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Lazy Magnolia Brewery | Sweet Potato Cream Stout (Jefferson Stout)February 20, 2015 | Katie Oswalt
ABV: 4.65% ABV | IBU: 22
Before Kentucky is scheduled to be buried under a foot of snow this week, I watched perplexed as Lexatonians prepare for Snowmageddon by stocking up on a month’s worth of Digiornos and Doritos while congesting every aisle of the grocery store. Rather than loading my cart with six gallons of milk and the last of the bread that just might last me 48 hours, I look for a comforting beverage with a flavor that resonates with the coziness of this bitter season. My eyes fell upon the words “Sweet Potato Cream Stout” and I knew I could ride out any storm with this belly-warming brew.
Cooking with Beer | Pecan Caramel Apple CrispOctober 16, 2014 | Chelsea Mitchell 1
Welcome to apple-pickin’ season. Even though I picked these apples right off the supermarket shelf, I used to love nothing more than visiting my local orchard and stocking up on this fall harvest fruit. I would make apple pies, caramel apples, apple streusels… the list goes on and on (do I sound like Bubba from Forest Gump yet?). This time around, I opted for the classic apple crisp. It is easy to make and the results are sure to impress. I have had the idea for apple crisp in my head for a while now; pretty much since I saw Abita’s Pecan Harvest Ale on the shelves. First off, I had never heard of a pecan ale so I was basically obligated to buy it. Second, I knew it would be the perfect brew to make some sort of delicious dessert. So a delicious dessert I made and now you can too with this Pecan Caramel Apple Crisp recipe.
Flying Dog Brewery | Snake Dog IPAOctober 1, 2014 | Erin Petrey
It snakes down the throat like a faithful friend. – Anna Steadman (Snake Dog IPA label) Read More
Ultimate 6er to Tackle New Year’s ResolutionsJanuary 8, 2014 | Stacey Goers
PorchDrinking supports the journey toward self-improvement but most importantly, we would like you to enjoy your favorite brews along that road.
In honor of January’s inevitable New Year’s Resolutions, we offer up the Ultimate 6er to pair with the most common personal goals.
12 Beers of Christmas | Day 1: Breckenridge Christmas AleDecember 13, 2012 | Coit Stevenson 3
Once upon a time, a time one day ago in fact, a single man braved the single worst element, wind, and walked the entire one block down to his favorite watering hole. Once he found a single seat at the bar, he knew it was time to make the #1 most important decision of his night: What will my first beer be? After scanning the droughts for one minute, his eyes finally came upon a single tap placed by its lonesome at the end of the bar, the tap for Breckenridge Christmas Ale. This was to be his first beer of the night. There was one thing amiss about the drought tap, however, atop it sat a single piece of paper. Taped to the back of the tap with one measly piece of Scotch tape, the single piece of paper simply read: “Christmas Ale : $1.” Read More
One Minute Beer Review: Ska Brewing Company’s Euphoria Pale AleOctober 18, 2012 | Tristan Chan
It’s not often that a brewery’s winter seasonal is a pale ale. But, Ska gives zero cares about that. Their Euphoria Pale Ale not only works as a winter seasonal … Read More
One Minute Beer Review: Southern Tier – Imperial Creme Brulee StoutSeptember 24, 2012 | Tristan Chan 1
Take a moment and just take a big whiff of this beer before you actually drink this creme brulee stout. Goodness that’s heavenly. This brew treads that line … Read More
PorchDrinking Fall Beer Preview 2012September 20, 2012 | Tristan Chan
One of the greatest things about fall along with football, leaf piles and apple cider is the stable of fall seasonal beers available. Honestly the multitude of pumpkin and spiced beers on the market can be a bit overwhelming so we tasked our writers with coming up with a fall beer preview. Here’s the variety of fall samplings they came up with. Read More
Oktoberfest – Left Hand Brewing CompanySeptember 13, 2012 | Sonny Chan
In my preparation for my stein raising trip to Munich for Oktoberfest, I wanted to have at least one local Märzen lager to compare with the brews offered in Germany. Since my favorite beer is Sam Adams version of Oktoberfest, I’ll try not to be biased. That being said, I am setting my sights on Left Hand Brewing’s Oktoberfest.
One Minute Beer Review: Great Divide Brewing- RumbleSeptember 7, 2012 | Tristan Chan
One of my favorite things about Rumble is the fact that you can enter any room with a six pack and unabashedly exclaim “LETS GET READY TO RUMBLE” without … Read More
One Minute Beer Review: Avery’s The KaiserAugust 17, 2012 | Tristan Chan
The Kaiser Imperial Oktoberfest Lager- Avery Brewing Company, Boulder, CO
The Perseids meteor shower is the annual mid august star gazer’s dream.
How to do … Read More
Unibroue – Don de DieuJuly 20, 2012 | Stuart Thomas
Don de Dieu, Unibroue, Chambly, QC, Canada
People, events and moments are ephemeral when they fail to etch a mark into our memories. It’s fairly … Read More
One Minute Beer Review: Widmer Brothers-Barrel Aged Brrrbon 11′July 18, 2012 | Tristan Chan
Barrel Aged Brrrbon 11’ – Widmer Brothers Brewing, Portland, OR
As part of our late night porch drinking session, Chase and I decided to crack open … Read More