Best Martha to date. Her wines get interesting at this level, beyond Post Flirtation. Here she channels Sicily and projects Cali through two grapes she adores - Nero D’Avola and Zin.Dark brew of juicy fruits and toasted spice. Plums, Driscoll’s blackberries, ripe raspberries. Cinnamon and cardamom. — 3 days ago
They know how to brew a cat from a sack of bones — 4 months ago
A hark back to bitter days — 2 months ago
Lots of flavour. Notes of red fruit and toasted Oak, hence of coffee. Well-balanced. Lots of finish. Has some ruby port characteristics when well aerated. — 4 months ago
Revisiting Spotted Cow for the Labor Day weekend. Naturally cloudy, some yeast left in the brew for richness, and a slightly fruity flavor.
Employee owned, brewed and distributed only in Wisconsin. 4.8% abv.
Paired with bbq. baby back ribs, Sweet Baby Rays Sauce , and my special rub. — 2 months ago
I've always been a lager guy, but I'm so glad I tried this Millstream Stout.
5% oatmeal ( yeah, who thought of that?), adds to the heavy taste of this brew. Roasted black malt provides the color. Taste of strong coffee and yet, very smooth. No bitterness what so ever!
Paired this with a cheese burger for lunch, but this brew cries out for steak. — 4 months ago
Todays lunch and brew. Belgium style wheat ale, cloudy, white head that dissipates quickly, brewed with coriander and orange peel.
The plumper hot dogs are made by Fred Usinger Sausage Co. Milwaukee, Wi. Absolutely the finest that can be found.
Blue Moon Brewing, Golden Co. 5.4% abv. — 4 months ago