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The statement printed under the musket is believed by every true born Texan and will echo until the walls of the Alamo crumble to dust, “If you have to ask what 1836 stands for. Please put down this beer and leave our country.”...

My first visit to Whole Foods Market Brewing Company isn't one I will soon forget. I managed to squeeze everything I could out of my first Fathers Day as a dad! I went to work like normal so it wasn't like I had all day, then I talked my wife into going to Under the Radar with me then we ended the night at Whole Foods Market Brewing Company. My wife wasn't thrilled to squeeze in two breweries in about two hours, but its fathers day...

Mooring Line Amber pours with the slightest of haziness and a rich copper-brown color. There's a solid two-fingers of foamy head that sinks as quick as the Titanic, but it leaves a fine layer in its wake that rests at the top as you drink it. There wasn't much...

Southern Star Summer Saison takes sessionable to another level. It's starts incredibly clean and smooth, with very little to no hop undertones (a bonus if you're not a huge IPA fan such as myself), and finishes with a spicier twinge. Caramel attempts to peek through the flavor profile, but the wetter, fruity tastes have the biggest impact....

Craft beer fans rejoice! The industry has made big steps this week to be a little bit more transparent, thanks to the Brewers Association Independent Craft Seal. I’m sure we’ve all been there. You're strolling down the beer aisle at the grocery store wondering which craft beer to try next. You easily eliminate the latter half of the aisle stocked with Bud Light, Coors, and Lone Star, but still, so many options...

This week I'm a taking a closer look at B-52 Tart Frenchie Blackberry. Blackberry Frenchie pours a lovely plum color with minimal head. The lacing runs down the glass slowly in a classy way as you enjoy her. The nose is your first clue as to how well balanced this...