Monthly Archives: April 2008

BridgePort Old Knucklehead

A weight was lifted today.  I made it through something that has been heavy on my mind and so, I wanted to cap it off with something a little more sophisticated than normal.  Ok… really… wine isn’t necessarily more sophisticated … Continue reading

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Quilter’s Irish Death

Tonight was the night to open one of the stronger beers.  It has been a long week (only Tuesday, I know) and I need some of the hard stuff… at least something with some kick.  So, I reached for Quilter’s … Continue reading

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New Belgium Sunshine

I have all of this great, strong, high ABV beer in the beer fridge and what do I decide to go for?  New Belgium Sunshine wheat beer.  Not that it turned out to be a bad thing at all, though… just … Continue reading

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Oskar Blues Ten FIDY Imperial Stout

I learned something today.  I learned a good deal, in fact, thanks to the folks at Oskar Blues Brewery.  They have an outstanding thing going and I am psyched I went to Malt and Vine again today to pick up … Continue reading

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Brewery Ommegang Three Philosophers Quadrupel

I really tried to do this post last night, but after a full day of drinking and BBQ, I was bushed.  So, here we are the day after and here is my review. Preface: I started the grill at about … Continue reading

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Big Sky Brewing Moose Drool

I first tasted Moose Drool over at the Tap House Grill in Bellevue, where I managed to slup my way through six or seven different beers in the course of an hour and where, I’m afraid to say, it lodged in … Continue reading

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Sterbl Stout Dry Irish Stout

For history on this post, check out our review of Sammamish Pale Ale.  Unnamed beer number two or Sterbl Stout a dry irish stout was our second beer from our good friend Mr. Sterling Blackheart.  We were all feeling pretty … Continue reading

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