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What We’re Drinking | January 20, 2017

What We're Drinking
Dan Bortz

January is rolling right along, and many of us are fighting the good fight against seasonal affective disorder. I’m not a licensed physician, but I find that the best tool for self-medication is a big, warming (possible barrel-aged) beer. Apparently the PorchDrinkers agree with me, because they enjoyed a few of those this week. Some think that brighter, fruitier libations are a better panacea for the season, but I believe that those people are quacks. This is What We’re Drinking.

Barrel Aged Mexican Achromatic | WeldWerks Brewing Co.

What We're Drinking
“Finishing up the Event Recap for Big Beers Fest requires a big beer.” – K.C. Cunilio

Black Sour and Witbier | Noon Whistle Brewing

What We're Drinking
“2nd Anniversary Zen” – Mathew Powers

Salt City Citrus IPA | Shades of Pale Brewing

What We're Drinking
“In just under two weeks Utah has simultaneously joined the haze craze and released two of its best IPAs. Keep them coming! Cheers!” – Chris & Sylvia Hollands

Deth’s Tar | Revolution Brewing

What We're Drinking
“Deth’s Tar at the Revolution Tap Room” – Mike Zoller

Ivana Humpalot Paletas | The Answer Brewpub

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“Sweet mercy, I have already found a best beer of 2017. The finest fruited gose I have ever had, echoing the tart salty refreshing flavors of mexican popsicles using watermelon, prickly pear, and passionfruit.” – Scott Johnson

Bourbon County Brand Coffee Stout | Goose Island Beer Co.

What We're Drinking
“From a little brewery in Chicago.” – Mike Zoller

Jove | The Libertine Brewing Co.

What We're Drinking
“Already in the running for best beer of 2017! Swirling this bottle is a must the dregs held an incredible blackberry aroma. Tart but not overly acidic with an intense dryness that clears the pallet quickly. Enjoy this with creamy cheeses, prime rib, ribeye, or simple pasta and oil.” – Jose Minaya

Metatropics | Wicked Weed Brewing/Biére Trois Dames

What We're Drinking
“I like this funky and tart farmhouse Ale a lot but I might like the label even more. I’m dreaming of muggy summer days.” – Danele Bova

Athena Paradiso | Creature Comforts Brewing Co.

What We're Drinking
“Not sure why I waited so long to crack this guy open. Lightly tart and very refreshing, I wish I was poolside!” – Danele Bova

Konkey Dong | Hoof Hearted Brewing

What We're Drinking
“Passion fruit juice in a can. Straight up. No booziness to this double IPA at all. Pleasantly surprised!” – Danele Bova

Badger Club | Wisconsin Brewing Co.

What We're Drinking
“An old fashioned supper club delight.” – Mathew Powers

Infidel | Selkirk Abbey Brewing Co.

What We're Drinking
“Enjoying this Belgian-style IPA out of a wine glass because I break a lot of beer glasses and I’m not allowed to buy more… This Idaho beer has some serious Ida-tude!” – Dan Bortz

Milk & Cookies | Wicked Weed Brewing

What We're Drinking
“Celebrating my wife’s (garbled)th birthday with homemade Boston cream pie and this gem. Most dominant flavors are cinnamon and the usual milk stout flavors. Paired very nicely. #twodessertsmakearight” – Johnathan Pylant

Ceremonial Session IPA | Burial Beer Co.

"I absolutely LOVE Burial's can designs. This IPA was one of only a few hazy IPAs that I've tried. It was fantastic, but oddly filling. As delicious as it was, I think I would have been just as happy staring at this marvel all night." - Johnathan Pylant
“I absolutely LOVE Burial’s can designs. This IPA was one of only a few hazy IPAs that I’ve tried. It was fantastic, but oddly filling. As delicious as it was, I think I would have been just as happy staring at this marvel all night.” – Johnathan Pylant


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