Monday, April 30, 2018

Uinta Lime Pilsner Beer Review

The Lime Pilsner from Uinta Brewing Company is described as being light-bodied and crisp to which I do agree. This 5.3% ABV and low 15 IBU beer does is not too bad to kick back and relax with in my opinion, even for me that doesn’t usually like to fruit the beer. Of course with this, like Prego it’s in there. Man that's an old commercial, anyway light, citrus, clean, sweet, refreshing and obviously fruity is how I would describe this one that I rated 3.75 out of 5, making it a solid enough beer to try for sure. If you want to see more of my thoughts on it then check out the video as well.

Sunday, April 29, 2018

Trader Joe's (Unibroue) Vintage Ale *2015 Beer Review

Trader Joe’s Vintage Ale is a beer brewed by Unibroue for Trader Joe’s as a celebratory beer so to speak. This 9% ABV Belgian Strong Dark Ale as reviewed here is that of the 2015 vintage which I had in the cellar and decided to finally try. It is no longer in production but still worth a look and still in good shape as far as its sustainability. How did I find this beer? The beer was dark, sweet, smooth and boozy along with notes of licorice and clove to say the least however overall it was a tasty one that at $5.99 a bottle was a great deal. I rated this one a 4 out of 5 and would definitely recommend checking out the other vintages if you have any Trader Joe’s near you.

Saturday, April 28, 2018

Boatyard Brewing Kirkenberry Sour Beer Review

Kirkenberry Sour is a sour ale from Boatyard Brewing Company located in Michigan, and carries a sessionable ABV of 4.6%. Fruity, sour and light all accompany this beer which provides an okay overall feel. It’s not overly tart, which is something that does happen with other sour ales at times. Unfortunately, while it is refreshing not much is really left behind to me it memorable in my opinion. This being said, this beer rates a 3.25 out of 5 for me and thank you to my buddy Eric for getting me this one to try. Check out my video to hear and see more of my thoughts on this one.

Friday, April 27, 2018

Iron Line Shuttle Train Beer Review

Shuttle Train is a Belgian-Style White Ale from Iron Line Brewing and was brewed in collaboration with Rivertown Brewery & Barrel House. Coming in at 5.6% and 22 IBU, this Witbier at the time I purchase it was a lower cost offering that I figured I give a try. A little bitter, it does come across with a clove characteristic along with some sweetness in the taste and dryness in the texture. Although in the end, the beer didn’t sit more above the average level which at $5.99 a six pack made it somewhat okay. My rating on this one places it at 2.75 out of 5.

Press Release: Six One Pour Festival Releases Beer List

Fourth annual event to offer over 160 beers from 55 Ohio craft breweries



COLUMBUS, Ohio – Six One Pour: The Ohio Craft Beer Fest returns to Huntington Park in the Columbus Arena District on Saturday, May 12 from 6-9 p.m. The festival serves as the signature event of the 2018 Columbus Craft Beer Week celebration and will count 55 Ohio craft breweries as participants.

General admission tickets are available in advance for $45, which includes a souvenir glass and tasting tickets for 20 four-ounce samples. Early admission tickets are also available for $55, allowing entry at 5 p.m. Designated driver admission is available for $15 and includes a food/non-alcoholic beverage voucher.

All tickets include a reserved seat voucher for a Columbus Clippers baseball game that will be honored May 18 through May 23. Six One Pour tickets can be purchased online at http://www.beerfesttickets.com/sixonepour2018

Confluence IPA, the hazy IPA collaboration beer made by 20 Central Ohio breweries for Columbus Craft Beer Week, will be available at Six One Pour at the Four String Brewing Company table. The event will also feature live music and games and prizes courtesy o the CD102.5 Scene Team. Select concession stands inside Huntington Park will be serving food throughout the event. Ohio On Tap app users will receive 5 bonus passport stamps for attending the event.

Six One Pour: The Ohio Craft Beer Fest and Columbus Craft Beer Week are fundraisers for the 
Ohio Craft Brewers Association. This year's Columbus Craft Beer Week celebration includes over 225 craft beer events at participating breweries, bars, restaurants and retail shops around central Ohio.

