Blog Entries

Year of New Beer: Love Letter, Urban Artifact (Cincinnati)

Written By: Dion on 10/17/2017
Very sour peach on the nose, with delicate hints of vanilla arriving as the glass warms. More of... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Blomme, Evil Twin Brewing (NY)

Written By: Dion on 10/16/2017
Sharp citrus, mainly grapefruit, on the nose, with lesser notes of floral grasses. No discernible... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Sumi Cacao, Grimm Artisanal Ales (NY)

Written By: Dion on 10/15/2017
Rich, bittersweet chocolate and coffee bean on the nose, augmented by charred malt and a hint of... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Pride of the Bine, Country Boy Brewing/Monnik Beer Company (Lex/Lou)

Written By: Dion on 10/14/2017
Floral grasses blend with notes of grapefruit and light pine on the nose. Slightly tart with a bit... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Boomsauce, Lord Hobo Brewing Co (MA)

Written By: Dion on 10/13/2017
A blast of tropical fruit hits the nose first, followed by hints of pine, cut grass, and chives.... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Honky Tonk Flame, Country Boy Brewing (Lexington)

Written By: Dion on 10/12/2017
A collaboration with Tyler Childers for his 3 sold out shows at The Burl this weekend, this red... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Barrel Aged Imperial Oatmeal Stout, West 6th Brewing (Lexington)

Written By: Dion on 10/11/2017
Using barrels hand selected by Liquor Barn, the brewers at West 6th deliver a silky smooth brew... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Azaccadabra, Blue Stallion Brewing (Lexington)

Written By: Dion on 10/10/2017
If you're looking for lagers, hefeweizens, and dunkels, Blue Stallion is your stop in Lexington.... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Hug Machine, Boone Creek Brewing (Lexington)

Written By: Dion on 10/09/2017
When someone offers you beer, you take it. When that someone is local homebrewer Joe Rice, you... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Tripel Threat, Rock House Brewing (Lexington)

Written By: Dion on 10/08/2017
Soft fruit aromas of pear, sweet white grapes, and hints of banana join a light spice on the nose.... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Petite Sour Reserva Passion Fruit, Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project (CO)

Written By: Dion on 10/07/2017
Tons of tart fruit on the nose. Lemon, peach, crabapple...backed by a dusty, oaky funk with hints... (see more)


Year of New Beer: DDH Chief of Chiefs, Bearded Iris Brewing (Nashville)

Written By: Dion on 10/06/2017
Big tropical notes of mango, pineapple, and tangerine with a bit of herbal dankness on the nose.... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Dank Candy Rainbow Drops, 450 North Brewing (IN)

Written By: Dion on 10/05/2017
Candied orange and pineapple on the nose, with a bit of honey and grain husk. On the tongue, very... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Epicenter, Bearded Iris Brewing (Nashville)

Written By: Dion on 10/04/2017
Grapefruit and orange are light on the nose with some herbal dankness coming on the backend.... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Vengeful Spirit IPA, Stone Brewing Co (CA)

Written By: Dion on 10/03/2017
Candied orange, sweet pineapple, and some mildly dank grasses on the nose. Fairly similar... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Wings of Steel, Conshohocken Brewing Co (PA)

Written By: Dion on 10/02/2017
Most American barleywines are harsh, hoppy trainwrecks. This one, however, is a pretty solid... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Blood Orange PsycHOPathy, MadTree Brewing (Cincinnati)

Written By: Dion on 10/01/2017
So much citrus on the nose with orange and grapefruit dominating lesser grass and malt notes. Very... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Pale Ale, White Squirrel Brewery (KY)

Written By: Dion on 09/30/2017
Managed to find myself in Bowling Green for Squirreltoberfest, and White Squirrel Brewery was... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Puddlers Row ESB, Conshohocken Brewing Co (PA)

Written By: Dion on 09/29/2017
Slightly earthy and nutty on the nose with traces of apple, caramel, and floral hops. Fairly... (see more)


Year of New Beer: The Implication, Mirror Twin Brewing (Lexington)

Written By: Dion on 09/28/2017
With kids, work, and a 25 minute drive to Lexington, I don't get to visit breweries as often as I... (see more)