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Autumn weather is approaching — even here in Georgia — but before the bottle shop shelves are covered in pumpkin Ales, there are a plethora of Oktoberfest Lagers to try! One of the best statewide options each year is brewed by Dry County Brewing Company in Kennesaw, Georgia.
In a year that seems to have very few bright points, I’m finding positives in the smallest inconsequential things. Today, though, that is a shadowed piece of life as the country will stop intermittently to remember September 11, 2001 in different ways. Memories of that day are a variety of things for many people. If nothing else, we’re getting closer to wrapping up 2020 and putting it behind us. While we do that, here is What We’re Drinking.
Anyone who ever uttered the phrase “if you’ve had one, you’ve had them all” clearly has not had Pontoon Brewing Company‘s Combustible Pineapple Milkshake IPA. Brewed in Sandy Springs, Georgia, this beer could be your perfect pick or it could scare you away, depending on which side of the fence you sit when it comes to Milkshake IPAs. Either way, Combustible Pineapple will most certainly surprise you.
To combat the amount of time spent at home lately, many people have started new hobbies, or found a DIY Project or two to do around the house. Have you redecorated the living room two or three times lately just for a change of scenery? We won’t blame you if so. Most of the furniture has stayed put around here, but a new hobby has sprouted nonetheless. Greenery! There has been an influx of new plants in our home, all interior for now, that have cycled from room to room and brought little buds of amazement and joy with them as we’re working on our green thumb.
Hazy IPAs need little introduction in today’s craft beer scene. Many of them have a juicy body, with a golden foggy color and a citrus-forward aroma and flavor. New Realm Brewing Company’s Hazy Like a Fox IPA has these traits, but it also has some uniqueness that creates a journey of flavors all its own.
Lagers are gaining popularity during the current “Lager Revolution” that continues to thrive across the country. The appeal of Lagers is due to their low ABV, light body and clean and simple flavor. Fall Line Brewing Co.’s Lager fits this description perfectly.
Fall Line Brewing Co. is a new brewery and taproom located in Macon, GA that opened in March 2020; Fall Line Lager is one of their four year-round offerings that recently entered distribution.
February 8 marked the much anticipated Brewbies Festival at Bagby Beer in Oceanside, CA. For 11 years, the Brewbies organization has worked to bring breweries and the public together in support of breast cancer awareness. Working with the Keep a Breast Foundation, the festival has donated more than $540,000 to breast cancer research to date.
Every year that a brewery makes a thriving success of brewing more amazing beers, it is an accomplishment not only for themselves, but also for the industry and their patrons. Karl Strauss Brewing Co in San Diego, California, celebrated its 31st anniversary with their Changing of the Barrels event. This anniversary party not only features their flagship lineup but of course also highlights some superb beers that have been sleeping in barrels, awakened specifically for this moment
120 Minute IPA has been on my white whale beer list for a while, up there with Utopias and Pliny the Younger. So when I happened to find a bottle at random in a liquor store near my house, I was extremely surprised and needless to say I bought it immediately. Being I’m on the opposite side of the country from where its made, it’s a rare find for me at least.
Sunday November 10th’s festivities at Arroyo Terrace of the Lodge at Torrey Pines were the close of this year’s San Diego Beer Week. There were a variety of events at breweries across San Diego to celebrate this year’s event, as well.
The beer scene has changed in San Diego, but the local guild tries to make sure to maintain a “we’re all in this together” community. I discussed some of the reasons why guilds are important to the local brewing scene with San Diego Guild President Matthew Zirpolo.
The phenomenon of the art car has intrigued me for some time. Have you ever seen these things? Cars covered from bumper to bumper with colorful paint jobs and anything from mosaic tile to plastic figurines. Sure, some look like a hoarder hoarked on a hooptie, but there are certainly some examples that truly are mobile art. The layers of detail and creativity are impressive, and it’s that creative spirit that inspired Saint Arnold’s Art Car IPA.
Porters are a favorite for many, and I recently tried one that tasted too good not to share with you all. Civil Society Brewing has a delicious porter that has been hopped with Chinook, Mosaic and Amarillo. Civil Society did not get their nationwide popularity based on porters, so I am happy to highlight Fade Away. This gem of an American Porter was released again last month with a one pack per person limit. Finally, a rotating beer made it back home to me. I could not wait to open one up, so I took the opportunity on a Fri-YAY (and also one of Florida’s lovely, random cooler days).
Hello Beerstagram fans, welcome to the last Beerstagram round up of 2017! Hard to believe the year is already drawing to a close, huh? Well, I hope you all enjoyed your Christmas holiday, from the looks of these photos and beer selections it looks like you might have. Cheers to the New Year!
Happy winter, Beerstagram fans! It looks like you’re celebrating with some malty options. We are upon the last few days before Christmas and these beers are sure looking festive. We hope you enjoy the holiday and share some bottles with those you love. See you back here next week for the last Beerstagram of the year. Merry Christmas!
Ho Ho Ho Beerstagram friends! Hanukkah kicked off earlier this week, we hope you are enjoying your holiday week of the festival of lights and, for those that are getting ready for Christmas, we hope you are enjoying the season as well. From the looks of this week’s round up it looks like you are cracking open some festive brews. Cheers to that! See you back here again next week.
Happy Friday, Beerstagram fans! How has your first week of December been? We are desperately wishing it would snow here in Denver so that it actually felt a little bit more like December and so that we could crack into those malty winter warmers! We have kicked off the season with plenty of twinkle lights making their fabulous appearance in a lot of your Beerstagrams and this week certainly had their fair share. They are all so pretty! Enjoy the weekend and we will see you back here again next week. Cheers!
Hello Beerstagram friends! Welcome to the first day of December! We are now in the full swing of things with the Holidays and get ready for the plethora of seasonal beer photos that are going to be hand selected for Beerstagram each week, we just can’t help ourselves over here! This week’s roundup had some nice shots to share, great work to all of you #beertographers! Be sure to keep tagging us @porchdrinkingCO for your chance to be featured and we will see you back here again next week, cheers!
Hey there Beerstagram friends! Did you all have a Happy Thanksgiving? We sure hope so! It looks like you enjoyed some tasty beers over the past few days with the looks of this week’s roundup! Are you now planning to go out and find some of those extra special Black Friday beer releases? Whatever you do, we hope you have a nice weekend! See you back here again next week!
Hey, hey Beerstagram fans! How did your week go? We are drawing more near to Thanksgiving each and every week, do you have a big feast planned? What beers are you planning to serve? We’d love to hear from you. In the meantime enjoy this week’s fancy roundup and we will see you back here again next week. Cheers!
Hey Beerstagram fans! How was your week? It seemed exceptionally slow with the time change didn’t it? Anyway, it is Friday now and we can finally celebrate. Hooray! What do you plan on sipping this weekend? We’d love to hear about it and remember to tag @PorchDrinkingCO for your chance to be featured. Cheers!