Blog Entries

Year of New Beer: RC1, Mark Rubenstein (Louisville)

Written By: Dion on 02/24/2018
When the invite is extended by one of Louisville's most talented brewers, you don't ask... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Ohio Valley Style Pro-Am IPA, Gordon Biersch Brewery (Louisville)

Written By: Dion on 02/23/2018
Solid aroma of floral hops and mild citrus. More assertive hop bite on the tongue, with traces of... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Bourbon Barrel Aged Dark Charge S'mores Imperial Stout, Braxton Brewing (KY)

Written By: Dion on 02/22/2018
Deep, luscious notes of chocolate, coffee, coconut, and vanilla highlight the fantastic nose on... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Barrel Aged Wooley Swamp, Country Boy Brewing (Lexington)

Written By: Dion on 02/21/2018
This beast of an imperial stout gets a short nap in some KY bourbon barrels, producing a rich... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Language of Thunder (Mocha), TrimTab Brewing (Birmingham)

Written By: Dion on 02/20/2018
Cocoa powder, coffee bean, and hints of campfire on the nose. On the tongue, the coffee note is... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Dust Bunny Hazy IPA, Monday Night Brewing (Atlanta)

Written By: Dion on 02/19/2018
So over the last year or two, I've had a handful of beers from this brewery and have been less... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Chasing Rainbows 4, Bearded Iris Brewing (Nashville)

Written By: Dion on 02/18/2018
Made a quick pit stop in Music City on my way home from Florida today, and got to try this glass... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Beyond the Clouds, Monday Night Brewing (Atlanta)

Written By: Dion on 02/17/2018
Really juicy notes of orange and pineapple lead the way on the nose, with a subtle undercurrent of... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Nivol Flight, Nivol Brewing (FL)

Written By: Dion on 02/16/2018
The good news is these guys are the best brewery in Panama City Beach. The bad news is they're... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Ahoma, American Solera (OK)

Written By: Dion on 02/15/2018
Light lemon and apple notes atop dusty hay and earthy, nearly wooden aromas. On the tongue, the... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Crop Circle Wheat, Great Dane Pub & Brewing (WI)

Written By: Dion on 02/13/2018
Fairly nondescript nose of raw wheat and light honey. Similar in the tongue with a creamy... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Penn Quarter Porter, DC Brau (Washington, D.C.)

Written By: Dion on 02/12/2018
Nose is full of rich, chocolate malt with charred bread crust and auxiliary notes of cooked... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Juicy Pear Pale Ale, Country Boy Brewing (Lexington)

Written By: Dion on 02/11/2018
With concerts, play practices, and golf lessons chewing up my schedule, I missed out on the 6th... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Imperial Frambozen, New Belgium Brewing (CO)

Written By: Dion on 02/10/2018
An abundance of raspberries greets the nose, backed by hints of cocoa powder and cola. With... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Falls City Pale Ale, Falls City Beer (Louisville)

Written By: Dion on 02/09/2018
Slightly floral and a touch sweet on the nose, with little else going on. On the tongue is an... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Ever Clever DDH, Bearded Iris Brewing (Nashville)

Written By: Dion on 02/08/2018
Back to Music City for tonight's brew, and this might just be my favorite from them so far. Tons... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Mood Ring with Raspberries, Bearded Iris Brewing (Nashville)

Written By: Dion on 02/07/2018
Fantastic citrus on the nose with grapefruit and orange peel serving as a backdrop for a... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Key Bump, Hoof Hearted Brewing (OH)

Written By: Dion on 02/06/2018
Mango and grapefruit on the nose, with a trace of dank grass. Soft and juicy aroma. On the tongue... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Thai Trail, West 6th Brewing (Lexington)

Written By: Dion on 02/05/2018
Funky nose of lemons and herbs, with a bit of a Sweetart quality. On the tongue, citrus notes... (see more)


Year of New Beer: Living Proof Rose Wild Red Ale, Country Boy Brewing (Lexington)

Written By: Dion on 02/04/2018
I don't know how barrels become "orphaned" or "lost" in a warehouse, but after tasting this... (see more)