header image

Two friends from Newport, Wales and New York, USA share pictures of their passion for beer. Read more...

Dogfish Bacon Randall

Bacon in the randall to add some delicious porky flavor to beer at the Extreme Beer Fest. Dogfish enjoys using their randall system in strangely exciting ways.

Barrel Aged Marshal Zhukov's Imperial Stout

A bottle of 2010 Barrel Aged Marshal Zhukov's Imperial Stout from Cigar City Brewing. A fantastic beer. In the background is can of Surly Coffee Bender.

Columbus IPA

Honestly one of the best American IPAs I've had in ages. If you are ever near Ohio, pick yourself up a bottle of this from the brewery. Strong simcoe notes in the nose and perfect bitterness. Two thumbs up! Thanks to Bob (and his wife!) for the gift of this bottle. Photo taken at the Hoppy Daze festival at Monty's Krown in Rochester, NY.

How many have you tried?

How many have you tried?

Drink up!

A very big cheers to all of our loyal readers. Thanks for all your kind words. Here's a taste coming at you from a local festival. The beer is made by Custom Brewcrafters for a pub called Hose 22. Cheers!

Magpie Pub

Yet another local Rochester pub. Honestly we have so many good pubs here, it's hard to choose from. But here is the lineup at Magpie Pub, an Irish pub in the Park Avenue area. They serve up a mean corned beef sandwich here as well.

Avery Brewing

Avery Brewing can lineup at the 2010 Great American Beer Festival. What's your favorite Avery beer? Most people prefer the Maharaja, but I am partial to their stouts.

New Holland Brewing Dragon's Milk

Bottles of New Holland Brewing Dragon's Milk wait to be opened for tasters at the 2010 Great American Beer Festival. This is a very tasty ale that is aged in oak barrels.

Maine Beer Company Zoe

Maine Beer Company Zoe. A deliciously hoppy amber beer. Maine Beer Company is a tiny microbrewery in...Maine. This beer is very highly sought after and well rated on Beer Advocate. Recommend you try them out if you are ever near Portland, Maine.

Left Hand Brewing Company

Fast moving hands on the bottling and packaging line at Left Hand Brewing Company in Colorado. Looks like they are packaging up some 400 lb Monkey. Yum!