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Beer Geek Nation Episode 19: Port Brewing Hop 15 Beer Review

Welcome to San Diego- Home to Hop Heads on every corner and THE best place in the world to live if you enjoy Humulus Lupulus and the smell of a well hopped beer. This is Southern California, it’s the place where Blind Pig started the Imperial IPA revolution and San Diego Brewers have continued to be at the forefront of its evolution. Today, fans of Double IPA come from every corner of the globe in search of many of the world’s best and most incredibly well hopped beers. It’s no secret that you can find many of them at Port Brewing as well. Like you, we love these beers and mostly we enjoy the happiness they bring us. First brewed in 2002 to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of the Pizza Port in Solana Beach, Hop 15 was imagined and designed by Tomme Arthur and ... Read More »

Beer Geek Nation Episode 18: Troegs Flying Mouflan Ale Beer Review

Dubbed the Flying Mouflan (for reasons that become clearer toward the bottom of the glass) this strong alluring ale is two beers in one. Cracking open a fresh bottle unleashes hops and heat with more than 100 IBUs emanating from three hop varieties and sweet burn of 9.3% ABV. Cellaring the Flying Mouflan in a cool dark place at 50 degrees for a minimum of four months will mellow out the hops and wash away the heat. If you can resist temptation you will be rewarded with two memorable beers in a single bottle. Read More »

Beer Geek Nation Episode 17: Three Floyds Gumballhead beer review

Three Floyds official summer beer highly dry hopped Amercian wheat beer Read More »

Beer Geek Nation Episode 16: Bells Oberon Ale Beer Review

An American wheat ale brewed with Saaz hops. Spicy and fruity, Oberon is the color and scent of a sunny afternoon. Read More »

Beer Geek Nation Episode 15: Smuttynose Brewing Big A IPA Beer Review

Imperial (double) IPA, a style recently developed by American craft brewers, is the IPA analog to imperial stout. In other words, take every characteristic you’d normally associate with an India Pale Ale – primarily hops and (terms deleted*) – punch it up a few notches, and you’ve got an imperial IPA. Ranging from golden to amber in color, these beers have complex flavor and aromatic qualities derived from their fruity esters, (terms deleted*) and medium to high malt content. * Since Uncle Sam won’t allow us to describe the term Imperial IPA accurately, here’s a link to theBrewers Association Style Guidelines. Our Big A IPA has earned its share of praise over the last few years. In 2004 the New York Times named it its top IPA , and in 2007 Mens Journal Magazine included it on its list of 25 best beers in ... Read More »

Beer Geek Nation Episode 14: Bell’s Batch 9000 Beer Review

Every couple years or so, Bell’s comes out with a commemorative beer to mark another 1,000 batches under their belt. Similar to Batch 7000 that was released back in 2005, which I’ve heard from various folks is drinking REALLY well at the moment, their recently released Batch 9000 is a massive imperial stout coming in at 12.5% ABV. Read More »