Stillwater Artisanal Ales run by Brian Stillwater could be described as a gypsy brewer, traveling and brewing his beer all over. However, don’t let that deter you from tasting some of their wonderful ales. Recently I grabbed a bottle of the Folklore Mythic Tradition Ale, dressed with an image of a devil on the label, perhaps implying it’s devilishly evil beer? Let’s find out.
Category Foreign Stout
Even though the holiday season is over you can still readily find holiday beers in your local store. And while they may have a holiday theme, they still make great beers for the winter season. This happened to me recently when I stumbled upon the Lump of Coal from Ridgeway Brewing. Ridgeway hails from the far away land of the United Kingdom and I haven’t sampled any holiday offerings from overseas (that I can think of), so this was certainly one that I had to try.
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Flying Fish has been recently working on a multi-year “brewing experiment” calling their Exit Series. Previously, Nick and I did a video review of their Exit 6 Wallonian Rye and today, I’m taking a look at the Exit 13 Chocolate Stout. Named for a famous stop off the exit, Port of Newark-Elizabeth Marine Terminal, Flying Fish describes its significance: “Many food products come through the port, including the Belgian chocolate we’re using for what we’re calling an import/ export stout.”