Archive for 'Video Beer Reviews'
Posted on22. Jun, 2012 by Ricky.
Port Brewing’s Wipeout IPA is made in San Marcos California and is mostly only available in California and Arizona. The beer pours a hefty orange and looks bottle conditioned. It has fair lacing but not a lot of head. It has a very “home brewed” appearance with a fair amount of carbonation. The yeast that […]
Posted on01. Apr, 2010 by Ricky.
This is one of our older episodes and we had one of our first guests Greg! These older episodes were a little worse than the most recent but I figured I might as well publish them. :O) The Nefarious Ten Pin is made by Ska Brewing it is 8% alcohol and is called a “Baltic […]
Posted on10. Feb, 2010 by Ricky.
Rogue has been providing us with some exceptional beers. The labels and bottle designs are all very interesting and usually prepare you very well for what you are about to drink. The Morimoto Imperial Pilsner was made/chosen by Mr. Morimoto who appeared on the Iron Chef. This is an Imperial Pilsner so the alcohol content […]
Posted on13. Jan, 2010 by Daniel Espinoza.
The Firestone Pale 31 is a 4.8% pale ale coming out of sunny California and is brewed by Firestone Walker in Paso Robles. The Pale 31 pours a light color with no head and is reminiscent of apple cider in appearance. The beer gives a crisp hoppy aroma. The smell is nice and simple, nothing […]
Posted on12. Jan, 2010 by Daniel Espinoza.
With Special guest Greg Silvius we tried the Stone 13th Anniversary ale which was released June 28th 2009, as an American Strong Ale weighing in at 9.5% ABV and an IBU of 90+. Stone used more hops on this beer than any other they have ever made! As with all stone beers, this is brewed […]
Posted on11. Jan, 2010 by Daniel Espinoza.
From the Rouge Brewery in Oregon we have the American Amber Ale. The beer has a light color to it and about 2 inches of head. The foam sticks to the glass nicely but overall the appearance is just average. The American Ale gives off a floral-hoppy aroma with some hints of citrus. The beer […]
Posted on09. Jan, 2010 by Ricky.
Daniel and I took a trip to California to do a special focusing on Stone Brewing and a large selection of their beers. You can see the many photos from the trip on our flickr website. This was our 3rd beer of the night and we saved one of the bests for last. Stones Sublimely […]