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Victory Red Thunder: A Release to be Enjoyed

Victory Red Thunder: A Release to be Enjoyed

Editor’s Note: This is another of what we hope are many contributions from our readers. These guest posts come from our friends, followers, and fellow beer geeks who have something they want to share. If you’ve attended a great event, tasted a rare beer, want to give your favorite brewery some love, or share anything else beer related feel free to send us an email at thebeercircle@gmail.com and let us know! I have never been all that into Porters, … Read entire article »

Filed under: Baltic Porter, Beer, Beer Release, Breweries, Victory Brewing Co.

Left Hand Brewing Fade to Black Volume 2 – Smoked Baltic Porter

Left Hand Brewing Fade to Black Volume 2 – Smoked Baltic Porter

Left Hand Brewing Company’s Fade to Black series is a beer line embracing the joys of dark beer. Currently on its third iteration, the beers release so far have been a foreign stout, a smoked porter, and a pepper porter. Unfortunately, I missed the release of the foreign stout volume, but was able to grab this on a trip to a great beer store in Ohio! Left Hand Brewing Fade to Black Volume 2 – Smoked … Read entire article »

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Better From The Barrel: Flying Dog Gonzo Imperial Porter

Better From The Barrel: Flying Dog Gonzo Imperial Porter

Update: This post is being retroactively fitted to run in our column “Better From The Barrel?” The story of how Flying Dog got its start is as strange as the labels that grace their bottles. In 1983, a series of events in the Himalayas involving under prepared hikers, an unfaithful Sherpa, a scared-shitless donkey, and quickly consumed contraband led to the creation of the Flying Dog philosophy. That’s right, philosophy. It wasn’t until 1990 that beer came into … Read entire article »

Filed under: Baltic Porter, Beer, Better From The Barrel?, Flying Dog Brewery, Porter, Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey