It’s pretty interesting to step back and think about the origins of the IPA. In the last decade or so the American IPA has really become the forerunner in the IPA category of beers here in the States. Burton Bridge’s Empire IPA was probably the first true commercial English IPA that I have tried, which is . . . → Read More: Burton Bridges – Empire IPA Review
This year I finally picked up the much talked about Nugget Nectar from Troegs Brewing Company (Harrisburg, PA) for myself to try. In years past I bought this beer for my hop loving friends but never actually tried it myself. As I continue to broaden my beer horizons, I find myself liking more and more beer . . . → Read More: Troeg’s Nugget Nectar Review
In the second part of the Pittsburgh beer tasting, Noah and I review RiverTowne Babbling Blonde and Fat Head’s Head Hunter IPA.
RiverTowne Babbling Blonde is a very approachable beer. It pours a clear golden yellow color and is very drinkable, a solid sessionable “lawn mower” beer. Checked out the BJCP style guidelines and they indicate . . . → Read More: Pittsburgh Beer Review – Episode 2
Rogue’s Yellow Snow IPA was originally released for the 2000 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City as a tribute to winter sports everywhere. It’s a seasonal release available beginning November 1st in select states where mountains and snow can be found.
The beer pours hazy golden yellow/orange in color with a thin white head. There is a . . . → Read More: Rogue Yellow Snow IPA Review