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Saint Arnold, in tradition with their epic ICON series, has released a brew that boasts a multitude of fruit notes, an impressive malt bill (a hefty list of malts and grains), and a hop they have never brewed with in their over 20 years of brewing history...

Now on to the important part of the review, how's it taste (Chappelle Show fans fill in the blanks)? Simply put, if you like beer and you like coffee, you're going to love Cortado. Brash is all local, and they use beans from...

This craft brew is a Belgian Style Whitbier, which basically means that this summer quencher is not only light and tart but it has enough layered aroma and flavor to rival hearty winter beers. I found it to be an excellent summer brew and it seems like the hundreds of other athletes...

Bobby shared a funny story with us about sourcing the corn for his Blue Testament pils. He looked high and low all over Texas, but nobody was interested in selling the quality corn at such a low volume. Frustrated and at his wits end, he ended up...

There are dozens of macro comparisons here, so I really want to make this one count. One of my good friends is a devout drinker of Dos Equis, and despite me trying again and again to convert him, he's steadfast. I really wanted to try Border Town Lager for him. It reminds me more of a...

Perpetual Peace is part of the Off Label series. At certain times of the year, No Label puts out limited release beers under this label and perhaps you've seen some of them. Perpetual Peace is the only one (that I have seen in the past few years) that is barrel aged. It's a...

More Cowbell pours golden orange and leaves a fine white foam that will sustain itself through the duration of the brew; which if you enjoyed it like I did then it won’t last long. The aroma that it gives off is floral notes with hints of caramel, but the taste is sweet with just the right kick of...