Whoa…this is awesome! Who knew we had a Lord Hobo in the lower left. Might as well order another right now, as this juicy 5.5% ABV hazy wheat pale ale, with wonderful notes of fruit, from the upper right just ain’t gonna last. Found this gem at La Jolla Public House.
Nice beer… at Karl in the Village.
The place was packed for their grand opening with 6 drafts on and 2 cans available. JuneShine is the newest high gravity kombucha brewery in town, all with 6% ABV. Our fav was the Beet Berry.
Once again enjoying their juicy, and quite sessionable at 4.8% ABV, IPA.
A new 7.2% ABV IPA from fine folks at Amplified Ale Works. A pale malt body with pleasant hop bitterness. The pic is more orange color than the beer actually is. It looks more like a berlinerweiss…between that and the glow of a Mountain Dew. Not much of a nose, but quite tasty.
A short bike ride to the newest brewery tasting room to open; Mason Ale Works Tasting Room and Kitchen in Carmel Valley. I chose the Eloise Woods, which tasted like an IPA aged in white wine barrels, and The Duke, an 11% triple IPA. Happy with both. If only for a few minutes…we are up […]
A delish 10.5% ABV hazy triple IPA from the fine folks at Pure Project. At only 50 IBU it finishes a bit sweeter than I prefer, but I’m suffering through it just fine.
Strong nose of sweet vanilla and coconut. Flavor matches the nose, but has a mild hop bitterness in the sweet finish. I kept sipping and asking myself what I was tasting…then it was gone. Lots of flavors I would think wouldn’t work together, but oddly they do….and all wrapped up in an 8% ABV solution. […]
Triple can release at Miramar and Backstage (downstairs PB) locations R to L = Top to Bottom of the top 3 below. On tap for a limited time…cans may be around a bit longer. A butt-load of coconut and vanilla notes in the Puddin’ but with a hop bitterness. Juice = yummy. The collaboration beer […]
We enjoyed the taster we received when we picked up Michele’s bottle.