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Is the German Beer Purity Law A Bad Thing?…Yes it is. | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

On todays episode of Beer Geek Nation I discuss why I think the Reinheitsgebot (Beer Purity Law) is choking the life out of craft beer in Germany. What do you think? Read More »

Alpine Beer Company Hop Boxed (worst of 2016?) | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

This West Coast style IPA is 7% and chocked full of Citra and Mosaic hops. Read More »

Stone Enjoy By 05.30.16 Tangerine IPA | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

After brewing this intense double IPA with more than 10 different hops and consistently delivering it faster than any bottled IPA on the planet, we decided to do something different with this Stone Enjoy By IPA—we took it to another level, again. Puréed tangerines were added to the batch to create a devastatingly fresh IPA with a tang of tangerine. The flavors yielded by this addition to the recipe meld beautifully with the bitterness of the hops. True to this series, Stone Enjoy By Tangerine IPA is brewed specifically NOT to last, and should be enjoyed within 37 days. Read More »

Shipyard Bourbon Barrel Aged Smashed Blueberry | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

2016 Bourbon Barrel Aged Smashed Blueberry by Shipyard Brewing is an 11.1% ABV Imperial Scotch/ Wee Heavy Porter blend brewed with Blueberries and aged in Bourbon Barrels. Read More »

Trillium Dialed In Double IPA (Best of 2016?) | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

Dialed In is a dank, juicy Double IPA intensively dry hopped with Nelson Sauvin and Galaxy. Pouring a vibrant, hazy gold; aromas of white wine, tropical fruit, and faint pine sap swirl around the nose. To enhance the distinct fruity, white grape flavors of the Nelson Sauvin hop, we integrated Sauvignon Blanc juice mid- fermentation. The addition of the potent Galaxy hop in the secondary dry hop charge provides enhanced notes of bright citrus, mango and over ripe pineapple. Soft and creamy with moderate bitterness; Medium-Light bodied with a crisp, dry finish. Read More »

Boulevard Imperial Stout X – Coconut | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

Using the base beer for Imperial Stout as a starting point, our brewers suspended just over 2 pounds per barrel of raw and toasted coconut flakes in porous bags in one of our stainless steel fermentation vessels. Finished, cooled beer was then transferred onto the flakes and allowed to rest for 48 hours to infuse the aroma and flavor of the coconut into the base beer. The resulting beer is a marriage of huge, round, chocolate and caramel notes from Imperial Stout, with smooth layers of sweet, toasted coconut notes. Read More »