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What We’re Drinking | April 24, 2020

What We're Drinking

As we see May on the horizon, the majority of us are still isolating and sheltering in place, waiting for some good news and a timeline of when life as we knew it can start again. We hope everyone is staying safe, practicing social distancing when out picking up essentials and yes, supporting local businesses! Our team is busy bringing ya’ll great articles and of course drinking great local craft beer while doing so. Check out what we’re drinking.

Bigfoot Barleywine Vertical | Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.

Floridaweiss no.3 | Marz Brewing

Beyond IPA | Local Craft Beer

Triangulum NEIPA | Mad Pecker Brewing Company

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Mad Pecker is truly my neighborhood brewery, as it’s only a few blocks away from home. I typically enjoy their beers on tap because they’re so close, but given our current situation, that’s not possible for a little while. San Antonio peeps, if you’re sleeping on MP, you’re missing out big time. Their brews are some of the best I’ve had, and I highly recommend you swing by and get a few cans and support the MP team. Mad Pecker Triangulum triple dry-hopped NEIPA. . . . This video is copyright protected. Please ask permission to repost and include image credit in your caption | @singinkang. . . @madpeckerbrew #Triangulum #NEIPA #IIPA #dryhopped #hazybeer #craftbeer #craftnotcrap #beer #beerstagram #hophead #beertography #TexasBeer #TexasCraftBeer #drinklocal #GreatNorthwest #supportyourlocalhazedealer

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Cushy Blood Orange | Old Irving Brewing

Loretta Wheat Farmhouse Ale | Oxbrow Brewing Co.

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Many of the best beers are just as comfortable under the thoughtful attention of a careful tasting as they are as the carefree accompaniment to a casual hangout. Loretta, a wheat farmhouse ale from Oxbow, is one of those beers. At 4% ABV, it kept me lighthearted company while I cooked dinner last week, but proved a worthy companion to a slower tasting later that evening. An undercurrent of dry wheat supports sun-ripened peach and apricot before splashing against the firm bitterness, dry minerality, and restrained acidity of the finish. Clove and white pepper provide interest throughout. This is a beautiful beer. #oxbowbrewing #oxbowbrewingcompany #beerreview #mainecraftbeer #mainebeer #farmhouseale #farmhouseales #farmhousebrewery #wheatale #beerphotography #beertography #beerphotographer

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Incipient Sour Wheat Ale | Speciation Artisan Ales

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Speciation Incipient is that very first warm spring day when your entire town is stretching its legs, birds and humans and dogs and I swear to god the buildings themselves. Ripples of candied pineapple, lemon on stone, high pines, lemondrop candies, and a bit of salinity all flow over a dry body splashing with robust carbonation. Speciations beers do deep contemplation well, but they do giddy spring afternoons pretty well too. #speciation #speciationartisanales #speciationales #sourbeer #sourbeers #sourale #sourales #wildale #mibeer #michiganbeer #michigancraftbeer #grandrapidsbeer #wheatale #beerphotography #beerphotographer #beertography #beertographer #beercandesign #beercanart #beerlabelart #beerlabeldesign

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Double Grazing Clouds | Mountains Walking Brewing

Climb Hazy Double IPA | New Trail Brewing Company

 


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