farmhouse Archives – PorchDrinking.com
ALULU Brewery and Pub | AldonaJuly 14, 2020 | Christiana Torres
With a classic golden yellow tone, ALULU Brewery and Pub’s Aldona seems unassuming at first glance. A low head and the slightly transparent body leads a drinker to believe that … Read More
Event Recap | The Inaugural Funk Collective: A Gathering of Independent BreweriesJuly 17, 2017 | Danele Bova
Craft beer as a whole has gone through a shit storm over the last few months. Literally and figuratively. And the in-fighting hasn’t stopped. But at the Funk Collective: A Gathering of Independent Breweries, no amount of storminess could keep the masses away. Read More
Post Brewing | Achtertuin Seizoen Farmhouse AleMay 10, 2017 | Jared Hardy
The fried chicken at Post Brewing is hands down the best in the state of Colorado. Actually, it could damn well be the best fried chicken I’ve ever had. I’d do unspeakable things to get my hands on those crispy pieces of perfectly spiced chicken flesh.
Oh, also, turns out the beer at Post Brewing is really freaking good, too.
Style Profile | SaisonApril 13, 2017 | Jose Minaya
Every other month, PorchDrinking.com will tackle a style profile and, this month, the subject involves Saisons. Our motivation involves educating beer drinkers so they can more accurately identify beers and calibrate their senses accordingly. Beer can be a complex topic but worry not because PorchDrinking is here to show you the ropes – like an older brother or sister, only with less abuse and more information.
Denver Beer Co. | Drama Queen Saison Aged in Wine BarrelsDecember 8, 2016 | Jared Hardy
I don’t mean to be dramatic, but I think they’ve named this beer wrong. With a name like, “Drama Queen”, you’d expect this 8.3% barrel-aged saison to be too boozy, quick to fly off the handle with overly pronounced flavors. No, she is far too balanced to be called a drama queen.
Tired Hands Brewing Company | OurisonOctober 11, 2016 | Karl Kalinkewicz 1
It’s been hotter than Hansel in Los Angeles the past few weeks and when the temperatures rise, I start moseying into the sour/saison realm for refreshment. Luckily, I had a bottle of Tired Hands Brewing Company Ourison to help cool me. Straight out of Ardmore, Pennsylvania, I enjoy Tired Hands for its unfiltered yet refined farmhouse and sour ales that regularly have unusual style and ingredient combos. For instance, Woodlahands, a Flanders oud bruin with mushrooms added, is an example of the type of beer that emanates from the Tired Hands Fermentaria, and I’m all about it.
Event Preview | Lickinghole Creek 3rd Year Anniversary Party and Magnificent Pagan Beast ReleaseSeptember 29, 2016 | Scott Johnson
Lickinghole Creek Craft Brewery is the definitive example of farmhouse brewing on a breathtaking scale one has to see to believe. This 290-acre vibrant farmland nestled in Goochland, Virginia grows hops, fruits, barley and herbs to create a fantastic catalog of beers ranging from IPAs to Russian imperial stouts. Most Virginians love their reputation for creating barrel-aged behemoths contained in gorgeous 750 mL bottles that feature stunning label art and memorable liquid. So how fitting is it that the largest farmhouse brewery in the Commonwealth of Virginia creates the biggest beer in the state’s history?
Brewery Showcase | Stickman BrewsAugust 25, 2016 | Dan Bortz
American craft beer is like the history of the country itself. As a nation of immigrants, our brewers borrow their techniques from many different traditions, tweaking, combining and refining them into something uniquely american. Now, try imagining that we had a centuries old heritage of farmhouse brewing like Belgium. What impact would that have had on modern craft beer? Stickman Brews‘ mission is to find an answer that very question.
