Good beer, which shows the notes one would expect: clove, banana, and a little citrus. (Rating: Good) Read more about this Maryland beer at https://jailbreakbrewing.com/jbb_beer/feed-the-monkey/
Whoa, what a big, delicious stout! This chocolate-y and mildly toasty brew weighs in at 9% ABV. Pour it and let it warm to 45 degrees or more to enjoy the wonderfully round, full taste. (Rating: Excellent) Read more at https://www.greatlakesbrewing.com/blackout-stout
So much good beer is being made in Ohio. And here is another. This holiday brew is 8.3% ABV and shows notes of nutmeg, honey, a teeny bit of ginger and malt. Tasty. (Very good)
Ooof, this small batch whiskey tastes like fire and barrel. Best to ask for rocks if someone offers it to you. This young distillery needs more time to perfect its craft. (Not good.) Read more about this spirit at https://www.leopoldbros.com/whiskey
I saw this in a bargain bin at Ace Beverage in Washington, DC. Tall-boys with a cause—terrific! Except that it isn’t. This stuff is contract brewed by Pabst, and it is rough. It is bitter in that Oiels or Red,
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