Archive for September, 2009
From beernews.org: (Boston, MA) – No timing details yet but Boston Beer Company is poised to step up its game again with a new collection of beers geared toward the savvy beer drinker. The largest independent U.S. brewery released the Imperial Series in 22 oz. bombers beginning last February. Now, the brewery will release three [...]
It was too good. I had to. Good thing I didn’t have a beer in my hand, or I’d be really mad. Make your own at http://kanyelicio.us/. Ha.
Ladies and Gentlemen – I am pleased to share with you Boulevard’s new Tank 7 Ale. Look to your right. Just look at it. THAT is a beautiful beer. What you’re seeing is a beautiful example of a classic saison-based Belgian farmhouse ale. Boulevard has taken their Saison from their Smokestack series and dry-hopped it [...]
Oh man, do we have some awesome events coming up on our calendar… Next Friday, I will be attending a Boulevard Brewmaster’s luncheon (http://bit.ly/1bxPCm) with food from Kansas City’s Bluestem Bistro (http://bit.ly/2G1j9e). Will be absolutely awesome, I think. On SATURDAY, I’m jumping in a vehicle and heading to DENVER for the fabled Great American Beer [...]
Boulevard Pilsner Originally uploaded by jamesonhuckaba Boulevard has a new kid on the block. Okay, well, kind of new. They released a Pilsner-style lager just in time for the summer heat to hit – which, admittedly, in Kansas, it never really did. But I digress. This is the second lager Boulevard has done, with the [...]
Delirium Nocturnum Originally uploaded by jamesonhuckaba Just finished an assignment for school, and realized I hadn’t had a Delirium Nocturnum for quite some time, so I decided to give it a shot. This is the second-most widely available beer from Brouwerij Huyghe in Belgium, cousin of their popular Delirium Tremens. 60 second review – GO! [...]
Comments don’t seem to be working at the moment – rest assured that we are on it. —- UPDATED Got it fixed. Something was messing with my permalinks – comments should now be working as normal.
Boulevard Brewing Company’s Unfiltered Wheat. The most ubiquitous local microbrew in Kansas City. You’ve definitely seen it if you’re in the surrounding 17 states. If you haven’t, you soon will. The popularity of the hefeweizen-style beers in the past few years has absolutely exploded due to mass-marketed examples such as Blue Moon, New Belgium’s Sunshine [...]