Little Log Cabin's third beer, and my third from them. Another great 'cozy' beer. As the name implies, this would be a great beer for a sunny day. Lighter than the first 2 releases, a little malt in the back. Galaxy takes a backseat to mosaic and simcoe.Earned the For the Can (Level 50) badge!
Incredible "beer". Puree in a glass, insane amount of berry pulp that floats in the head and sticks to the glass. Appearance is one of the best I've seen, amazing carbonation that slowly moves through the thick beer. No booze at all for 8% tastes like 0%.Earned the Cheers to Independent U.S. Craft Breweries (Level 43) badge! Earned the Photogenic Brew (Level 79) badge!
Lots and lots of sweet guava. No sign of alcohol here, it's only 4% anyway. Pineapple is there but guava really dominates the flavor. Super tropical and refreshing, would be best enjoyed in the heat, not a rainy day like today.Earned the Pucker Up (Level 7) badge!
Semi-funky blood orange sour IPA. Lots of orange on the front end with a decent hop presence. Citrus flavor is a bit darker leading me to believe there was lots of blood orange used here, despite the color. Light, smooth mouthfeel with very low acidity.
Electric line share. 450 north is blowing me away, every one of these beers is incredible. Perfect pulpy berry flavor with a smooth but hoppy background. Very well balanced sour IPA. Bit of malt on the background otherwise a straight forward fruit hop mix
Electric line share. Pretty good breakfast stout, very little booze. All the flavors of french toast are here, could use a little more maple syrup though. A little light for a pastry style stout but it's still a delicious, drinkable stout.Earned the Sky's the Limit (Level 7) badge! Earned the For the Can (Level 49) badge! Earned the Land of the Free (Level 76) badge!
Electric line share. Surprisingly good for a 450 north IPA. Not super bitter, lots of smooth hops and a creamy mouthfeel. Booze is well hidden however it does have a small bite on the finish. 450 morning marathon continuesEarned the Cheers to Independent U.S. Craft Breweries (Level 42) badge! Earned the Photogenic Brew (Level 78) badge!
Electric line share. Couldn't ask for a better 'dessert' beer. Strong Graham cracker flavor crust. Lots of brown sugar and sweet cinnamon perfectly balanced with tart strawberry. Smooth thick mouthfeel, lots of pulp as expected.Earned the Fruits of Your Labor (Level 2) badge!
Electric line share. The perfect beer to drink at 6am. Straight up guava concentrate with raspberries blended in. Thick pulpy mouthfeel with a delicious slightly tart tropical fruit blast. I need to get my hands on more of the veil.Earned the Middle of the Road (Level 67) badge! Earned the Pucker Up (Level 6) badge!
Another amazing brew from electric. Insane, green hop bite upfront with a creamy backend. Mouthfeel is super thick and milky, classic electric feeling. Slightly less carbonation than other recent releases, still a good amount for the style.
Purchased at Electric Brewing Co.Earned the American Craft Beer Week (2019) badge!
Pure line share. Crazy pulpy sour blackberries. Thick in mouthfeel, low carbonation, wine-like. Very tart, jammy flavors with a whole lot of blackberry. Dark fruit with a small funky, astringent bite. Thanks CO/NE H. !Earned the Land of the Free (Level 75) badge!
Pure line share. A little thinner than I'd like, but very straightforward flavor matching its description. Flavor is like a melted otter pop with a touch of cream. Bready malt background, not much sourness here.Earned the Cheers to Independent U.S. Craft Breweries (Level 41) badge! Earned the Photogenic Brew (Level 77) badge! Earned the For the Can (Level 48) badge!
Great to have Revision available on tap, always a solid choice. Pretty dank, pungent hoppy flavor, still smooth and crushable for 8%. A bit lighter than I'd like, still has some of that revision punch to the mouthfeel. Bright citrus and earthy dank.Earned the 2X (Level 26) badge!
Good, but not Alvarado's best. Hazy, not a standard NEIPA for sure. Bright bitter notes with lots of floral and dank hops. Dry semi full mouthfeel, could definitely be juicier. Lacking Alvarado's signature yeast profile, kind of a new age west coast IPA.
Purchased at Bottlecraft Beer Shop & Tasting RoomEarned the I Believe in IPA! (Level 66) badge!
Incredible. Everything you could ever ask for in a stout. Mouthfeel was crazy thick with a crumbly texture. Hazelnuts upfront like liquid Ferrero Rocher, followed by smooth coffee w/ a mellow sweet finish. Absolutley no sign of the 18%ABV, zero booze heatEarned the Bar Explorer (Level 7) badge! Earned the Brewery Pioneer (Level 24) badge!