Beer Review: Buddy Shots (Cycle Brewing Company)

A time of friends getting together, working, hustling, doing a project, calls for something special, calls for something to be shared, enjoyed together as a group… and thats just what we did with Buddy Shots. We were all together discussing time travel and doing our time travel podcast for So a Mexican and a ScottContinue reading “Beer Review: Buddy Shots (Cycle Brewing Company)”

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Beer Review: Blackbird (Martin House Brewing Company)

Its upper 60s in early / mid May in Central PA, its a bit past noon, and you are stuck ‘inside’ (or at least stuck in / on ‘lockdown’) due to coronavirus / COVID-19, and you have a grill going in front of you, cooking up some hot dogs for three hungry offsprings…. you knowContinue reading “Beer Review: Blackbird (Martin House Brewing Company)”

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Beer Review: Virtually Inseparable (Celestial Beerworks and Turning Point Beer)

This was a juicy, big, bold, IPA that was sent to me as part of that Texas beer mail package. I’ve done a few other reviews from the beers sent to me – Road Trip Snacks, Thursday (2016), Islla en el Cielo, $#!+ Ton, Daebak, Chocolate Confidential, Sunshine and Opportunity, Azathoth, Citraquench’l, Paradise Lost, IrishContinue reading “Beer Review: Virtually Inseparable (Celestial Beerworks and Turning Point Beer)”

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Beer Review: Road Trip Snacks (Panther Island Brewing)

I’ m not sure what beaver nuggets are…. but I like them (at least in beer). Never heard of them, have no idea of them, but this was a damn tasty fine beer, so I’m all for them. This was in the beer mail package from Texas, and made for a great grilling beer. (DinnerContinue reading “Beer Review: Road Trip Snacks (Panther Island Brewing)”

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Beer Review: Thursday (2016) (Cycle Brewing Company)

When in Rome… or when its Thursday and your beer is called Thursday, right? How can you not drink a beer called Thursday…. on any other day than Thursday? It’d be sacrilege otherwise! Heresy one might even say! So here I am, late on a Thursday, enjoying a big, bold, deep, dark, delicious, four yearContinue reading “Beer Review: Thursday (2016) (Cycle Brewing Company)”

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Cinco de Mayo and Beer Review: Islla En El Cielo (Celestial Beerworks)

Happy Revenge of the Fifth…. or Cinco de Mayo… or Taco Tuesday; whatever you’re celebrating. But either way, quarantine or no quarantine, its a day to celebrate, especially in the beer world, and current events be damned if we’re not going to have fun right? This would have been the ultimate brewery night. Taco Tuesday.Continue reading “Cinco de Mayo and Beer Review: Islla En El Cielo (Celestial Beerworks)”

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Beer Review: $#!+ Ton (Turning Point Beer)

Yesterday, I received my Texas beer mail package. It was packed full of goodies from breweries like Turning Point Beer, Martin House, Celestial Beer Works, Panther Brewing, HopFusion Ale Works, etc. Yesterday saw me already dive into three of the beers (the barleywine, the spicey pickle beer, and then the Fur Slipper milk stout toContinue reading “Beer Review: $#!+ Ton (Turning Point Beer)”

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Beer Review: Widowmaker (Fall River Brewing Co.)

It was podcast taping night. And we had a full plate. First up, Esteban, Trevor, and myself were covering LOST Seasons 3 and 4. After this, D. Scott, Esteban, and I did a commentary track for Evil Dead (the 1981 version). We recorded both podcasts for their “So a Mexican and a Scot Walk IntoContinue reading “Beer Review: Widowmaker (Fall River Brewing Co.)”

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Beer Review: Chocolate Confidential (Sudwerk Brewing Co.)

We’re back at it, bright and early this morning (7AM early). Which is pretty sticking bright and early when your co-worker tells you that you’re doing karaoke at the Stadium’s Club, and you end up closing the place down at 2AM. (For those curious, I did a heart wrenching rendition of “Hit Me Baby OneContinue reading “Beer Review: Chocolate Confidential (Sudwerk Brewing Co.)”

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Beer Review: Sunshine and Opportunity (Almanac Beer Company)

Imagine this: its February 19th in Central PA; its usually cold, blustery even, possibly snow on the ground or snowing, icicles usually hang from gutters and roofs and trees, nobody is outside walking their dogs, nobody is outside period – unless forced to shovel – schools might even be cancelled due to snow or badContinue reading “Beer Review: Sunshine and Opportunity (Almanac Beer Company)”

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