Hey! Who’s in charge here? I leave for a couple of weeks and no new content goes up? Head’s will roll! who did I leave in charge here? Hello? I’m the only one here aren’t I? …… sigh ……. I’ll go get an axe.
In the meantime I did bring a video for you. A strange thing happened when I went to the bar the other day, all of the sudden it was full of snuggies. I don’t know how it happened. I turned and looked away for a second and it was all over the place, it even seemed to spill on me, weird.
This week we are taking another quick break, but we will be back soon with lots of new beers for you to try. Perhaps we will even try something special in the meantime. Perhaps a live show. maybe Sunday. Just maybe.
Hey there, this past weekend I was pleasantly surpirsed to see that as part of the joining of Northwest and Delta, they have replaced the Firebrick on thier flights with Leinenkugel’s Sunset Wheat, so here is a cryptic review from Mr. Thisweekinbeer Goes to Washington.
For those of you who were wondering about the winners of the Great American Beer Festival, we have a link to the winners list here (pdf). Looks like I have alot of good looking beers to track down now (if anyone wants to send me a couple bottles of Dude Where’s my Vespa?, I won’t stop you). Congrats to a couple of Michigan breweries that won awards,
Arcadia for their gold medal in the Wood- and Barrel-Aged Strong Beer Category with Cereal Killer Barleywine,
Short’s for their Silver in the Experimental Beer category with Bloody Beer,
Big Rock Chop House for their silver in the Belgian-Style Lambic or Sour Ale category with Red Rock
Redwood Brewing for thier silver in the Sweet Stout category with their Cream Stout
Bells for thier bronze in the Bohemian Style Pilsener category with Bells Lager Beer,
Jolly Pumpkin for their bronze in the Session Beer category with Bam Biere.
Bastone for thier bronze in the French- and Belgian Style Saison category with Saison Du Bastone
and Kuhnhenn Brewing Company for thier bronze in the Old Ale or Strong Ale category with 4th Dementia Old Ale
Great American Beer Festival
Hey everybody! I’ve got another Cryptic Review for you here, another video from our Chicago trip. also another Spanish beer, this time I’ve got Estrella Galicia for you.
Also, don’t forget, we still have our Tailgate Like a Boss Shirts on sale, at our specialty store
Welcome everybody, I have a new cryptic review for you. We’re trying out another new camera this time. We’ve been looking to upgrade for a while now, but the last ones we looked at kind of sucked (which is why you haven’t seen our fantastic interview with Capitol Brewing Company yet. Bet here is another try, this time a cryptic review of Avery Brewing Company’s Old Jubilation. enjoy.
Hey everybody, how was your vacation? What? You didn’t just take a vacation? Oh, that was me? You know, you are right. I remember now, in fact, I have proof of my recent travels. I found video evidence that I was in Chicago in the not too distant past. Although there are no real landmarks to prove it, just trust that this cryptic review is from the windy city.
And on an unrelated note, Tailgating season has started! Be sure to get your official Thisweekinbeer Tailgate shirt at our special items store. This is different than our Cafe Press Store, and will contain a rotating selection of special items.
The shirt is alot funnier if you’ve seen this video after the break (NSFW Language, put your headphones on)
This Week in Beer is going to be on vacation this week. We are going to spend it drinking lots of great beers, so that when we come back we will have alot of fantastic new things to tell you about. Till then, stay safe.
Another review from my recent canoe trip, this time Boddington’s Pub Ale. I have seen this stuff in the store all the time, but never bought any. I figured this was a good a time as any.
Last weekend i went canoeing with some friends and decided to try a few new beers, one of the first I tried was the cleverly named cynicale, from Surly Brewing Company.