Pint Break

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There's an ocean of beer knowledge out there, and while we're combing the net and fishing for leads, we like to crack open a pint and ride the foamy waves for a brief, blissful reminder to savor the present.

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Maui Brewing Lorenzini Double IPA
Sharks are fascinating. As macropredators, they reign over almost all other animals in the oceans. There have been numerous fictional depictions of...
IPAs are everywhere. As our Top 41 IPAs story posited, that can be both a great thing and a not-so-great thing. However, hazy IPAs seem to be having...
Summit Brewing Unchained #18: Hop Silo
Today we’re flipping the ignition switch on a heretofore unseen consequence of science. Summit Brewing Company’s canned Hop Silo DIPA from their...
Bell's Smitten
As we spring forward this weekend adjusting our sleep schedules and daily routines, our food and drink palates tend to change as well. It could be...
Devil's Ale
It’s gray, it’s dreary… it’s time for a Pint Break! Though a light dusting of snow still remains in some places, the winter wonderland of yesterday...
Here’s a brew that launched a thousand beers. When Fritz Maytag took full control of Anchor Brewing in 1965, he sought to make a beer that was “true...
This ESB from everyone's favorite pugilistic Bear and Lion brewer, Firestone Walker, has a pleasant toasted biscuit lead tempered by an equally...
While not as elusive as some of their other offerings, Ballast Point's Black Marlin Porter is still a trophy catch. The bold roasted coffee notes are...
Lagunitas Brown Shugga'
Tony Magee, the founder of Lagunitas, has a different outlook on his business. He looks at it as a stream of consciousness. If you’ve ever read one...

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