Ultimate 6er | Seattle Growler FillsAugust 17, 2016 | Talia Shapiro 1
Draft beer almost always tastes better than bottled or canned beer.* It’s fresher and hasn’t been exposed to heat, light, or oxygen—elements that can have a major negative impact on the beer’s taste and aroma. Despite the superiority of draft, we don’t always feel like going out for a pint. As a self-proclaimed introvert, I’m a prime example of a beer enthusiast who sometimes just wants to chill at home and watch a movie. Or read. Or drink a few beers while I cook dinner. This is when growlers come in handy. Typically 64 fluid ounces (the equivalent to 4 pints) or 32 fluid ounces (2 pints) breweries and taprooms will happily fill growler jugs with fresh, tasty, draft beer and allow patrons to grab quality beer to go. Read More
Atom Brewing Co. | Arlo Farmhouse Inspired Ale – Batch OneJuly 11, 2016 | Cory Pelc
Atom Brewing Co. | Arlo Farmhouse Inspired Ale – Batch One
ABV: 6.5% | IBU: 21 Bottle: 750ML corked and caged
Atom Brewing Company (Erie, CO) started brewing beers … Read More
Unknown Brewing Co. | Kitten Snuggles Imperial Farmhouse AleJune 15, 2016 | Johnathan Pylant
Kitten Snuggles is Unknown Brewing Company’s unofficial interpretation of what would happen if the internet brewed a beer. Inspired by cute and adorable kittens in a coffee shop in Portland, Oregon, this Farmhouse style ale is sure to appeal to even the most adamant dog lovers. Read More
Event Preview | Funk & Farm Beer FestMay 26, 2016 | Eric Gorski
At first blush, Nighthawk Brewing is an odd setting for a festival celebrating farmhouse beers.
The Broomfield brewery, which opened in January 2015, is housed in a metal warehouse on … Read More
Saint Somewhere Brewing Co. | AnneMay 23, 2016 | Mark Elliot
It really wasn’t that long ago, that the beer scene in the Southeast was… well… sad. Sure there were a few islands of beer awesome such as Asheville, and some long running southeast breweries like SweetWater Brewing Company which has been going strong since 1997, but the craft beer market and availability was truly few and far between. Read More
Perennial Artisan Ales | Saison d’AlinaOctober 9, 2014 | Laura Graham
You know that guy from college that was, like, a champion beer drinker? You know, the guy who, no matter how you trained, prepared, or strategized, could single-handedly win Beer Olympics on his own – who you watched in awe as he made his way through a case of Natty completely unfazed? Well, for me, this guy is my friend Andy Hille. And from the moment I met him, I knew he had to be destined for beer greatness.
Stillwater Artisanal Ales |Existent AleMarch 31, 2014 | Bob McGurgan
Let me tell you about an unusual beer that I love, Stillwater Artisanal Ale’s Existent Ale.
The bottle describes Existent Ale as an American Farmhouse. However, the “American Farmhouse” moniker wholly belies the character in the bottle. In general, this situation isn’t rare in such an oversized category of ale. But in particular, this brew is an easy-drinking porter/saison mash-up that has no idea what it wants.
Prairie Artisan Ales- Eliza5bethFebruary 27, 2014 | Andy Hagemann 1
This was my first foray into the world of beers from Prairie Artisan Ales out of Krebs, Oklahoma, and I have heard nothing but excellent opinions of their creations. So when I was able to snag a bottle of their Eliza5beth Farmhouse Ale when I was back in Colorado, I was both excited and curious. It’s not that I am new to farmhouse ales by any stretch of the imagination; I have just found it extremely hard to find their beers. My only regret was that I didn’t buy more…
Crux Fermentation Project- Impasse SaisonJanuary 23, 2014 | Andy Hagemann
Crux Fermentation Project in Bend, OR claims that for this beer they were “at an impasse”—use standard fermentation techniques to have a more controlled beer and greater yield, or use the traditional Belgian style of open fermentation to produce a more unique flavor profile. In an ode to the ages-old Belgian saison style, they threw caution to the wind and went with the latter. And as the consumer, we should be glad they did!
Jester King – Das WunderkindNovember 22, 2013 | Philip Joyce
Jester King – Das Wunderkind Sour Saison
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Saint Somewhere/Prairie Artisan Ales – Plus Tot L’etat Farmhouse AleJuly 3, 2013 | Cory Pelc 2
Saint Somewhere/Prairie Artisan Ales – Plus Tot L’etat Farmhouse Ale
A farmhouse style ale that is brewed with persimmon and elderflowers.
This Saison pours a hazy … Read More
Boulevard Brewing Co – Tank 7 Farmhouse AleMay 1, 2013 | Philip Joyce
Boulevard Brewing Company – Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale