Did you know New Belgium made a sour? Neither did we, until now. This beer smells fantastic, but the taste was a little let down. Sour cherries and currents, but not as complex as the Russian River sours. At $15 per bottle, I’d rather seek out a Russian River sour.
Fifty Fifty Brewing Co. | Eclipse 2013 - Four Roses
Every year I look forward to Fifty Fifty’s Eclipse series. I mean, it’s stout aged in bourbon barrels. How could one go wrong? Amazing stuff and stood up well to an afternoon of Deschutes Black Butte and Abyss tasting.
At $2.99 per 6-pack this is easily the cheapest beer that has made it to Corkhoarder and we’re happy to report that it is indeed certifiably hipster. Move over Pabst Blue Ribbon, there’s a new can in town!
Had the opportunity of tasting Devil Canyon’s Full Boar and Bourbon Barrel Aged Full Boar Scottish Ales last evening. Huge contrast between the two. Full Boar being a full bodies nutty proper Scottish Ale, while the Bourbon Barrels add a bright oak as well as sour to the profile.
Brewing beer since 1892, Ožujsko is one of the most popular Croatian beers around. As synonymous with Croatia as Peroni is to Italy, or Budweiser to America. Great for Mediterranean climates. Easy to drink, and enjoy by the beach.
Did you know Drakes made a hefe? We didn’t either until we sat for into San Jose’s Smoking Pig BBQ, a BBQ joint with an extensive craft beer menu. Honey, Orange and Citrus notes. Kept the pepper sauce at bay. Tasty.