Beer Reviews / 19.10.2016

I believed that because it was an APA, the consistency would not rival most other international IPA and wow was I dead wrong. It’s ominous and intimidating design should have warned me that this was the ale you could not mess with. The after taste of hops still lingered strong after one gulp, and...

Beer Reviews / 17.10.2016

Karbach Quintuple IPA is is more complex than an angry woman. It's brewed with 5 different hop varieties, 5 different types of grains, and 5 different fermentables. It's a beer they brewed to honor their fifth anniversary, and it's completely ridiculous. The flavor changes drastically as it warms up, and everything intensifies. As you take a sip, it starts off somewhat boozy, then it gets...

Beer Reviews / 11.10.2016

Karbach Love Street, a Kolsch style blonde beer that claims it will take you back to the summer of 69' with its yellow and orange hue its illustrations present an American top-fermented style beer, and I expected a smooth sweet taste with the correct hint of bitter hop. Many may find this brew to be of exceptional taste and quality, but...

Beer Reviews / 10.10.2016

Saint Arnold Oktoberfest is a freaking fantastic fall beer!! It starts off crisp and it develops a sort of sweet, malty flavor as it goes down. It's bolder and more full-bodied than the Karbach Oktoberfest, and it feels a bit heavier, too. Saint Arnold Oktoberfest has more flavor than...

Houston Brewery Guides / 10.10.2016

Kurt explained to us the thought process behind each beer. "We want to brew drinkable beers that lower the barrier of entry for people that drink macro." Their philosophy of brewing low ABV beers in various styles is an attempt to share more good beer with more people. They're also largely inspired when they're drinking, Bruce explained. "I usually have a beer of XYZ flavor, and I say to Kurt...