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Epic Beer Mail From Belgium! | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

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Allagash James Bean (Best of 2016) | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

James Bean is our bourbon barrel aged Tripel (Curieux), with cold pressed coffee added. We use coffee from www.mattscoffee.com right here in Maine. Released January 2013. Read More »

Green Flash Le Freak (2015) | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

Le Freak is a modern ale created by converging two beer styles, Belgian Trippel and American Imperial IPA. The use of two yeast strains further marries the styles and American hops give the beer its modern flare. Read More »

Stone Encore Series 08.08.08 Vertical Epic Ale | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

The Stone 08.08.08 Vertical Epic Ale is a Strong Golden Belgian style ale highly hopped with American hops (Ahtanum, Amarillo and Simcoe). The beer pours pale golden with a thick and creamy white head of foam. The aroma is full of depth: nuances of pepper, clove, and banana from the Belgian yeast strain, and the resiny citrus notes from the American hops blend together nicely to provide a complex aromatic character. The taste is spicy, hoppy and fruity, with a very dry and a pleasant bitter end. The bitterness lingers nicely, and provides a refreshing finish that leads you to want to drink more and more of this beer! Read More »

Victory Sour Monkey | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

This electrifying transformation of our famed Golden Monkey may just blow your mind. Tastefully twisted to offer nuances of sweet fruit, and a sharp tang of tartness, this exhilarating combinations of flavors makes this brew a monkey all it’s own. C’mon respect the monkey and Taste Victory! Read More »

Stone / Ecliptic / Wicked Weed Points Unknown IPA | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

A double IPA blended with a barrel-aged Belgian-style Tripel Read More »

Goose Island The Ogden | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

This limited release Belgian style Tripel is dry hopped to balance spicy, tropical American hop flavors with a unique Belgian yeast, giving it a bold more complex palate. Read More »

Tröegs LaGrave Triple Golden Ale | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

LaGrave, the first of our corked and caged bottle releases, is inspired by nature’s untamed beauty. Bottle conditioned and highly carbonated, this Triple Golden Ale is steeped in the tradition of strong ales originally brewed in Belgium. The unique Belgian yeast, which is fermented at a slightly higher temperature than normal, forms the bedrock of LaGrave’s complex flavors. Strong and alluring at 8% ABV, LaGrave boasts a sweet, fruity flavor with a well-rounded mouthfeel and semi-dry, lingering bitter finish. LaGrave will be available in 4-packs of 375mL bottles in our General Store as well as select retailers throughout Pennsylvania only. Tentative release date is mid-October. With the arrival of our new cork and cage filler and the constant growth of our barrel-aging program, LaGrave will serve as the base beer for a variety of future Splinter Series releases. “LaGrave is a seed that will ... Read More »

Beer Geek Nation presents San Diego Beer Vlog: Chimay Red, White, and Blue Video Beer Reviews

I recently went through the three regularly available Chimay beers that I bought in 2010. See how the beers taste with 3 years of age on them. Chimay Rouge (Red) / Première, 7% ABV Chimay Tripel / Blanche (White) / Cinq Cents, 8% ABV Chimay Bleue (Blue) / Grande Réserve, 9% ABV Read More »

Stone 11.11.11 Vertical Epic Ale (Red Wine Barrel) | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

Our Stone 11.11.11 Vertical Epic Ale proved to be an eccentric diversion from our previous lineup of innovative Belgian-inspired brews. And considering we’re Stone, that’s really saying something. This unprecedented beer was brewed with cinnamon sticks and Anaheim green chilies, giving it an amazing flavor profile unlike anything that came before it. It certainly didn’t need any enhancement, but we just don’t know when to leave well enough alone (and we’ve demonstrated before that you can, indeed, improve upon perfection). So we decided to tinker with it a bit and laid a small portion to rest in wine barrels. Not wanting to limit our experiment to only red or white wine barrels, we choose both. Treat yourself to a bottle of each and compare. All in the name of science, of course. beer geek nation craft beer reviews Read More »