One thing I do like about the craft beer revolution is that you can get a good beer in Utah. On a Sunday.
Another in a long list of IPAS from Back Street brewing in Vista. 6.6% abv, bright, fresh and crisp with just a little maltiness. Perfect for an ungodly hot day.
Nothing like a big, hoppy DIPA to take the edge off a hot summer afternoon.
Seeing Adam’s Betty in a can, I got jealous and had to go get my own. This is one of those I prefer in a bottle.
An exclusive from Left Coast Brewing for Islands restaurant. Light bodied and citrusy. Perfect for a warm day in late spring
Another local IPA. This one 6% abv. A solid 16 ounces of IPA.
Having a 24/7 session IPA (unfiltered IPA 4.6% abv) and an Irish Angus Stout (6.2% abv). Both are delicious. #manhattan ks, #littleapplebrew
At Topeka, Kansas’ very popular Blind Tiger Brewery & Restaurant enjoying a Tiger Bite IPA and Tiger Paw Porter
From New Belgium. Nice and hoppy but with an ABV that makes it possible to have one at lunch and still be functional the rest of the day.
From Big Sky. Super fruity hop profile, 7% ABV. Definitely a thumbs up.