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Dry Hopped on the High Seas

There is a pretty cool story that goes along with this beer. According to Cigar City they were approached by a brewery in Puerto Rico to give them the opportunity to brew beer at their facility. So apparently they did a test batch at this new (and much much) larger brewery and this was result. Read More »

Grey Lady Ale

They started out making their beer, get this, above a winery! Dean & Melissa Long needed help at the winery, Nantucket Vineyards and Wendy & Randy needed a place to live. So now they are making beer and wine. This sounds like a TV show. Read More »

Green Flash West Coast IPA

Now that's an IPA! Big sharp hops slice through your taste buds with a pine resin, grapefruit citrus bitterness. But don't fear, there is a sweetness of toasted, caramel, bready malts that cuts down the bitterness perfectly. The finish is what you would expect from such a complex IPA; an oily, floral, hop pungency that leaves your mouth watering for the next sip. And even though its a 7.3% abv there is little to no alcohol esters to be found. Read More »