Central Ohio Beer Roundup 2/26/15

Lately the steady stream of news and events that I've come to expect from Central Ohio breweries has swelled to a torrent.  It seems like every time I check social media I come across a new piece of significant news about a local brewery.  So while I normally I leave coverage of the goings on in Ohio... Continue Reading →

Imperial Stout Blind Taste Test

It’s time for another Pat’s Pints blind taste test, and what better style for surviving the cold days of winter than an Imperial Stout.  This style originated in 18th century England and was given the moniker Russian Imperial Stout because it was brewed with an unusually high amount of malts, alcohol, and hops to weather... Continue Reading →

Beer Review – Firecat by Seventh Son

Of the Central Ohio breweries that distribute in big bottle format (22-25 oz) those from Seventh Son are generally the most expensive, retailing at $10.99 for a 750 mL bottle. Yet they disappear so fast that if you don't pay attention you it's not hard to miss the release altogether, a powerful testament to the quality... Continue Reading →

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