Category Archives: bourbon

Weyerbacher “Sunday Morning Stout”

      If I were to spit out these letters… KBS or, BCBS, you would know exactly what I was talking about. Incredibly desirable barrel aged beer. The kind of beer that people pay exorbitant amounts of money to get a 12oz bottle … Continue reading

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Founders “Curmudgeon’s Better Half”

      The use of oak / bourbon barrels is really a huge thing now in craft beer. It’s actually very practical and genius. A brewery makes a beer, and that beer may be great right out of the fermenter. However, let … Continue reading

Posted in 2012, Aged Beer, Ale, Beer, bourbon, Bourbon Barrel, Brew, Founders, Maple Syrup, Old Ale | Leave a comment

Allagash “Curieux”

      One thing you have to give the craft beer scene credit for is creativity! That is one of the very first things I noticed about craft brew. Before I knew what craft or micro brewed beer was I always noticed … Continue reading

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