Posts Tagged ‘Tomme Arthur’

The Super List: October 2010

Before officially ringing in the new year, I am looking back at 2010 to reminisce about all the delicious beers I came across. (I am also playing catch-up on last year's New Year's resolution. Still counts, right?) This Super List post has the beers that tickled my fancy in October, consisting of some timely fresh-hopped beers, […]

Lost Abbey Burning Witch Beer Label Riles Wiccans

Just in time for Halloween, a commotion has been brewing over the past week about Lost Abbey Witch's Wit, a beer with a label that has an image of a woman being burned at the stake. The Wiccan community, led by popular astrologer and healer Vicki Noble, has lashed out against the California brewery that makes the […]

Rare Beer Alert: Lost Abbey at Connecticut Avenue Wine & Spirits

We gave you a heads up the last time cult-inspiring California beers were spotted in D.C. Well, a few rare bottles have made it into the District again. Connecticut Avenue Wine & Spirits beverage consultant Al K. Lo has managed to get his hands on some Lost Abbey. Lost Abbey is a Belgian abbey-style brewing project […]

Your Last Beer on Earth: What Do the Pros Say?

As a follow up to our very own Beerspotter's conversation about top five desert island beers, we offer this account of what some craft-beer stars consider to be the finest beers on the planet. During this year's Lupulin Reunulin at RFD, a glorious night of drinking and mayhem where a handful of the most innovative […]

Acid Trip: Savoring Sour Beer From the Golden State

Some call sour beer "an acquired taste." But why should it be hard to acquire? The average American eats more than eight pounds of pickles a year, and in my summer-camp days I've seen kids with Fun Dip addictions clamor for salt and vinegar potato chips. And yet sour beer is considered extreme, or as […]

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