• Karbach Rodeo Clown Double IPA

    29 October 2017 - Best Beer HQ

    Karbach Rodeo Clown Double IPA Review

    I drank a pint of Karbach Brewing Co.’s Rodeo Clown Double IPA in Houston, Texas, after going to my first-ever Major League Baseball game. Now the Astros are just two wins away from winning their first-ever World Series title. Coincidence? Most definitely. ABV: 9.5% IBU: 85 Hops: German Magnum, Amarillo, Citra, Cascade, East Kent Goldings, […]

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  • Epic Thunder American Pale Ale Review

    23 October 2017 - Best Beer HQ

    Epic Thunder American Pale Ale Review

    For three weeks or more this bottle of Epic Thunder American Pale Ale has sat in my fridge, patiently waiting for a better occasion than a typical Friday night to drink it. Well, like the Rage Against the Machine song says, what better place than here, what better time than now? ABV: 5.8% Blurb on […]

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  • Urbanaut Brixton Pale Ale Review

    15 October 2017 - Best Beer HQ

    Urbanaut Brixton Pale Ale Review

    New Auckland craft brewery Urbanaut is based just around the corner from my house, so I was very keen to try this can of Brixton Pale Ale when I saw it in my local bottle store. It doesn’t get much more local than this, apart from the fact that it’s been named after a city […]

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  • Tank Brewing Freedom Tower Amber Ale Review

    8 October 2017 - Best Beer HQ

    Tank Brewing Freedom Tower Amber Ale Review

    The last beer I had on my recent US vacation was Tank Brewing’s Freedom Tower Amber Ale. Though I’d already drunk far more beer over those three amazing weeks than your Surgeon General would deem healthy, I figured one more wouldn’t kill me, and would help pass the time at Miami International Airport before my […]

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  • Buffalo Bayou 1836 Copper Ale Review

    1 October 2017 - Best Beer HQ

    Buffalo Bayou 1836 Copper Ale Review

    On our second night in Houston, Texas, my wife and I were enticed into a Tex-Mex joint called the Dizzy Kaktus by the promise of cans of Buffalo Bayou 1836 copper ale for $2 (or it might have been $3 per can, but it was cheap either way) and discounted tacos. I must have eaten […]

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