Blog Entries

Year of New Beer: Superposition, Southern Grist Brewing (Nashville)

Written By: Dion on 11/18/2018
Nose is bright with orange and grapefruit, backed by hints of cut grass and dry grains. Pretty... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Coconut Monolith (Variants), Rock House Brewing (Lexington)

Written By: Dion on 11/17/2018
In addition to the toasted coconut deliciousness of the regular Monolith, the brewers at Rock... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Dinner, Maine Beer Company (ME)

Written By: Dion on 11/16/2018
As I approach seven straight years of trying a new beer every single day, I've come to realize... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Flora Obscura, Boulevard Brewing (MO)

Written By: Dion on 11/15/2018
Nose is roasty with coffee bean and bitter chocolate atop earthy pine and floral hops. Pretty... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Berried in the Bluegrass, West 6th Brewing (Lexington)

Written By: Dion on 11/14/2018
 A wild ale with blueberries and blackberries, this one brings the pucker in the best way.... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Peach Fuzz, Rock House Brewing (Lexington)

Written By: Dion on 11/13/2018
So I guess it probably would've made more sense to try this one's base beer, Fuzzbox, before... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Big Hazy IPA, Christian Moerlein Brewing (Cincinnati)

Written By: Dion on 11/12/2018
Candied orange and hints of apricot and melon make up the bulk of the nose. Falls a little flat in... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Rum Runner, New Heights Brewing (Nashville)

Written By: Dion on 11/11/2018
Got the beer in but not the review before succumbing to a nasty virus, so this is yesterday's... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Boss Tweed, Old Nation Brewing (MI)

Written By: Dion on 11/10/2018
Sweet pineapple juice hits the nose first, backed up with grapefruit and hints of chive. A little... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Guava Lime Gose, WeldWerks Brewing (CO)

Written By: Dion on 11/09/2018
Not sure where to start...so how about "WOW!" Fruit leaps from the glass on the pour. Pungent... (see more)


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

Written By: Dion on 11/08/2018
Finally getting around to trying this one. Nose sort of runs the gamut from tropical fruit to cut... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Paloma, New Heights Brewing (Nashville)

Written By: Dion on 11/07/2018
Sour candies on the nose with lime and grapefruit leading the way, warming to allow a pretty good... (see more)


Year of New Beer: DDH Mixed Greens 31, Southern Grist Brewing (Nashville)

Written By: Dion on 11/06/2018
Loaded with orange and grapefruit on the nose, both transitioning as expected to the tongue. Has a... (see more)


Year of New Beer: DDH Noise Polllution, Southern Grist Brewing (Nashville)

Written By: Dion on 11/05/2018
Tropical aromas of mango and pineapple lead, giving way to a slightly herbal note as the glass... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Black House, Modern Times Beer (San Diego)

Written By: Dion on 11/04/2018
Really nice nose of charred malts, cocoa powder, and lightly roasted coffee bean. On the tongue... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Laid Back Lager, Country Boy Brewing (Lexington)

Written By: Dion on 11/03/2018
Like the old saying goes, never judge a book by its cover. The appearance screams light, sweet... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Dorado High, MadTree Brewing (Cincinnati)

Written By: Dion on 11/02/2018
Clean, straightforward nose of pineapple, pear, and melon. More complex on the tongue as tropical... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Rojo Johnson, Atrium Brewing (Louisville)

Written By: Dion on 11/01/2018
Tons of fruit on the nose, ranging from candied pineapple and orange to hints of papaya and mango.... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Ain't No Tang, Rhinegeist Brewery/Green Cheek Beer (OH/CA)

Written By: Dion on 10/31/2018
Mostly grapefruit and sour melon on the nose, with modest hints of bread giving way to herbal... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Sour Inc Apple Rhubarb Gose, New Holland Brewing (MI)

Written By: Dion on 10/30/2018
Tart apples and berries lead the way with very mild notes of wheat and brine. Nothing I could call... (see more)