Monthly Archives: December 2011

Russian River Pliny the Elder

There are some beers that encourage angst on the part of the beer geek. Should I open this now? Should I wait one year? Two years? Ten? We are often worried about opening that special beer too soon. With Pliny … Continue reading

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Sam Adams The Vixen Chocolate Chili Bock

Obviously, I’m a sucker for beers with pretty women on the label. That, and naturally I will find the idea of a chocolate chili cinnamon beer to be too interesting to pass up. This bomber sees the Boston Beer Co … Continue reading

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Stone/Bruery/Elysian La Citrueille Celeste de Citracado

Wow, is that a mouthful. Anyway, as one might have guessed, this is yet another collaboration beer under Stone’s banner, this time with the Bruery and Elysian. At this point, who HASN’T Stone collaborated with – that is the question! … Continue reading

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Favorite Beer Label/Bottle Art

Inspired by an article in Edible South Florida on beer label art, I thought I’d blog some of the best beer art I’ve seen. As with wine, a fancy label does not guarantee the quality of the libation, but oddly … Continue reading

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