Beer Reviews / 04.11.2017

Baa Baa Brewhouse Double Play has a pleasant citrus flavor at the beginning and finishes with a very slight mosaic flavor at the end.  The mouthfeel is soft and creamy, while the body is  creamy and smooth.  The astringency is very low and hardly noticeable. The drinkabilty is super easy from beginning to end....

Beer Reviews / 31.10.2017

I havn't seen much of Blackwater Draw in Houston and I had never tried Contract Killer until a unexpected trip out of town thanks to Hurricane Harvey. Luckily enough for my family and I we took a weekend trip to Austin to get out of the path of Hurricane Harvey. We ended up staying out of town until Wednesday when it was finally clear enough to make the trip home. We cooked dinner for our friends who hosted us during this week long extended stay. while at...

Beer Reviews / 07.10.2017

The label art is not for the faint of heart.  Death is standing on coffins that are draining blood.  The devil and possibly some tortured souls are watching from the woods.  A blue eyed wolf is taking off with a severed hand in his mouth like it's a bone.  A headstone with a bleeding gory crucified zombie like Jesus is marked the word vivisect on the bottom and inri at the top.  Vivisect means to dissect a body while it is still alive....

Beer Reviews / 06.10.2017

Last weekend was ridiculously full of beer events and releases.  It was a particularly good weekend for juice heads.  Spindletap, Sigma, Baa Baa, and Copperhead all released hazy IPAs. Copperhead Citraaddicted more than held it's own with Operation Juice Drop, 4xDDH Medina Sod, and Houston Haze.  My recommendation is pretty simple, if you like hazy IPA's it's a great time to be in Houston.  Drink them all!  ...

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...