Label Mango Milkshake takes me back to elementary school lunches, trading something from my lunchbox to a kid with gushers or a fruit roll up. When we were there, Nick had a glass of it before me. He looked at me with a huge grin and said, "taste this," as he leaned the glass towards me. "Straight fruit roll up AMIRIGHT!?...

Beer Reviews / 15.06.2017

When I poured Goat Roper into that lovely Beer Chronicle pint glass, the light revealed why it's called a "brown porter." The brew was completely an opaque, brown color that looked more like squid ink when you took the light away. A comparison we can all understand:...

Beer Reviews / 14.06.2017

Weisstheimer was released this past May and its pun filled popularity has taken the “In the Loop” crowd by storm. I arrived early, and was the second or perhaps third patron who had made themselves comfortable at the bar; I took a quick breather to mentally prepare myself for what my wife would later tell me to be an unheard consumption rate of tacos and beer...

Beer Reviews / 24.05.2017

The DL Double drinks much easier than its 8.2 ABV. The pour is a dark orange juice color with just the right amount of head. The nose on the beer radiates an intense tropical aroma. One sip, and it's easy to tell the flavor on the DL Double is well balanced from beginning to end. First, the seriously intense tropical hoppy flavor comes through...