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Monday Night Brewing by Father Figure

Steinhoist is drinking a Father Figure by Monday Night Brewing at The Recovery Room

I absolutely love this—prerequisite is that you love bourbon. If so, you’ll love this too. My only small complaint is that it’s hard to really taste the black Saison behind it—I guess not after 20 months in barrels! Thanks, Enrique! Cobbed corn pairing.


König Brauerei by König Pilsener

Steinhoist is drinking a König Pilsener by König Brauerei at Open Cork Eatery & Lounge

Nice Pilsner, a little sweet and a longer finish than others in the style I’ve had. Refreshing on a patio with limited menu options during a beautiful evening visiting with work peeps. Too bad my ankle didn’t appreciate the evening as much. Need ice.


Beer Foodie (Level 27) Earned the Beer Foodie (Level 27) badge! Draft City (Level 89) Earned the Draft City (Level 89) badge! Crisp as Day (Level 19) Earned the Crisp as Day (Level 19) badge! Pizza & Brew (Level 3) Earned the Pizza & Brew (Level 3) badge!

Bellwoods Brewery by Bring Out Your Dead (2017)

Steinhoist is drinking a Bring Out Your Dead (2017) by Bellwoods Brewery at The Recovery Room

Bold cognac. I didn’t try this fresh; opening my first bottle tonight to see if it’s worthy to gift a friend, and it is. The reviews left me guessing but as with all previous vintages, age rewards. 3rd best of 4 IMO but tastes like it’s gaining viscosity.


Brouwerij Van Honsebrouck by St. Louis Gueuze Fond Tradition

Steinhoist is drinking a St. Louis Gueuze Fond Tradition by Brouwerij Van Honsebrouck at The Recovery Room

2012 Vintage. After almost 6 yrs, it’s still drinking beautifully. Tart apple & oak with a dry front-palate finish. Wish I had another bottle to see just how far this could go—I imagine it’s still got a few years in it. Paired perfectly with fried ukoy.


World Pint (2018) Earned the World Pint (2018) badge!

Firestone Walker Brewing Company by Sucaba (2014)

Steinhoist is drinking a Sucaba (2014) by Firestone Walker Brewing Company at The Recovery Room

This really opens up after half an hour in the glass revealing huge complexity with notes of vanilla, oak, tobacco, chocolate and toffee. Time in the glass and a boss pour is the only way to go. Paired exquisitely with freshly baked chocolate cookies.