Beer Reviews / 01.01.2018

No Label has a special spot in my heart because of Don Jalapeño (yeah, watchu gone do ‘bout it?). Since then, they’ve produced a handful of awesome beers and a few that were lackluster, depending on who you ask. That had me reluctant to commit to buying a pack of Elda M. Milk Stout, if I can be totally honest. And I always...

Beer Reviews / 18.12.2017

Holler Dollar Pils Y'all is a great pils. They nailed the style, and the smooth dry finish keeps me coming back for another refreshing sip. Breweries gotta do what they gotta do to get through, know what I'm sayin'? Pils pay the bills. It's picturesque. Bright...

Beer Reviews / 10.12.2017

Ho! Ho! Hold up! Saint Arnold Cut with Bread Pudding pours a beautiful dark copper, amber color with a medium, off-white head. It smells sweet, malty, and heavily spiced with holiday favorites like nutmeg, cinnamon and ginger. The taste mimics yet improves upon the aroma in that you get more vanilla, toasted malt, and graham cracker. The spices leave a slight bitterness on the finish, and the mild alcohol...

Beer Reviews, Houston Beer News / 04.12.2017

The irony here is that last year we had to work pretty hard to gather all the IPAs, and do it quickly all while being mindful of the bottled/canned dates. This time, we didn't have to worry about freshness nearly as much, but we managed to wrangle all the stouts together much quicker. We met up at Drink of Ages and had Jon partake in the...

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....