I was excited to see a personal favorite of mine up on the Digital Pour board, an imperial stout aged on toasted coconut. This is a variant of Stonecloud’s Turtlehead stout base, but aged on the coconut instead of coffee. Available in short supply at the tap room only, no crowlers, get it while it’s […]Read more "STONECLOUD BREWING CO. Touching Cloth Imperial Stout"
I finally got a chance to check out the completed Stonecloud tap room last week. It’s open early in the afternoon and seven days a week! It also happens to be on my way home from work, so I imagine I’ll be stopping by frequently for a quick pint and a crowler or two to […]Read more "STONECLOUD BREWING CO. Neon Sunshine"
Perennial Barrels and Mash favorite Roughtail Adaption IPA was released on Friday. We went to the release and it was a very quick and orderly, I got my beer picked up and paid for in under 30 minutes. Myself and a bunch of other beer dorks were happy to cut out of work a tad […]Read more "Review: Roughtail Adaptation IPA (Batch 007, January 2017)"
Anthem tries its hand at a double rye IPA with Rye’d or DIPA. Right on the can they say they attempting to push the limits on this “radical” brew with “an extreme amount of Rye Malt” and “an explosive amount of Pacific Northwest hops.” Let’s pop the top and try it out. Company: Anthem Brewing […]Read more "Review: Anthem Rye’d or DIPA Double IPA"
Roughtail released yet another IPA last week, and a little early to beat the nasty weather that never really arrived. I missed the release but a customer at the record store was kind enough to surprise me with a four pack. Thanks Don! Company: Roughtail Brewing Co. Location: Midwest City, OK ABV: Couldn’t find an […]Read more "Review: Roughtail KDH Double IPA"
It’s Sunday night and Kate and I just got home after an 11-hour drive from Louisville. I’m tired, probably a touch dehydrated, yet I’m still feeling a sense of euphoria from the time we spent in Kentucky. Bourbon country is amazing this time of year, and on top of that we had the opportunity this weekend […]Read more "The Whiskey Catfish Society: Part 1 – The Post"
This is the first American Solera brew I had and that little pour at the Oklahoma Craft Beer Festival wasn’t near enough. That 2oz hit of sour cherry juice got me so excited for the launch of American Solera and I couldn’t wait to bring home my own bottle of Foeder Cerise. So now here I am, […]Read more "Review: American Solera Foeder Cerise"
I was shopping for some Vermouth for my Manhatthan addiction a while back and saw these three lovely little Dolin vermouths just sitting in a row waiting to be bought. I thought to myself, hello brain! Let’s buy some and see which one I like better in a Manhattan. Makes sense right? Well, it does […]Read more "Dolin Vermouth Showdown"
We are smack dab in the middle of the summer heat right now, but fall is coming, and as it approaches so do many of the special releases from the big distilleries. TTB labels are starting to hit, and the label for this year’s Master’s Collection expression from Woodford Reserve was just approved. It looks like it’ll […]Read more "2016 Woodford Reserve Master’s Collection: Brandy Cask Finish"
Zack Prichard, President of Krebs Brewing Co. (and Prairie Artisan Ales), posted on the Prairie blog yesterday and recounted his first interactions with Chase Healey and Prairie beers. In his walk down memory lane he discusses the first time he met Chase about contracting at Krebs, brewing and bottling the first Prairie Ale, and all the […]Read more "President of Krebs Brewing discusses purchase of Prairie Artisan Ales and moving the brand forward"