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About- Kristin Hubbard

Kristin Hubbard

Kristin Hubbard

Kristin enjoys playing music, reading, going to concerts, travelling, creative projects, and unwinding with a few friends and a nice cold one. She stays busy with over 3 jobs and managing 2 denver-based bands(Mancub and In The Whale). Music is her purpose. Beer is her passion.

Posts By Kristin Hubbard

Cascara Quad – New Belgium

February 27, 2013 | Avg. Reading Time: 1 min

10.00%

When I looked outside at the forming white blanket my only concern was what brew could satisfy my cold spirit? I want big + I want malty + I want boozy. Luckily, I had a New Belgium Cascara Quad in my fridge. I’d been saving this (inexpensive) gem for the right time and today’s much needed snow offered a sweet reason to make it mine.

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Ultimate 6er | Valentine’s Beer List

February 13, 2013 | Avg. Reading Time: 2 min

The time has come again for overused reds and pinks, chocolates and overcrowded chain restaurants. Good ol’ Valentine’s Day is back with its ever present divide between love + affection and nausea. Couples are sure to get a little more mushy and singles are likely to roll their eyes in disgust. I’ve decided to put together an Ultimate 6er for anyone caught in the middle.
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12 Beers of Christmas | Day 9- Mikkeller’s From To

December 22, 2012 |

8.0% ABV

Holy holiday cheer this beer is outstanding. Malty + sprucey + notes of a subtle mint chocolate. The balanced mouthfeel embodies a depth of both flavor and complexity, making every sip thirst quenching for the next. Halfway through … Read More

Bitches Brew — Dogfish Head

November 8, 2012 | 1 Avg. Reading Time: 1 min

ABV:  9.0%

For a long time now I have considered Bitches Brew one of my favorite beers ever. Its dark rich maltiness has a cappuccino-like bitterness that reminds me of both dark chocolate and toffee. Heavy-bodied goodness, I pair this gem with a band called Starfucker and their song “Rawnald Gregory Erickson The Second.”  Think of this: windows down, hand out in the breeze, gazing at the changing aspens in the mountains on a sunny day off; this is a beer that pairs well with the feeling that it’s fall now, so camping is out of the question but a heavy autumn brew might satisfy. Read More

Tommyknocker Brewery- Small Batch Harvest Pumpkin Ale

September 18, 2012 | Avg. Reading Time: 1 min

ABV: 5.0%

September weather calls for Pumpkin Ale

Fall is the time to be outdoors. Everyone, including myself, loves the summer weather, but there’s something very charming and complimentary about sipping on a nice brown pumpkin ale and not wasting headspace on whether I need sunscreen.
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