An article by Noah Forrest So if you haven’t noticed, Microbrasserie La Memphré has been releasing some pretty damn impressive beers lately, and the local Québec craft beer scene is taking notice. Just a few […]
Tag: Double IPA
Les Trois Mousquetaires Launches New Double IPA Bavaroise
An Article by Noah Forrest Québec has historically been a bit behind the times when it comes to hop forward beers. I first started getting into craft beer about six years ago, and at the […]
Vox Populi’s Double Fruit Punch IPA – Yes, It’s Here!
An article by Noah Forrest I’ve been writing this blog for over four years now, and in that time I’ve seen a lot of progression within this industry. It could be breweries expanding to churn […]
Beerism Goes to The Wild Shack – Home Brewing to the Next Level
An article by Noah Forrest As someone with an extremely young family, I simply don’t have much time to do anything recreational anymore. On the weekends, I used to decide between going out and partying, […]
Les Trois Mousquetaires’ Double IPA 2015 and Bavaroise! A Hopped Up Interview with Brewmaster Alex
Every August, beer geeks from around Montreal head to the south shore and line up for something that they have been waiting for all year: Les Trois Mousquetaire‘s Double IPA bottle release. For the third […]
Mondial de la bière 2015 – Finding the perfect beer for the perfect beer hater
Mondial de la Biere is a yearly beer festival located in downtown Montreal. I met up with my good friend Paul Aflalo from from Edge of the City (an acclaimed podcast from the No More […]
Beerism does Brasserie Une Bière Deux Coups: Old Friends With New Beers
I haven’t always been obsessed with beer. Or rather, I should say that I haven’t always been obsessed with GOOD beer. I say this because one could argue that I was pretty obsessed with beer […]
Great Lakes Brewery (GLB) – AKA Magical Ontarian Hop Wizards
American IPA is a beer style that is increasingly popular and widely discussed (although arguably less so in recent years with the rise of other styles). For the most part, the term is used to […]
Beerism Does “Festival l’Oktoberfest des Québécois” 2013 – From What We Can Remember Anyways…
A couple of weekends ago was the “Festival l’Oktoberfest des Québécois,” a beer festival located in Repentigny, which is not too far from the greater Montreal Area. After a full day of drinking big, bold, complex, and high […]
Heady Topper VS Les Trois Mousquetaires’ Double IPA – A Comparison of Hop Brilliance
You might be asking why I’m covering Heady Topper – one of the most renowned beers in the world – alongside something brand new, unrecognized, and barely tasted by anyone. Well, since Les Trois Mousquetaires’ […]
5 Days of IPA’s: Homeland Edition – IPA Day in Quebec!
It’s IPA day!!!! I couldn’t think of a better way to promote the festivities, than to write yet another IPA article! I’m thinking you all might be starting to tire of my endless IPA centric articles. […]
Dogfish Head Makes Some Big & Badass IPA’s – And we Can’t get Enough!
I’ve heard several people say “Dogfish Head is overrated,” and honestly, I’m not exactly sure what people mean when they make that statement, or if they themselves even know what they mean. I guess I’ve […]
Another 6 days of IPA’s – A Hop Bomb Comparison: Part II
A few months ago, I posted an article that examined some solid I.P.A’s from North America. It was certainly my most successful article to date, so I thought, why not do it again! In that […]
Six Days of I.P.A’s – A North American Hop Bomb Comparison
The infamous India Pale Ale has been a staple for many craft breweries since the modern beer revival over the last few decades. Although originating in England, North America has taken this style leaps and […]
Brewed Pancetta #2 – Balancing Smokey Risotto, Propeller’s Double IPA… and a Baby!
So I started writing this entry a while ago. I’m not sure why I dropped it, but for some reason it remained half finished for over four months. I began writing it just before we […]
Alley Kat – A Fire Breathing Double IPA from Edmonton, Who Would Have Thought!
So my friend Ryan and I – who moved to Calgary several years back – decided to begin trading beer through the mail. As you might be aware (or not), it can be quite difficult […]