Exhibit A Educator

I’ve been reading a bit about different lager styles recently, I am a huge fan of dark lagers and wanted a better understanding of some of the different substyles, since the terminology can be a little confusing. Most German lager styles have origins in specific regions of the country. For example, the “bock” lager styles […]

Tilted Barn Tupelo

Rhode Island might be the smallest state in the union, but they have a vibrant and innovative craft beer scene. Established favorites like Proclamation, Foolproof and Grey Sail plus up and coming establishments like Long Live, Revival and Smug have put Rhode Island on the national radar. One brewery that has generated lots of hype […]

Amory’s Tomb/Lost Shoe/Time and Materials The Advancement of Interests

I love Belgian beer all year round, but I have a special affinity for these styles in the springtime. There is something about the expressive Belgian style yeast strains that works incredibly well with the warming weather and blooming plants. While saisons are my favorite spring style I also love bigger Belgian styles, especially tripels […]

Black Hog Irish Cream

Yesterday I was thinking about the drinks that often get associated with St Patrick’s day celebrations, at least in the US. Guinness and Irish whiskey are easy choices, they are foundational Irish drinks that have become year-round mainstays in American drink culture. “Green beer”, usually adjunct lagers mixed with green food coloring, are a fully […]