Oskar Blues Mama’s Little Yella Pils

Style: Czech Style Pil­sner Alco­hol Con­tent: 5.3% Tast­ing Notes: Pours a crisp yel­low with high car­bon­a­tion. Light, easy drink­ing with min­i­mal hop bit­ter­ness on this pil­sner. Corn Pops cereal comes through on the nose.

Intuition King Street Imperial Stout

Style: Impe­r­ial Stout Alco­hol Con­tent: 8.5% Tast­ing Notes: Pours a deep black with strong choco­late and roasty tones. Min­i­mal cof­fee with a touch of cocoa. Full bod­ied with mocha tones and a very smooth finish.

Bell’s Amber Ale 12 oz. Bottle

Fun Facts: Bell’s Brew­ery once a very small brew­ery that has now blown up to epic pro­por­tions and is now a world class craft brew­ery. Their cur­rent sea­sonal for sum­mer although avail­able year round in most states is Bell’s Oberon, which is a tan­ger­ine wheat beer. Folks in Michi­gan only get this beer in summer […]

SanTan Brewing to Launch Arizona’s First Aluminum Growler – The CanZilla “Crowler” on July 24, 2014

Industry Beer News– New Breweries to open up in Jacksonville, Florida

While the clos­ing of Mile Marker Brew­ing in St Augus­tine, Florida made no one happy, there is good news on the hori­zon for the Jack­sonville craft beer scene. Four new brew­eries are about to be fully oper­a­tional and are going to be open­ing their doors soon!


Recent Articles

Review: 21st Amendment Brewing — Down To Earth

Over the course of the past sev­eral months, I have seen a new vari­ant of style emerge of the shelves of the beer isle. Per­haps you have noticed it as well. Per­haps you saw it and were a bit skep­ti­cal, yet curi­ous. “How could any­one mess with the recipes of my favorite style?” you may have asked your­self. “How could such a small beer claim to have nearly the fla­vor pro­file of my favorite brew?” you think.
With the idea of a hop for­ward IPA, but the repeat­able drink­a­bil­ity of a ses­sion beer; the Ses­sion IPA was born!
Down to Earth is the new Ses­sion IPA from 21st Amend­ment Brew­ing out of Cal­i­for­nia. Check it out!

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NOW LANDING: 21st Amendment Brewery — Down To Earth

NOW LANDING: DOWN TO EARTH, A NEW BEER
WITH A FAMILIAR CHIMP

SAN FRANCISCO (March 19, 2015) – In 2011, 21st Amend­ment Brew­ery launched HAM, the space chimp, into orbit with the release of one of the first and orig­i­nal ses­sion ales, Bit­ter Amer­i­can. Plucked from the jun­gle floor, HAM was tasked with the impor­tant mis­sion of bring­ing a beer with all the hop aroma and fla­vor of an IPA, and only 4.4% alco­hol, to the peo­ple of Amer­ica. The mis­sion was accom­plished and now 21A co-founders Nico Frec­cia and Shaun O’Sullivan are bring­ing HAM back to Earth for the national debut of Down to Earth, Ses­sion IPA, replac­ing Bit­ter Amer­i­can in 21st Amendment’s year round line-up.
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Orange Blossom Brewing Pilsner

Alco­hol: 5.5%
Color: Orange/Golden
Style: Pilsner

Pil­sners orig­i­nated in Pilsn, Czech Repub­lic. To be a con­sid­ered a true pil­sner you must be brewed in Pilsn, Czech Republic.

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Oskar Blues Mama’s Little Yella Pils

Style: Czech Style Pil­sner
Alco­hol Con­tent: 5.3%
Tast­ing Notes: Pours a crisp yel­low with high car­bon­a­tion. Light, easy drink­ing with min­i­mal hop bit­ter­ness on this pil­sner. Corn Pops cereal comes through on the nose.

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Intuition King Street Imperial Stout

Style: Impe­r­ial Stout
Alco­hol Con­tent: 8.5%
Tast­ing Notes: Pours a deep black with strong choco­late and roasty tones. Min­i­mal cof­fee with a touch of cocoa. Full bod­ied with mocha tones and a very smooth finish.

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Aardwolf Belgian Pale Ale

Style : Bel­gian Pale Ale
Alco­hol Con­tent: 5.9%

Tast­ing Notes: Pours a hazy orange to a light amber. Medium bit­ter­ness is per­ceived with strong Juicy Fruit chew­ing gum fla­vors among other fruity tones. The stan­dard Bel­gian sweet taste is show­cased in the beer as well.

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Review: 21st Amendment/Elysian Brewing — He Said: Tripel and Porter

 

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Sierra Nevada Pale Ale 16oz. Can

Fun Facts: Sierra Nevada was founded in 1979 by Ken Gross­man and Paul Camusi in Chico, Cal­i­for­nia. They are a sus­tain­able brew­ery and have won awards for how green they are. Sierra Nevada is so sus­tain­able that in pre­vi­ous years they have pro­duced enough energy them­selves to sell some back to the state of California.

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