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In our podcasts, er, BrewCasts, we review different beers and give you our flavor experience on them. Sometimes we love them, sometimes we don't, but we don't push the tap handle until we are done filling your glass. You may or may not agree, so we encourage you to try for yourself. Here are the most recent posts we've uploaded. Enjoy!
We review a coffee stout from Roundhouse Brewing, out of Brainerd, Minnesota. This beer uses coffee beans that are roasted just down the road from them. The relatively average ABV of 6.5%, which is light for a stout of this nature, is quite welcome. Watch or listen and find out what the Beer Guys have to say about this dark brew.
With a low ABV and relatively low IBU, this Mexican style lager is anything but ordinary. What do the ordinary Beer Guys think of it? You'll have to watch this episode as they check out Oskar Blues Brewing's Beerito.
In this episode, the Beer Guys take on three brews from O'Fallon Brewing; 5Day IPA, Tea It Up, and Wheach. Nothing matches so this isn't a "best-of" review, rather this is a general review of all three. Each Beer Guy chooses their favorite. Which one wins? You'll have to watch or listen to this BeerGuysTV BrewCast to find out!
The Beer Guys go bazaar for a brew by Sixpoint Brewing. It’s their 5Beans Bazaar Porter. This brew is a Turkish Coffee inspired brew with notes of chocolate and cardamom. Also this episode reviews a book called “Wilt, Ike, and Me”, about Wilt Chamberlain and his career. It’s available on amazon through this link: https://amzn.to/2Q2P1rz Enjoy this BeerGuysTV BrewCast!
The Beer Guys check out a beer from a microbrewery in Hayward, Wisconsin. Charlie's Rye IPA, a seasonal IPA from Angry Minnow. There isn't a lot of information on this beer on the Angry Minnow website, but that doesn't deter us from giving it a go. With a relatively low ABV (around 4.8%) this beer is more of a sessionable brew. Listen or watch this BrewCast episonde about Charlie's Rye...
On September 16th, the Beer Guys (and Gals) were invited to Hayes Public House in Buffalo, Minnesota to help celebrate their fifth year anniversary. Pugs, who has a business background, decided he wanted to work for himself and saw an opening for a brewery in the central Minnesota town. They had a plethora of events and single batch specialty beers on hand. The town came to celebrate and so did...