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Low Key Beer Tasting event – How To

Low Key Beer Tasting event – How To

Last weekend after running a 5k, a group of running beer drinkers (or is it beer drinking runners?) and I got together to help make more room in my beer fridge. I wanted to use this as an opportunity to introduce different breweries and styles that I have experienceded in my extensive drinking research. We didn’t take notes but did share our thoughts. Beers (in order of appearance): Sixpoint Resin Sierra Nevada Pale Ale Sierra Nevada Hoptimum 2012 Tröegs Scratch … Read entire article »

Filed under: Cigar City Brewing Co., Cisco Brewers, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., Sixpoint Brewery, Tastings, Tröegs Brewing Co.

Beer and Running

Beer and Running

Beer and running are two of my favorite things. Did I start running because I drink beer? Beer isn’t necessarily the evil that it’s portrayed as. Beer, like red wine, does provide some health benefits. The malt and hops used to make dark beers contain flavonoids, the same heart-healthy compounds in vegetables and wine that counter cell damage, thus reducing your risk of heart disease and cancer. Beer also contains B vitamins and chromium, which aid in … Read entire article »

Filed under: Beer Facts, Flying Fish Brewing Co., Russian River Brewing Co., Sixpoint Brewery

Sixpoint Brewery’s Resin

Sixpoint Brewery’s Resin

I was first exposed to Sixpoint Brewing last summer at a music festival; they had their Bengali Tiger and Sweet Action on Tap. The Bengali Tiger is a fabulous IPA, and Sweet Action is a a beer that defies categorization– as part cream ale, part pale and and part wheat beer, it was wonderfully refreshing in the summer heat. Since then, I haven’t been able to have any Sixpoint because they didn’t distribute to State College. Oh, … Read entire article »

Filed under: Imperial IPA, Sixpoint Brewery