Beer Review: Flavor Guided Juice Missile (Tattered Flag)

This is part two of our Tattered Flag and Hop Hedz Gear collaboration releases beer reviews. The release was three beers – Going Rogue, Flavor Guided Juice Missile, and Flavor Guided Juice Missile DDH with Guava. This is the second of the three beer reviews, the first we tackled was Going Rogue, a raspberry sour.Continue reading “Beer Review: Flavor Guided Juice Missile (Tattered Flag)”

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Beer Review: Going Rogue (Tattered Flag)

It’s not every day I get to review beers that aren’t even released yet, so this is a fun change of pace. Yesterday (Wednesday, 7.8.20) was my first day off work since starting back up, and my plan was to stop at Boneshire Brew Works for a beer or two (they had Rotunda’s Wootenberries sWheatContinue reading “Beer Review: Going Rogue (Tattered Flag)”

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Beer Review: Fredhead Red IPA (Attaboy Beer)

Happy Father’s Day everyone. Hope you all made the best of your day, I certainly did. Home from Frederick Maryland and with some fresh beer to boot. You can read about my trip Monocacy Battlefield and Frederick Maryland here: Road Trip to Monocacy Battlefield (June 19th and June 20th, 2020) and the lead-up article toContinue reading “Beer Review: Fredhead Red IPA (Attaboy Beer)”

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Beer Review: Pandemic Pils (Boneshire Brew Works)

This beer review originally appeared on LetUsDrinkBeer’s blog, I contribute and write occasionally for them. I wrote the review for them first, and just copying here to my blog so I have a version of it on my blog. Please check them out and give them a read. Great articles on their blog, I highlyContinue reading “Beer Review: Pandemic Pils (Boneshire Brew Works)”

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Beer Review: Scratch 417 Orange – Lemon Peel IPA (Troegs Independent Brewing)

Sadly, yesterday, was my first time getting to use the curbside to-go feature from Troegs Brewing in Hershey. I had been wanting to use it nearly daily since opening, but unable to actually do it. All of the food has looked amazing, and I have heard absolutely nothing but amazing things about their pizzas; fromContinue reading “Beer Review: Scratch 417 Orange – Lemon Peel IPA (Troegs Independent Brewing)”

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Beer Review: Social Distancing (Tattered Flag, Abomination Brewing, and Pilger Ruh Brewing)

Friday, as you guys have read, I was lucky enough to help out at Tattered Flag’s canning run for their collaboration effort with Abomination Brewing and Pilger Ruh Brewing for their version of Social Distancing. Abomination Brewing has set this collaboration up, and they have done it with a few varied other breweries (notable onesContinue reading “Beer Review: Social Distancing (Tattered Flag, Abomination Brewing, and Pilger Ruh Brewing)”

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Beer Review: All Together (Ever Grain and Other Half Brewing)

Many of you have probably heard of the ‘All Together’ project, started by Other Half Brewing Co. As soon as I heard about it, I had to immediately find the first brewery in my area to do it and get one; that first one in my immediate area turned out to be Ever Grain BrewingContinue reading “Beer Review: All Together (Ever Grain and Other Half Brewing)”

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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: Blue Hippo (Boneshire Brew Works)

A beautiful day calls for a beautiful beer does it not? Before the cold spell, before the rain and ugliness, before the threat of murder hornets, a nice, beautiful day spent doing yard work, grilling, relaxing, and doing the like – requires a delicious, zesty, tasty, cold brewski. And what better one to do itContinue reading “Beer Review: Blue Hippo (Boneshire Brew Works)”

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