Death Roll by Red Cypress Brewery

I’m going to be writing about several local beers from breweries I haven’t experienced. This is the 2nd in that series of what I like to call “Shelfies.” All of these beers can be found locally on the shelves of liquor stores like ABC Fine Wine & Spirits or Total Wine & More. Recently, I […]

Hyper Dog by Pipeworks Brewing

Craft beer is huge in the greater Chicago, IL area. Ok, huge may be an understatement. There are so many craft breweries in the windy city that brewers really have to do something special to stand out. Pipeworks Brewing is one such beer maker. Their beers are often highly sought after, not only in Chicago, […]

Cat Spit Stout by 2nd Shift Brewing

I absolutely love learning about the history of craft brewers. Some of the stories are so inspiring I almost feel compelled to go out and get a home brew kit and start creating my own…almost. If it wasn’t for the fact that I suck at the brewing process and enjoy drinking beer way more than […]

Milk Stout by Civil Life Brewing

Civil Life Brewing is a cool little pub in the south city of St. Louis, MO. They can only accommodate a small number of patrons on the inside but do have a fairly decent-sized outside area for the warmer months. Inside, it’s like an English-style pub, from the old-style wood of the bar to the […]

Milk Stout by Left Hand Brewing

On the same Indiana guitar expo trip as mentioned in my Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro review, I also picked up the non-nitro version of Left Hand’s Milk Stout. While this version is good, and a perennial beer in Left Hand’s stable, to me, it’s just not as good as the nitro version. I love […]

Milk Stout Nitro by Left Hand Brewing

I picked up this bottle on a recent trip to Indiana for a guitar expo. I’ve always enjoyed and been fascinated by the mouthfeel that beers like Guinness are able to achieve. Left Hand Brewing encourages hard pours for this one to activate the nitro element. While I’ve recently discovered Nitro cold brew coffee, this […]