Stranger Danger goes up for grabs at the Garage Oct. 12 Barrel. Aged. Peanut. Butter. Cup. Imperial. Stout. Seven of your favorite words, in one glorious unicorn of a beer. Stranger Danger is our bourbon barrel aged peanut butter cup imperial stout. Clocking in at big ol’ 13% ABV, this beer is rich, thick and
This double IPA was dry-hopped twice with a bevy of hops, including Simcoe, Denali, Citra, El Dorado and Mosiac. Pilsner, flaked oats and wheat provide the malt backbone. Although this double IPA has a bold aroma, it is soft and delicate on the palate.
This low ABV (4.5%) table beer really hits a sweet spot for us. Table of Contents is an easy drinking beer that’s approachable for almost every palate, and perfect for sharing during all sorts of meals – from a great steak to taco Tuesdays
If you haven’t had Blind Pirate Blood Orange IPA in a while, you’ll notice a change.
Brevis & Bretthead is a lot of fun to drink. It’s a symphony on your tongue of sour, bitter, sweet, and dank that somehow hits all the right notes. It’s like a peach and grapefruit cocktail more than it is a beer!
You may have heard of (or even tasted!) an Opera Cake. A lot of us haven’t, so when brewmaster Peter Kiley said he was working on an imperial milk stout (AKA a pastry stout) reminiscent of an Opera Cake, most of us here at Monday Night were like… WTF is an Opera Cake? Come to
Naming our Belgian wit has proved trickier than we thought. We got a lot of great response from our last call to arms, but I’m still left feeling, well, witless. Here’s the issue: Wit’s End appeared to emerge as the crowd favorite, though there were some other great names thrown in the mix. However, I
We’re making some progress. The top 2 character choices right now are: Weatherman (wits are cloudy) Jester (wit… you know) And the top names are: Weatherman Wit Scathing Wit Wit’s End Unfortunately my contribution: “Walt’s Wit, Man” failed to make the shortlist. I suspect knavery. Any favorites among these? Or fresh ideas? The issue we’ve