After yet another birthday, there are finally 2 new reviews up: Unibroue 15 and Great
Lakes Holy Moses. I am still hoping to get the coding on the left finished sometime this year.
I will not be present for the next tasting as I will be in Belgium. Expect a full write up and
tasting notes from all new beers that I try on the other side of the pond.
I am sorry
for the lack of new reviews as of late. Between finals and work
I haven't even had time to write up the reviews that I have
stored on my computer. However, I plan to remedy this tonight
by at least getting up a review or two.
Last beer tasting was a success. There was a total of 36 people
in attendance. Next tasting is shaping up to be the World Cup
of Beers, in honor of the World Cup of soccer. It should be
another fun time with a wide range of beers. This tasting will
take place on the 5th of June.
I know that some of you have been asking me where to find certain
beers. Well, I have found that place and it is right here in Austin.
Oak Hill Liquors on 290 by Old Fredericksburg road has all kinds of
crazy beers. As of today, they have 5 cases of Dogfish Head Midas
Touch and they also have the 120 Minute IPA in stock. On top of this,
they have a huge selection of rare and now unavailable beer. A personal
favorite of mine is the magnum bottles of Anchor Christmas '03. I will
be picking up a bottle of that sometime this weekend or early next week.
reviews are up. Samuel Adams White Ale and Coopers Best Extra
Stout. Also, the next tasting will be on May 1 and will be themed
around WW2. It is titled Axis vs. Allies. This is the tasting
that I am most looking foward to. Come out, have a good time,
and drink some beer.
As a side
note, rumor has it that the code for the panel on the left will
be finished sometime soon!
are up: North Coast Old Stock 2005, and Dogfish Head Midas Touch.
The coding for the automatic updater on the left is still a
work in progress by my website designer. As for when it will
be done is now beyond me. However, I will continue to put updates
beer tasting has gone by. Many thanks to those of you who come
out and partake in the tastings. Having a good turn out means
a lot to both Justin and I. The next tasting will be one to
not miss as the theme is Axis vs. Allies. On top of an outstanding
beer line up, I plan to throw in some history as well. Be sure
to be there on the first Monday in May.
A few new
reviews are up: Blanche de Chambly by Unibroue, and Navan. I
am still trying to get my website builder to fix the coding
on the left, hopefully that will be done sometime soon.
two new reviews up: Urthel Hibernus Quentum Mendocino
Eye of the Hawk.
I will be hosting the Feb. beer tasting at the Gingerman on
the 6th. Be sure to come out and bring all your friends.
reviews are up, both of which are Belgians:
Des Flandres Delirium Nocturnum
I am still
in the process of getting the coding on here sorted out. Hopefully
soon the column on the left will update as I post new reviews,
and hopefully there is a link back to the homepage via that
logo in the upper left.
another year come and gone. Where on Earth did it go? Justin
and I will now be hosting the beer tastings at The Gingerman
until further notice. For our second hosting we had just under
40 people show up, which is impressive. Thanks to everyone who
came out; both Justin and I look forward to seeing you all again
have two beers in my fridge that I need to get off of my butt
and review. I also need to write those two reviews that I have
laying around. Hopefully those will all be done soon. With school
starting here soon, I will be back to the everyday grind of
college life. Wish me luck on that front.