Once upon a time, I had a chance to visit the Keg & Lantern to see the brewhouse and chat with the brewer.
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The folks at the Redwood Empire Distillery sent this bottle of Emerald Giant Rye Whiskey to BeerBasics.com for inclusion in the weekly tastings held at the Henry Street Ale House… Meeting Expectations.
WELCOME TO MEETING EXPECTATIONS: Held at the Henry Street Ale House in Brooklyn, NY, these are not “Rating” sessions with a great deal of technical jargon about beer. (Minus the Beer Geek pontificating.) Do let me know what you think of this video.
The Bruery’s 12 Drummers Drumming Special Ale (Sample provided by Rare Beer Club, part of MonthlyClubs.com – 800-625-8238) Happy Holidays to you all!
Brooklyn Brewery Black Chocolate Stout (from 2010) It isn’t often that there is a chance to taste a nine-year-old bottle of Chocolate Stout. I want to make a point of thanking Jerry Scott for bringing this bottle of Brooklyn Chocolate Stout (2010) to see if it can still “Meet Expectations.”
Can Laughing Stock Double IPA from Magic Hat Brewing Co. “Meet Expectations”?
Buffalo Bill’s Pumpkin Ale Interview 11 July 2019