Monthly Archives: July 2011

Sam Adams Light

Fizzy yellow beer is for wussies. As practicing beer snobs, we know this. Light beer is frat-boy beer, suited only for playing flip cup. Lightweights….last time I played flip cup, I used a 7% Scotch ale malt bomb. But that’s … Continue reading

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Sierra Nevada Pale Ale

So I was in Whole Foods a little while ago, and on a whim I decided to make a mixed six-pack of some of the beers I’m usually too much of a snob to drink. One of the bottles I … Continue reading

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Ommegang/Brasserie d’Achouffe “Gnomegang”

I’ve had this bottle for a while, a collaboration between Ommegang from Cooperstown, New York, and the renowned Brasserie d’Achouffe from somewhere near the Ardennes. Want a beer, and I don’t see anything else in my fridge that I want … Continue reading

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Brasserie Dieu Du Ciel! Rosee d’Hibiscus

Though most known for its coffee stout “Peche Mortel,” Canadian brewery Dieu Du Ciel! has a fair range of beers, most of which we don’t get here, but we are starting to see more of its beers in South Florida. … Continue reading

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Saison Cazeau

Some of you might have forgotten that I have a blog. The thing is, I’ve been having plenty of new beers, but I’ve tried them in inconvenient places for blogging. When you’re out with a group, it’s difficult to bang … Continue reading

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