Beer Reviews / 01.10.2017

Copperhead Athena has scents of yeast, fruit, and very mild alcohol. Similarly in taste, she is malt forward, with almost no detectible hop bitterness, featuring a lightly sweet, yeasty flavor. My favorite feature of Athena, you may ask? Her absolutely impeccable...

Beer Reviews / 17.09.2017

No Label 1st Street Ale pours a beautiful straw blonde tone with sweet, grainy, cereal-like scents and a light enough body, you can easily throw back a full six pack before the first quarter of your favorite football game finishes. While I found the body to veer toward watery, the light hop bitterness...

Beer Reviews / 13.08.2017

BAKFISH I Tell You Wit pours beautifully with a finger of thick, froathy white head. It resembles a cloudier glass of freshly squeezed orange juice that sips incredibly smoothe, with a light body and moderate carbonation. Bold flavors of sweet orange and spicy coriander devour the palette in a delightful balance that veers toward...

Beer Reviews / 16.07.2017

Honey Hole is the bees knees. It pours a medium golden orange, almost rust-like color with very little head that doesn't linger, although it seemed to "buzz" with the effervescence of carbonation for quite a few sips. It's aromas include bready malt, sweet honey, and a slight dryness you'd expect...

Beer Reviews / 11.07.2017

Upon cracking open the can, I was pleasantly greeted with light floral and citrus notes, and the signature yeasty scent of most witbiers. Buffalo Bayou claims "real dudes drink pink" because spoiler alert, Summer's Wit is brewed with the dainty, rosy-toned hibiscus flower! The citrus aroma comes full circle with a...

Beer Reviews / 03.07.2017

Southern Star Summer Saison takes sessionable to another level. It's starts incredibly clean and smooth, with very little to no hop undertones (a bonus if you're not a huge IPA fan such as myself), and finishes with a spicier twinge. Caramel attempts to peek through the flavor profile, but the wetter, fruity tastes have the biggest impact....