Youngs Double Chocolate Stout

Youngs Double Chocolate Stout

A four pack of Youngs Double Chocolate Stout in the 16.9oz cans found it’s way to my home by mistake. I was at a beer and wine store looking at the dark imported beer when I grabbed a 4-pack of the Youngs Stout, thinking I was getting an unusual variety of Guinness. It is close, but not quite the same. This one is made in England. While the size of the can and familiar rattling See the Review

Old Chub Beer

Old Chub Beer

While the name, Old Chub, might sound like pipe tobacco, a fishing lure or a plump old man, I assure you it is beer. Old Chub Beer comes in a can and a 6-pack sells for $8 to $9 dollars. Rated at 8% alcohol, Old Chub, is a very strong, dark scotch ale beer. I learned about Old Chub from a friend, whom recommended it when I explained to him how crazy I was about See the Review

Bourbon Barrel Stout

Bourbon Barrel Stout

If you love a rich, dark, full-bodied, complex beer, you’ll love Bourbon Barrel Stout by Odell Brewing. When I toured the Odell Brewery in Fort Collins, Colorado, I had absolutely no idea that I would leave the place craving a rich and creamy bourbon barrel stout. Having never even tried it, I knew I would love it just by the tour guide’s taste description: Tasting Notes: Sweet milk chocolate, smooth vanilla and coffee beans; aged in See the Review

Asahi Beer

Asahi Beer

The first time I had Asahi Beer I wasn’t able to appreciate it as much as I should have. It was my 50th birthday party and I had already drank a couple of glasses of scotch and about 3 or 4 other beer brands which I was unable to remember by the time I took my first sip of the Asahi. What I do remember is that the Asahi went down smoother and drier than See the Review

Landshark Beer Island Style Lager

Landshark Beer Island Style Lager

Landshark Beer Review If you haven’t tried Landshark Beer, don’t let another summer go by fooling yourself into believing that it’s just another one of those “island style” lagers designed to make you believe you’re in the Bahamas feeling tropical, giddy, lose and free. Landshark tastes good just about anywhere and at any time of season, night or day,  but it is mostly for a hot summer day. You will get a wide number of varying views of See the Review