Sampling from May 10, 2018

With this post, I guess I will be caught up. May 10th was a short night with only a few beers. In the intervening weeks, I forgot to bring my notebook with me. No notes means nothing to write up. Last week, May 24, was a great drinking night with many great beers, some of... Continue Reading →

Beer Review Summary – 2018

I decided that it would be a good idea to keep a running tally of beers that I have reviewed, and make it easier to reference the overall reviews. I just wish that there was a way to make the table a little prettier. Here is the list to date, in the order that the... Continue Reading →

Sampling from May 3, 2018

It’s been a fairly busy Memorial Day weekend, with family in town, smoking meat, small gathering of family friends. I figured that I would take the opportunity to play some catch up. I have a couple of weeks’ worth of notes and pictures that I have been saving up. I noticed that the blog is... Continue Reading →

Sampling from May 20, 2018

Again, I have been remiss in tending to my Blog. I have several day’s worth of beer notes to write up, but forgot to bring the notes to my fellow blogger’s house. So, I am going to postpone writing up the last couple of weeks of brews. As of the writing of this, I am... Continue Reading →

Swamp Head Midnight Oil!

Wake me up!  Espresso disguised as a beer.  I like it.  Great Sunday afternoon replacement for Tea.  Swamp Head is proof that something good can come from Gainesville. Put it on your list to try.  You will not be disappointed.  I preferred it cold.  Not sure about Oatmeal in this Oatmeal Coffee Stout,  the coffee... Continue Reading →

Cigar City Oatmeal Raisin Cookie!

This Brown Ale performs as advertised - Tastes like an Oatmeal Raisin Cookie and even has the after taste of oatmeal.  I liked it.  Preferred it to be cold.  Not sure about the food pairing unless you are eating other oatmeal raisin cookies.  Could be served to those of refined taste in smaller glasses as... Continue Reading →

Sampling – Saturday April 28, 2018

This past Saturday, I decided to fly solo. After a few hours at the March of Dimes walk, I went home, took care of the pups and got cleaned up for lunch. Where was lunch? None other than the 7th Hill Taproom. Why there? Well, they were tapping a Red Cypress Imperial Stout called the... Continue Reading →

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