Transplants Brewing has released an imperial version of their chocolate hazelnut brown ale, called the “Double Filbert.” This double brown ale recollects the delicious, rich taste of the Filbert, enhancing its essence yet with a 10% ABV.
The Filbert is one of Transplants’ fan favorites, the mixture of the nutty and sweet chocolaty flavor makes it their signature brown ale.
Dudes’ Blood Orange Amber Ale is one special fruit style beer, featuring taste buds of a cream and brown ale, presenting a version of a ‘Creamsicle’.
The Blood Orange has the body, color of a brown ale with hints of cocoa, but followed with vanilla, hence the identity of the cream ale. Dudes’ interesting mix of citrus and chocolate, certainly make this a unique amber.
Hey dudes stop by really quick and check out the Chocolate Milk Stout! The Dudes-Quick: Chocolate Milk Stout is a nice, sweet milk stout that is pretty much reminiscent of a Nesquik Milkshake.
Dudes Brewing just recently added this delicious, creamy milk stout to their wonderful tap selection – which features over 24 beers on tap! The Chocolate Milk Stout adds to their variety of dark brew, ranging all the way from sweet and chocolaty, to bitter and ‘espresso-like’.
Modern Times continues to keep up with their fascinating reputation for enhancing quality espresso flavor with beer, branding themselves as one of the only breweries in the world to brew with barrel-aged coffee beans.
I had always appreciated the way Modern Times took with their coffee and beer – quality and originality. It’s special to have an establishment that keeps its signature taste, being one of the only breweries in general to roast their own coffee.
A couple weeks ago, I came across the tastiest blonde ale at the nearby liquor store, which turned out to be a gold mine of craft beer. The Belching Beaver’s PB&J Blonde is one of the most fascinating light beers I have tried to this day.
This sweet, smooth, and nutty blonde is certainly one of a kind. This unique, grape-jelly taste is reminiscent of the brewery’s famous Peanut Butter Milk Stout.
El Segundo Brewing’s ridiculously smooth “Hammerland DIPA”, hits you with flavor right away: bright, clean, crisp followed with a blueberry finish, exactly what you would imagine out of the Mosaic, Simcoe hops.
The eloquent, colorful “Delirium Tremens” bottle, has been making eye contact with me year after year passing by the craft beer aisle at the local supermarket, making me wonder if the price was worth more than just the presentation – finally one day, I just said f*@k it.
After the first sip, I am immediately surprised with the thick “hef” taste, and wheat body. I am very disappointed.
There I was, completely in awe after experiencing the mind blowing mouthful, that is the Nitro Merlin Milk Stout, the tastiest beer I’ve had to this day.
I’ve always known Firestone Brewing Co. to be solid, and to have a respectable reputation, but this beer is just ridiculous. This milk stout blows away any kind of sweet stout, brown ale ever consumed.