SIX ONE POUR BEER LIST:
Actual Brewing Co.
Photon Light Lager, Magnon IPA, Fallowist Field Saison
Barley's Brewing Company
Scottish Ale, Blood Thirst Wheat, Tour de Hops Experimental Double IPA, Breakfast of Conquerors
Black Cloister Brewing Company
Helles Angel, True Scotsman
Brew Brothers
Big Dog IPA, Vienna Lager, Staycation – Gose, James – Barrel Fermented Tart Saison with Apricots, Backyard Luau – Mango Ginger Gose

The Brew Kettle
White Rajah West Coast IPA, L’Hazy Mango NE IPA, Shandy Shores Blood Orange Shandy, more TBA
BrewDog USA
5 and Dime, Juggernaut Imperial IPA
Christian Moerlein Brewing Co.
Se7en Hefeweizen, Moerlein Original Lager, Little Kings Cream Ale
Columbus Brewing Co.
Creeper, Bodhi, SummerTeeth Lager, Rhapsody Pils, Pancake Breakfast, Innuendo IPA, more TBA
Combustion Brewery & Taproom
Combustion IPA, Antidote Coffee Blonde
Commonhouse Ales
IPA For the People, Six One for Good, Czech Please
Crooked Handle Brewing Co
Trinity Haze, Roadside PB Porter
DankHouse Brewing Company
Super Fantastic, Chasing Trees
Elevator Brewing Co.
380, Brett & Rose, Heiferweizen, Nebbiolo Saison
Endeavor Brewing Company
Latin Lager, New World IPA, Gose
Fat Head's Brewery
Bumble Berry, Sunshine Daydream, Starlight
Four String Brewing Co.
Confluence IPA (Columbus Craft Beer Week collab hazy IPA), Hilltop Lager, Brass Knuckle, Suncaster, Switchblade
Gordon Biersch
Golden Export Helles Lager, Session IPA
Great Lakes Brewing Company
Cloud Cutter Ale, Chillwave Double IPA, Turntable Pils, Holy Moses White Ale, Dark Signal Belgian Quad
Grove City Brewing Company
Wiggy White IPA, B. Web's Stout Blonde
Hairless Hare Brewery
Hazy Hare NEIPA, Raspberry Blonde Ale
Homestead Beer Co.
Yabba Dabba Brew Fruity Pebbles IPA, Best Buddies Charity Hazy Pale Ale, Snake Oil Super Pale Ale, Sun Kissed Wheat
Ill Mannered Brewing Co.
Pseudo Insubordination Berliner Weisse, Ill Mannered/Nowhere In Particular Collaboration Milkshake IPA
Jackie O’s Brewery
Mandala Citra, Razz Wheat, Perpetum, Firefly
Kindred Brewing
Camp Fire, Hawaiian Shirt, Waves Pale Ale, Plum Blossom Sour
Land Grant Brewing Co.
Mr. Balloonhands Berliner Weisse, CMYK DIPA
Lineage Brewing
Spaceship #6 IPA, Oscura Obscura Blonde Stout, Passionate Bernice: Passionfruit Guava Berliner Weiss, Midnight Sickle: Russian Imperial Stout
Little Fish Brewing Co.
Pomegranate Reinheitsgewhat!?, Woodthrush
Loose Rail Brewing
Dead Mans Throttle IPA, Full Steam Saison
MadTree Brewing Company
Entropic Theory IPA, Lift Kolsch, Passion Fruit Tart Ale, 2018 Bourbon Barrel-Aged Axis Mundi American Super Stout w/ Coffee+Vanilla
Market Garden Brewery
Prosperity Wheat, Hellamango IPA
Millersburg Brewing Company
Pina Colada, Lady Justice
Mother Stewart's Brewing Co.
Lager, Witbier, Cashmere IPA
Mt. Carmel Brewing Co.
Amber, Coffee Brown
North High Brewing Co.
Grapefruit Walleye, Life
Paradigm Shift Brewing
Neighbor Girl Belgian Tripel, Name Dropper Double IPA
The Phoenix Brewing Company
Embalming Fluid, Big Spring Saison, Undertaker Imperial Red Rye IPA, Melinoe Blood Orange Blond, Dark Lylith Imperial Chocolate Stout, Persephone Blonde Ale
Platform Beer Co.
New Cleveland Palesner, Safety Scissors Blood Orange Berliner Weisse, Bucket of Gloves Hazy IPA, Hyper Retro Lemon Ginger Saison, Speed Merchant White IPA, The Project Session IPA Citra w/ Lemon Zest, more TBA
Pretentious Barrel House
Truculent with Cashmere, Sybarite with Raspberries, Derisive with Apricot and Peach
Railroad Brewing Company
13th Warrior Hefeweizen, BOB Blood Orange Blonde
The Ram Brewery
Big Dread Double IPA
Rhinegeist
Press Tart - Berliner Weisse, Burrito - Vienna Lager, Lemongrass Ginger Cider, more TBA
Royal Docks Brewing Co.
Leatherhand IPA, Backyard Crusher, Crime of Passionfruit, Pendragon, Daemonium, Cantina Sour
Seventh Son Brewing Co.
Toast, Cruelest Month, Lemongrass Wit, Scam Likely
Sideswipe Brewing
Pixelated Sun Hoppy Wheat, Sexy Weekend American Table Beer
Sixth Sense Brewing
Murk Juice, Murkimus Juicimus
Smokehouse Brewing
Doxie Kolsch, Hoptopus Hoppy Pale Wheat, Mohbee New England IPA, Alexander's Russian Imperial Stout
Streetside Brewery
Raspberry Beret - Berliner Weisse with Raspberries, Alpha – IPA
Warped Wing Brewing Co.
Mr. Mean Imperial IPA, Ermals Cream Ale, Gamma Bomb, Trotwood Lager
Wild Ohio Brewing
Black Cherry Bourbon, DalyPalmer
Wolf's Ridge Brewing
Clear Sky, Apple Brandy Dire Wolf, Dire Wolf Canis Mexicanus, Gose, Cask: Clear Sky Creamsicle, Cask: IPA
Wooly Pig Farm Brewery
Rustic Helles, Country Malt Maibock
Yellow Springs Brewery
Boat Show – IPA, First Lost Episode - Belgian Fruit Beer (Cherries), Peach & Mixed Berry Springer - Fruited Golden Ale, Smokin' Handsome - Smoked American Brown Ale

