Evil Twin Brewing Ron and the Beast Ryan, 22 oz., 7% ABV. Just a little bit carbonated.
Nebraska Brewing Company EOS Hefeweizen, 12 oz., 5.2% ABV, 13 IBUs. I’m quite pleased that Nebraska Brewing has their new production facility up and running. This hefeweizen tastes like summer and minor-league baseball, and now I can have it any time I want.
Gasthaus & Gosebrauerei Bayerischer Bahnhof Berliner Style Weisse, 11.2 oz., 3% ABV. Incredibly tart. The real revelation here is that a version of this beer with brettanomyces lambicus exists. That I need to find!
Dogfish Head Brewery Palo Santo Marron, 12 oz., 12% ABV, 50 IBUs. More wood aroma and flavor than the table it’s sitting on.
21st Amendment Brewery Bitter American, 12 oz., 4.4% ABV, 42 IBUs. This beer in honor of the US Olympic hockey results.
Professor Fritz Briem 1809 Berliner Weisse, 16.9 oz., 5% ABV. In the two-year history of this blog, this is the first import I’ve ever posted. Not because I’m against imports, but just because it’s so easy to get distracted by all the great American craft beers. So in the spirit of the Olympics, I drink to my German heritage. I wonder if that’s why I like sour beers so much?
Tallgrass Brewing Company Zombie Monkey, 1 pint, 6.2% ABV, 35 IBUs. Unearthed in the back of my beer fridge! It’s a little thing, but I love the matte-like finish on the can.
Boulevard Brewing Company Mid-Coast IPA, 12 oz., 5.6% ABV, 104 IBUs. Dear Boulevard, Use a wealth of hops more often. We’re not scared. Thanks!
Stone Brewing Company Enjoy By 02.14.14, 22 oz., 9.4% ABV. DON’T TELL ME WHAT TO DO! Or do. Whatever.