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While we mainly focus on beercasting (podcasting) with interviews and reviews of craft beer, we write interesting articles and reviews as well.. Plus, we will throw in a video every now and then just to keep things interesting...much like craft breweries!
In our podcasts, er, brewcasts, we mainly review different beers and offer our take on them. Sometimes we love them, sometimes we don't, but we don't pull any punches. You may or may not agree, so we encourage you to try for yourself. Check out our podcast shows here.
Our articles include writings on events we've attended, beers we've tried, cooking with beer, interviews, videos, and more. Check those out here.
Here you can peruse though and see some of the beers we've tried. We include a quick-reference to the ABV, IBUs, links to the brewery and more!
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Most Recent Posts
Here are the most recent posts we've uploaded. Enjoy!
If you like a Kolsch, and you like dark beer, you might want to give Santo a try. This is a very unique and custom beer that was developed after label artist Carlos Hernandez, who is known for his Day of the Dead Rock Star series of paintings and prints, created it. After several recipes and attemp
Sierra Nevada is one of our favorite brewers, but don't let that suade you into thinking we go easy on our reviews of their brews. We are equal opportunity beer guys, and everyone gets the same chitter chatter. Otra Vez is SN's attempt at a light warm-weather drink, made with cactus juice and grapef
Fine atmosphere, fine food, and fine beer make for a fine day. Beer Guy, Greg Johnson and his significant other, Carol, were at the WoodGrain Brewery in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, enjoying the day. They decided it might be fun to do a podcast, so here it is! While they enjoy some food, they also enj
Louisiana is known for a lot of things, not the least of which is Abita Brewing Company. They produce some great brews with a unique twist. One of them might be Turbodog, which is a dark brown ale (not to be confused with a "nut" brown ale). Similar in style, but different in flavor. So how do the B
All the way from the East Coast comes these two beers from the Brooklyn Brewery. Brooklyn Defender is a West Coast Red IPA that was first brewed for the New York Comic Con, and the East Coast IPA is a more mellow version on a, well, East Coast IPA. You can find out more about the brewery here, but w
From Fish Brewing Company comes this unique organic pale ale. Wild Salmon Pale Ale might not be brewed with real fish, and it might not be inspired by fish tales, but it is brewed with organic malts and Yakima hops. The Beer Guys conjure up some fish tales of their own reviewing this beer. Enjoy thi