Six One Pour is sponsored by (614) ColumbusBoelter BeverageCD102.5Chipotle Mexican GrillCOTADrink Up ColumbusFrantz WardKahiki FoodsMosaic Employee BenefitsThe TEAM ProductionsThe Wine Buzz Magazineand these Ohio Craft Brewers Association member breweries: The Brew Brothers at Scioto DownsColumbus Brewing CompanyGreat Lakes Brewing CompanyRoyal Docks Brewing CompanyWolf's Ridge BrewingYellow Springs Brewery,  Barley’s Brewing CompanyJackie O’s BreweryMadTree Brewing CompanyThe Phoenix Brewing CompanyPlatform Beer Co.RhinegeistSeventh Son BrewingThe Brew KettleChristian Moerlein Brewing CompanyCombustion Brewery & TaproomCrooked Handle Brewing Co.Elevator Brewing CompanyFour String Brewing CompanyGrove City Brewing CompanyHairless Hare BreweryHomestead Beer Company,CompanyLineage BrewingMother Stewart's Brewing CompanyPretentious Barrel House, and Warped Wing Brewing Company

Founded in 2007, the 
Ohio Craft Brewers Association is a nonprofit guild that exists to promote and preserve Ohio’s unified craft brewing industry. We aspire to be recognized as the industry leader at both state and national levels for preserving the art of making high-quality, unique craft beer; to serve as the unified voice for craft brewers across the state; to advocate on behalf of the Ohio craft beer industry; to contribute to systemic, local community development by driving economic and job growth, while creating experiences that bring people together; and to serve as a beacon for local production and manufacturing through craft beer, resulting in diverse choices for consumers



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