If you’ve read my blog, you’re likely aware of my professed love for Brasserie Dunham. Many of my posts include their bottles, and if you read just one, it should be the article I wrote […]
Tag: Oak Aged
Dieu du Ciel Réserve! – Seven Days, Barrel Aged
I’ve written several articles about Dieu du Ciel! at this point, but none quite as epic as this. I’ve managed, over the course of about a year, to get my hands on all seven barrel […]
Sam Adams Utopias 2013: An Examination Into the Original Big Beer
Utopias by Samuel Adams (Boston Beer Co) is a widely discussed beer, and with good cause, as you’ll soon see. There may be some controversy surrounding the beer’s rather steep retail price, but the world’s […]
Beerism Goes Wild: Brettanomyces are Certainly Very Infectious – Part 1
Brettanomyces isn’t a dinosaur, nor is it a character in Plato’s republic, as one might think. Rather, it’s a wild yeast strain (often accompanied by lactobacillus) that imparts tart, sour and funky elements to your […]
Beerism Does L’exorciste by Dieu du Ciel! – And a Little Craft Beer Ranting as Well…
Dieu Du Ciel’s L’Exorciste can’t be purchased in stores, and actually, it can’t be purchased at all anymore. It was gone as quick as it came. To procure some, I had to drive about 45 […]
Beau’s Winter Warmers – T.J.’s Take on some big Beers
Beau’s Brewery prides itself on being all natural, and has launched a special series of beers to fund its expansion in to clean energy. Just a 30 minute drive from Montreal, Beau’s has collaborated with […]
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 […]
An Imperial Stout Fit for Royalty – St Ambroise does it right!
It seemed about a good time to review this one as I’ve been sitting on it for over a year, patiently waiting to crack it open. Also, I managed to find another bottle from the […]