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Southern Oregon Brewing – Pin Up Porter

Posted on January 11, 2011 by

So I’m a porter fan, can you tell? With the onset of a porter brewing up in my fermenter, I decided it would be a good time to give a new porter a try as well. I haven’t brought a porter home in a while actually, just had them at the bars. Anyway, I used the Beer Mapping Project to find a different beer store in Portland. The way alcohol is…

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Redhook Expedition 8-4-1

Posted on December 28, 2010 by

Please excuse the fact that I don’t have a picture of the beer. I drank it before I snapped a photo of it. Sue me! LOL This weeks beer tasting is a brew that I got a while back when I was doing all the Redhook Brewery Highlight stuff. Redhook sent me this brew and I just was never able to get around to the tasting. I apologize for that, but I’m…

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Lompoc C-Note

Posted on December 16, 2010 by

Lompoc C-Note I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to help a local brew pub bottle some of their beer. We didn’t get paid, well, not in money. In fact, any bottle that was going to end up in the trash was given to us as samples. I pretty much think that’s not only a brilliant idea marketing wise, but also just down right nice. Here is a…

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Another Redhook Beer in the Series-Redhook Copper Hook

Posted on July 30, 2010 by

As we continue down the line of Redhook beers we run into this surprise beer, Copper Hook. I say surprise because I really had no idea what to expect in this beer. I don’t know what a “copper ale” was other than an idea of the color. Based on that, I had not tried it up until today. I have to be honest, it surprised me. It was crisp, clean, light,…

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Redhook Long Hammer IPA

Posted on July 23, 2010 by

As we continue on the journey of Redhook beers we are introduced to an IPA that tastes like no other IPA that I have yet to try. Is that good or bad? Good for me, bad for all of the hop heads. I’ve been in search of an IPA that has a more dry taste. I’m not a big fan of all the big IPA’s that have a lot of residual maltiness. I feel the maltiness,…

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Rope Swing Summer Pilsner – Redhook

Posted on July 16, 2010 by

Today we finally start off the Redhook Brew Reviews! We’ve got a few of them to do and I figured what better time than during the middle of July to drink a Redhook Rope Swing Summer Pilsner. This is actually the first pilsner that Redhook as ever produced and I believe it is brewed in a traditional Czech Style using 100% Czech Saaz hops. Rope…

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