This beer reviewer was so excited for the arrival of some Delirium beers in Newfoundland that he dug a bottle of Nocturnum from his cellar to review! Delirium Nocturnum is available all year round in most metropolitan areas, and will be available for a limited time through the NLACBC toward the end of May 2016.
Here’s one for the locals. The availability of excellent craft beer comes in waves for those of us who live in Newfoundland. Luckily over the past few years we’ve seen a steady increase in products become available in large part due to the demand as well as the work from “Beerthief” and the “NL Artisinal Read More
The temperature is slowly rising and so is your desire for a good burger. If you’re tired of flimsy, flavourless burger buns, why not try making your own? And while you’re at it, you might as well pour in some beer….
In recent years IPA has become a style that has arguably transcended the world of craft beer to become its own market. As craft brewers attempt to differentiate themselves from the competition, new IPA styles have come forth — collectively known as “specialty IPAs“.
We’re pleased to have a selection of Grand River Brewing’s beers available to us for a limited time. Over the next few weeks we hope to review four of their flagship beers. To start things off we have “Plowman’s Ale“.
I know this sounds crazy.. but hear me out: the beer glass really can make the beer. On that note, right out of the gate I implore bar owners and hosts/hostesses with the most/mostesses to please stop serving beer out of Mason Jars. This is not Pinterest ; this is real life
Session Beer Day is April 7th, 2016. While brewers are encouraged to push the boundaries in order to develop new styles that fit the “session” definition there are plenty of classic styles that already make the cut. Besides, it’s National Beer Day as well so everyone should feel included.
Is this a light black IPA recipe or is it a overhopped black APA or is it a dark American brown? Who knows? One thing is for certain this recipe is smooth, bitter, and full of hop character with enough malt complexity to stay interesting without being muddled.