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What We’re Drinking | February 28, 2020

What We're Drinking
Seth Garland

It’s the end of Stout Month, and there are surprisingly few Stouts featured in this week’s What We’re Drinking. For many of us, this February has been just so depressingly snowy and cold, and the lack of Stout representation could be wishful thinking—drinking a nice, light beer while soaking in some sun. Me personally, I’ll drink a thick, frothy Stout after mowing the lawn in July, but I get the desire to stray away from the style once in a while. If you’re feeling the effects of this extra-long and extra-cold Leap February, this What We’re Drinking is just for you.

Pale Ale | Ferment Brewing Company

Willettized Stout | Lagunitas Brewing Company

Skookum | Red Bear Brewing Co.

Bierwolf Dunkelweizen | Great Lakes Brewing Co.

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I rarely read comic books, but when I found out Carmen Maria Machado was writing a horror comic for Joe Hill’s new Hill House horror imprint for DC, I decided to make an exception. Machado’s series, titled The Low, Low Woods, is a ton of fun so far. In the back of every Hill House issue is a chapter from a werewolf series called Sea Dogs, and it felt like a good pairing for this Bierwolf Dunkelweizen from Great Lakes. I poured this beer for a tasting a couple weeks back and it was a hit. It’s a harmonious collection of flavors – dusty baker’s chocolate, dark bread, orange peel, and the expected banana and clove from the yeast. #ohiobeer #ohiocraftbeer #drinkohiobeer #drinkbeermadehere #drinkbeermadehereohio #dunkelweizen #wheatale #greatlakesbrewing #greatlakesbrewingco #greatlakesbrewingcompany #horrorcomic #horrorcomics #carmenmariamachado #thelowlowwoods #hillhousecomics #beerandcomics #comicsandbeer

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Braincake | Parish Brewing Co.

Monkey Bridge Hefeweizen | Bear King Brewing Company

Kijora Dry Hopped Lager | Collaboration between Ogopogo Brewing and Drakes Brewing Co.

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