Beer Reviews / 17.07.2017

IP8 poured a clear golden color, right on for a double IPA. There was 2 fingers of white fluffy head that melted down into a thin layer as I cooked my carne de pastor, and each sip left more and more creamy lace down the glass. It was more like a...

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 / 12.07.2017

Gordon Street Tavern humble beginnings can be traced back over 100 years as a stopping post for traders as well as travelers passing through to other parts of our great state in search of their fortunes in oil and trade. Today, it is still a center of gathering for all locals and nomads alike who wishes for a cold beverage and a warm meal...

Beer Reviews / 12.07.2017

Lame Duck, before they started canning it, was a brewery only beer. The first time I went to the brewery and tried it, it was love at first sight. It left me heart broken though because I couldn't make it out to the brewery often enough! Then 11 Below expanded their production and that allowed them to begin to can Lame Duck! ...

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...