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About- Will Dozier

Will Dozier

Will Dozier

Will is PD’s resident mad scientist. He homebrews, he photographs, he makes beer cocktails, and he hoards insane amounts of delicious beers. The kid’s got a fever and the only cure is more beer.

Posts By Will Dozier

The Green Bullet Saison

February 7, 2013 |

According to Punxsutawney Phil, spring is right around the corner. As the days start to grow longer and the temperatures rise, I have started to search for a beer that will inspire hope for warmer temperatures. Saison has filled the void that a winter warmer or a stout was unable to fill. Inspired by finally finishing a book, Farmhouse Ales book by Phil Markowski, I decided that I would take a stab at brewing one myself.

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Getting a Woody – Founders Backwoods Bastard

January 22, 2013 |

Welcome to the second installment of Getting a Woody. In this article we will dive into the wide world of Bourbon Barrels. As stated in the last Getting a Woody, Bourbon Barrels were one of the first barrels used to age beer. Aging beer in these barrels creates a harmony between the wood and the beer producing slight hints of bourbon, oak, vanilla, and smoky flavors. Some great examples that have gonethrough this process are Bourbon County Stout from Goose Island, The Lost Abbey Angel’s Share, Odell’s Bourbon Barrel Stout, and Founders Kentucky Breakfast Stout. Today, we look at another beer from Founders Brewing that has enjoyed aging in Bourbon Barrels.

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Trinity Brewing Oh Face Saison

January 21, 2013 |

Style: Saison
ABV: 4.8%


Here in Colorado the temperatures have dropped into the negatives the past couple days. So you would think that I would reach for a dark and heavy stout but no I went straight for the light refreshing characteristics of a Saison, Trinity Brewing Oh Face. Oh Face is part of Trinity’s Office Space-themed beers and is a complex saison that is fermented with brettanomyces then brewed with spelt, oats, rye, and wheat. Finally, it is spiced with pumpkin and lavender. If things go well, this beer should be showing me its oh oh oh face if you know what I mean. Read More is Getting a Woody – A Showcase of Wood Aged Beer

January 8, 2013 | is Getting a Woody. No we did not upgrade the site with Viagra. This woody is all about wood and barrel-aged beers. Getting a Woody will be a recurring segment that will focus on all of the aspects of wood-aged beers. This will include posts on beer showcases, Ultimate 6ers, and homebrewing tips and techniques. This inaugural  post will serve as an intro into these deliciously wooded wonders.

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Funkwerks Brewery- Deceit Belgian Golden Strong Ale

November 20, 2012 |

Background: This year at GABF Funkwerks really hit it out of the park. Not only did they win small brewery of the year, they also won 2 gold medals for Sasion and Belgian-Style Strong Specialty Ale. The later was won by Deceit, a strong belgian golden ale. Deceit is a beer that does a very good job at hiding its 9.4%abv. This has been normally a taproom only release but a small amount of bottles have been released in the Colorado market.

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Southwest Great American Beer Festival Regional Breakdown

October 4, 2012 |

The Southwest – land of Mexican food, cactus, and hot weather. There is nothing more perfect than beer to cool the heat. With a growing craft beer scene, the southwest has been cranking out award winning beer. Here our a few breweries and what they will be pouring  at the Great American Beer Festival.
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Funkwerks Fruition – It taste like Fruit(ion)?

August 1, 2012 |



Fruition, Funkwerks Brewery, Denver, CO ABV: 6%

Background: Funkwerks opened it doors in 2010 and since then they have been making killer saisons. This has been one … Read More

Hop into Summer with Zommerhop

July 14, 2012 |

Zommerhop –  Brouwerij de Molen from the Netherlands

Style: American IPA



Hops: Permiant and Sazz for bittering. Columbus and Cascade for aroma and flavor.

Background: Summer has hit and … Read More