A “Slovenian” pale ale from Pizza Port Bressi. Crisp and clean 4.8% abv. I didn’t even know there were Slovenian pale ales.
Found this little gem in the beer cellar while doing a little re-arranging the other day. What carbonation there was is gone, but the tart raisin, cherry and malt remains. Pretty solid for an 8 year old.
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