Archive for November, 2012

Figgy Pudding

Mmmmm…..growler of Figgy Pudding.    A

Bridgeport makes a tasty beer!

Well who would’ve thunk it? I was pleasantly surprised by this beer, and makes me think that one day Bridgeport can make better brews.

This beer is just slightly tart, kind of like New Glarus’ Raspberry Tart. No barrel aging flavors to speak of despite this beer’s time in barrels. Very light and refreshing. Good, but not worth $12 a bottle. B

Cherry Adam from the Wood

I popped open a bottle of CAftW the other day with a friend to see if the bottled version of the beer was as epically tasty as the draft version.

It was. And some! A+

Well Shit.

My Hill Farmstead trader dropped an atom bomb on me today….I may have danced around a little bit when I saw 3 boxes at my door!


Left to Right: Everett, Clara, Anna, Damon, Juicy, and Twilight of the Idols. Can’t forget the glassware either!

Sierra Nevada Celebration

Haven’t had this beer in two years! While not as good as I remember due to foggy memory and the vast quantity of better beer I have consumed, it’s still tasty. Really damn cheap too

Cheap Stout..

God really damn tasty! I think this beer will have to be my go-to for the winter. $10 a four-pack is pretty extraordinary.

Dessert Beer

Headed over to the Common’s Brewery for a beer and I brought a bottle over to share with whoever might be there as well.

Olde Hickory Lindley Park: Pretty good dessert beer. The chocolate, bourbon, honey, and raspberry flavors are all very well integrated. Worth tracking down. A-