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Icon Honey Saison blew away my expectations in one way and was spot on in others. I always look forward to the Icon series and the nice folks down at Saint Arnold put lots of care into the craft, so I knew it was gonna be a great beer - spot on. However, I was a bit unsure about the honey. I thought it might be...

Karbachtoberfest reminds me of a stronger version of Shiner's Oktoberfest. They share some of the same malty sweetness. Albeit a bit mild, Shiner's is milder. I'd recommend this to someone wanting to try something with a little more flavor than the macro brewed stuff, but not yet ready for an...

Chris reached out to Baa Baa Brewhouse and introduced Beer Chronicle. He mentioned that we'd like to check the place out for a little write up. Not only did owners Marcus and Kinga welcome us, they opened the place up on a weekday evening, after work, just for us. That hospitality would set the tone for our visit....

I don't know if I could compare Color Blind Red IPA to any other beers. All the 11 Below beers I've drank so far have been very, very drinkable, so there's that? Color Blind Red IPA is unique for sure. It's a great beer, so I've rated it accordingly, and I'd...

El Hefe Weizen is one of the original brews that No Label Brewing released. The Recipe has changed, not sure exactly how but it is better now in my opinion. If you're looking for a beer you can enjoy all day, this is for you. It is very heavy handed with the citrus and not hoppy at all...

Ale Wagger is comparable to other brown ales in taste and drinkability. In short, it's goo-ood. It's distinctly bodied, a very smooth drink that could accompany a nice ribeye at dinner or a weenie by the pool for the summertime cookouts - a super versatile beer. I rated Ale Wagger a...