Once upon a time, I had a chance to visit the Keg & Lantern to see the brewhouse and chat with the brewer.
Tag / craft beer
On a trip to Vermont in September 2019 I had a chance to visit the Lost Nation Brewing Company in Morrisville, Vermont on a warm, sunny afternoon with nowhere in particular to go and all afternoon to do it.
Thanks for watching this posting of Meeting Expectations, one of many that ended in a split vote or not quite meeting expectations.
Another example of the endless supply of variations on the India Pale Ale style (IPA).
First things first… you must congratulate a brewery that can survive the regulatory rigors of the state of Utah. However, I would like the folks at Squatters to explain… How can there be a “German-Style” of beer particular to the Bohemian city “Pilsen” (now in the Czech Republic)
Madam Pattirini Small Batch Gin Once again BeerBasics.com presents a “Friends in Fermentation” Meeting Expectations tasting. This time we are featuring a Gin that is distilled in the state of Utah. The rather strict regulations faced by the folks at Ogden’s Own Distillery are formidable.
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 being bantered about. (Minus the Beer Geek pontificating.) Do let me know what you think of this video.
Dorchester Brewing Co. Glasgow Smile Gose Ale with Bilberry, Raspberry, Blueberry, Heather, Lemon Zest and Black Sea Salt.
Seedstock Brewery Barrel-Aged Doppelbock Find out if Seedstock Brewery’s Bourbon Barel-Aged Doppelbock can “Meet Expectations” …
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 would like 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”.