Beer Review – Gravity Wave by Land Grant

Regardless of what you call them—the descriptive but somewhat oxymoronic Black India Pale Ale or the more fanciful Cascadian Dark Ale—Black IPAs have emerged as a style to be reckoned with over the past several years.  When done right they capture the best elements of the IPA and Porter genres. Among Central Ohio breweries, Land... Continue Reading →

Beer Review – Cask Aged Noir by Rockmill

I think it’s a fair to say that many American craft brewers take considerable creative license with the traditional style guidelines.  Colin Vent at Seventh Son is not hesitant to use the creativity of his culinary training to dream up unique recipes.  Who else is adding heather flowers to a stout (Galloway Tale)?  Chris Davison... Continue Reading →

Beer Review – Thudstaff by Hoof Hearted

With the weather finally coming around this is my last post in the Sunday Stout Soliloquy series.  I was planning to review Goose Island's Bourbon County Brand Stout, going so far as drinking a bottle that I had stashed away and taking tasting notes. I can summarize my thoughts on BCBS by saying of all the barrel... Continue Reading →

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