A west coast IPA collaboration from Pizza Port and Beachwood Brewing. Yeah.. this will work.
Of all the beers in the fridge, this was the logical choice. A balanced 10% ABV triple IPA collaboration between Alesmith and Pizza Port Brewing.
I enjoyed this 7.2% ABV IPA from Pizza Port Brewing. Grassy citrus notes up front, pale malt body with pleasing lingering bitterness on the finish, urging me to take another sip… then it was gone.
Found this in the bottom of the beer drawer. Ouch…June 2019 canning date… so a bit late. Oh well. Right out of the can the nose was a mix of piney, resinous, sweet malts with notes of fruit. Medium bodied IPA with soft, pillowy mouthfeel and a balanced finish. Maybe less bitterness than balanced. “Exudes […]
Doing some at-home self realizing.
Pizza Port and Stone Brewing collaboration “Beer Friends Forever” is a 6.2% ABV San Diego Pale Ale with pale malt body with pronounced bitterness. Finishes dry with lingering notes of citrus rind. Cheers
Reached deep into the fridge and made the logical choice. Though it maybe a 3x IPA by Alesmith standards, on a Pizza Port scale it would be a San Diego strong pale ale. Tasty either way.
One of my favorite beers that Pizza Port Brewing offers in cans.
Yep, this will work. Sadly, it’s my last one…and at the same time surprised it lasted as long as it did.
Darn near 35 miles and 4 beer stops (Legacy Tap Room , Saint Archer, Alesmith and Green Flash). Though a bit different than originally planned…with 2 stops added just before we passed them, and one removed so we could avoid some hills, all in all a great day. A can of Swami’s can only make […]