It’s Christmas and to celebrate this strange time of year I have decided to review a beer that eloquently describes the feelings I have towards the season. Bah Humbug by Wychwood Brewery! This is a seasonal beer that’s brewed with ‘Christmas cheer’ as the bottle says. Along with some cinnamon, barley and hops of course.
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And on the 8th and final night of Chanukah, we celebrated the season (and a month at a new job) with a very special Unibroue 17 Grande Réserve by Chambly, QC’s own darling, Unibroue. I’ve always had a really soft spot for Unibroue. I wet my whistle on their beers as a young adult, long
We’re in the final stretch of the #8BeersOfChanukah, and my poor liver needs a break. Good thing Christmas is right around the corner… oh wait, never mind. Part of me was really tempted to cellar Amsterdam Brewery‘s Tempest Imperial Stout until next year, as it’s supposed to cellar well for up to 3 years. In
When old man winter comes knocking, it’s always best to be prepared with some strong black beer to keep him at bay. Which is why I always grab some nice high ABV stouts as soon as I see some snow on the ground. The owners of Indie Ale House seem to have the same idea