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Samuel Adams Double Pilsner (8.6% ABV) | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

Our audacious single hop brew uses an abundance of Hallertau Mittelfrueh Noble nops, showcasing their spicy and citrus aroma and character. This prized hop is one of the original varieties from the Bavarian growing region, revered for its unique taste and aromatic profile. Read More »

Cellarmaker Dank Williams (Best West Coast Double IPA?) | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

Double IPA w/many hops (the Dank puns will never end)… Read More »

Founders KBS (2016 vintage) | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

A bit of backwoods pleasure without the banjo. This strong stout is brewed with a hint of coffee and vanilla then aged in oak bourbon barrels. Our process ensures that strong bourbon undertones come through in the finish in every batch we brew. We recommend decanting at room temperature and best enjoyed in a brandy snifter. Read More »

Spencer Trappist Imperial Stout | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

A massive, roasted, malt-forward American Trappist take on the Anglo-Russo Imperial Stout tradition. Luxuriantly frothy foam, waves of coffee, chocolate, and caramel sensations, a generous blend of dark fruit flavors. Intense and robust. St. Joseph’s Abbey in Spencer, Massachusetts is home to a community of Trappist monks and the first American Trappist brewery. Following the Benedictine tradition of ora et labora (prayer and work), the monks pursue a simple life of contemplative prayer, manual labor and hospitality. The brewery helps support the monks and their charitable outreach. Read More »

Stone Imperial Russian Stout 2016 | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

“There’s no question that Stone Imperial Stout is revered among enthusiasts,” states Stone CEO Greg Koch. “I know, because I’m one of ’em and I can hardly wait for it to come out each year!” Some may think that a late Spring release for a special brew of this sort is an odd time for it to come out onto the market. Koch justifies this with the rationalization “What better than a warm time of year to come out with a brew that tastes great as it warms up!” That’s because “ice cold” is certainly not the appropriate way to serve the beer. Nearly without exception, the darker, richer and more alcoholic a brew is, the warmer the serving temperature should be. The Stone Imperial Stout label describes the brew as being “intensely aromatic (notes of anise, black currants, coffee, roastiness and alcohol) and ... Read More »

Lagunitas Waldo’s Special Ale | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

In 1971, the Waldos met one afternoon at 4:20 in the front courtyard of their school near the statue of Louis Pasteur. They set out in a ’66 Impala armed with a “treasure map” on a journey to find a secret garden near Point Reyes. They met there at the same time every day and continued their quest. They never found the secret garden….But they keep lookin’. The dankest and hoppiest beer ever brewed at Lagunitas was made with help of the Waldos for all treasure hunters. Read More »