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St.Arnold Christmas Ale is sweet and soft, but generally uninspired and it shows some oddities. Here’s why I’d pass on it and wait for better Christmas brews…
If you’ve got a hankering for a bold sweet malty brew with a flavor bigger than the Lone Star State itself, head on over to Shiner Winter Ale country!
It was in California, on a warm 72 degree December afternoon that I discovered Sierra Nevada’s Celebration Ale.
Every winter I get excited to see the seasonal beers on the shelves, but for the past three years or so I have searched for, but not been able to find, Pete’s Wicked Winter Brew.
One of the most pitiful excuses for “beer” ever to disgrace the shelves of a liquor store. Recognized as hazardous substance in some states.
I enjoy having a selection of Irish beers to choose from when the St. Patrick’s Day parade comes through my town. It is because of this that I stumbled across Caffrey’s Irish Ale a few years back while trying to stock the shelves with some variety from Ireland.
White Castle is offering a unique twist to a Thanksgiving holiday favorite… turkey stuffing that is made with–what else–White Castle Sliders.
On and off the mound, baseball’s most beloved bad-ass never failed to entertain.
“The Great One” helped define comedy in the Golden Age of television.
With the weight of two men, Andre the Giant could have been famous for his size alone.
A man of tremendous appetites, given to excess in every aspect of his life. Excessively talented, excessively funny and excessively nice.
As a modern day Everyman, Goodman has unlimited potential.
Norm Peterson is quite possibly the most famous beer drinker in the history of television.
This holiday season, the Boston Beer Company is going dark. They will release Samuel Adams Chocolate Bock, defined as “a rich, delicious, full flavored chocolate beer that is sure to enhance the holiday season for beer and chocolate lovers alike.”
Students at Rice University have created “BioBeer” using yeast genetically modified to produce resveratrol, a naturally occurring compound found in red wine that has been shown to have cancer-fighting and cardiovascular benefits.