Beer Reviews / 18.08.2017

Lame Duck pours a medium amber color, with the perfect amount of head. In the recent haze craze, anything amber that you can see through is sometimes dismissed. The color isn't too clear, which sometimes indicates a thin watery beer. Your nose can't miss the citrus fire that exudes after pouring....

Beer Reviews / 02.08.2017

When the crowd was finally mellowed and entranced by the live musician, who was covering 80’s/90’s ballads, Jeff was able to join me as well as a fellow author and a few brewers from Back Pew Brewing in a game of darts. It was during my back to back bullseye throws that I learned the story behind Lame Duck. The beer had originally been called...

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 / 12.04.2017

7 Iron is great to share with new drinkers in the craft world because they won’t be turned off by the slight kick of hops. As I mentioned before this is a foundation beer, that was created to be paired with a stick and ball game of Scotland, so it makes sense that the...