Baere Brewing has become once of my new fav’s in the Denver (Baker neighborhood) area. That’s a lot to say, considering there’s over 20 breweries within a 5 mile radius (perhaps even more!). Though, I’m not a huge fan of the location, it’s in a strip-mall-type of area, with a small amount of parking. I […]
FERMÆNTRA – oh yeah try saying or spelling that five times fast! Typically, I do not post about a brewery that is 6 months or less new – I feel it takes a few months for a new brewery to get on their feet, get a feel for their brewing system, their vibe etc. to […]
Ninsaki Brewing’s Total Domination IPA! Do you feel the domination!? Ok – well hopefully not, but this IPA is a great, drinkable Pacific Northwest IPA. Give it a try!
As I made my was from physical-home (Colorado) to my heart-home (Arizona), we stopped half way through for the night in Santa Fe, and of course, had to take a pit-stop at Santa Fe Brewing. Santa Fe is some of my favorite brewery branding – the New Mexican flag. It’ translates so beautifully and makes me […]
A delightfully hoppy bloooood red IPA….muhahaha. Bring out the fangs for this 2014 limited “Vault” series Count Hopula from SanTan Brewing 2014 is a bigger, bolder IPA brewed with Simcoe hops and huge amounts of caramel malt and roasted malts that give Count Hopula it’s blood red color. 9.1% ABV and 99 IBUS. www.santanbrewing.com
I spent Labor Day weekend in San Francisco and of course had to try a brewery or two. Tripple Voodoo is a hop heads dream. Well, at least I had every hoppy bear on the menu. The atmosphere was great, awesome brewer chatting me about beer. Seems like a locals place, which is my kinda […]
IPA. IPA. IPA. I love IPA’s! And, I love IPA’s with a little twist – or should I say – with a tropical twist (I’ve been a bit chilly this winter!). R&R Coconut IPA is a collaboration brew including homebrewers Robert Masterson and Ryan Reschan, Paul Sangster and Guy Shobe of Rip Current Brewing, and Mitch Steele of Stone […]
The Newton Motion Stability Performance Trainer is a a structured lightweight shoe. The Motion is a great everyday shoe for runners looking to some tempo, speed training or shorter distances. Newton has also included a medial posting to offset pronation. At first I didn’t enjoy this, however, as an over-pronator with fallen arches, I can […]