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Firestone Walker Helldorado (2016) | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews


Blonde barley wine hopped with Eldorado hops and aged in bourbon barrels. Read More »

Clown Shoes The Barista | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews


A Clown Shoes legend, Brown Angel, put away her dancing shoes to focus on extracting espresso, brewing coffee and pouring latte art with Zen-like focus. The Barista Breakfast Brown is crafted with Maris Otter malt, flaked oatmeal, cold brewed espresso, milk sugars and the spirit of angel wings. Read More »

Rogue Promise Gone-Aw-Rye IPA | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

Rogue Gone Awe Rye IPA

TASTING NOTES: This red rye IPA has a subtle kick from the Rogue Farms rye up front, full malt body throughout, and plenty of hops in the finish. We all enjoyed it and know you will too. 11 INGREDIENTS: 2-Row, Munich, Rogue Farms Dream Rye, 40, C75 & C120 Malts; Rogue Farms Liberty Hops, Centennial & Simcoe Hops; Free Range Coastal Water & Pacman Yeast. RED RYE IPA BREWED WITH ROGUE FARMS DREAM RYE Read More »



Originally inspired by recipes of two Team Stone members, Stone 12th Anniversary Bitter Chocolate Oatmeal Stout became an instant classic. The onyx-hued beer also proved to be an ideal barrel-aging specimen, thanks to its rich, thick mouthfeel and chocolate-heavy flavors and aromatics. CELLAR NOTES An already magnificent beer’s mouthwatering recipe of unsweetened chocolate, flaked oats and dark-roasted malts is made even more deliciously complex care of oak barrels that previously nurtured bourbon. These amazing vessels impart oak and coconut-like flavors upfront while accentuating the silky smooth midpalate with oak vanillin notes. The finish is long and intense, with layers of chocolate and oak vanillin. You might be tempted to lick the glass for every last drop of this delectable adult confection. Read More »

Drakes Aroma Therapy Imperial IPA (10.2% ABV) | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews


Aroma Therapy is the double IPA partner of Aroma Coma and Prieta. The brew takes its cues from the Coma and Prieta recipes and goes bigger — more malt, hops from both New Zealand and America — and a topping of orange blossom honey, the aromatics from which subtly underpin the hops. Read More »

Is the West Coast IPA Dead? | Beer Geek Nation Editorial

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Is the west coast IPA dead? Has the New England style IPA taken the crown from the king? What do you guys think. Cheers! Read More »