SBP Podcast Episode 128: Chris Lohring Returns!

Hey SBL Podcast Fans, We’re back to hosting the podcast on Monday nights and this past Monday we were joined by a special guest:  Chris Lohring, Owner/Brewer/Jack of all Trades from Notch Brewing Company. In this episode, we discuss: History of Notch Brewing Company New Brewery Location / Timing New Beers in the pipeline Current […]

Dan Kenary breaks down Harpoon’s Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) on the SBLPodcast

On Wednesday July 16th, the SBLPodcast crew spoke with Harpoon’s CEO Dan Kenary about their Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). Check out the Video: Here is the press release about the ESOP: Harpoon Brewery becomes employee-owned company, CEO Rich Doyle to step down Press Release: Harpoon Brewery: An Employee-Owned Company (Boston, MA) – The Harpoon […]

Check out Podcast – Episode 35: Interview with Helder Pimentel

Check out the latest episode of the #SBLPodcast, featuring Backlash Beer Co. Backlash Beer Co. Information Location– Boston, MA – brewed out of Paper City Brewery in Holyoke, MA Beers Groundswell, Convergence, Declaration, Salute, Famine, War, Conquest Apocalypse Series Artwork- Sophy Tuttle About The Seacoast Beverage Lab Podcast started in August 2012 as a source […]

Beer Advent Calendar – Day 1 – Southern Tier Krampus

@craftbeered Beer Advent Calendar – Day 1: Southern Tier Krampus presented by the Ian Cowpar To celebrate the Holiday Season, and have teamed up with beer bloggers around the country to host the first annual beer bloggers advent calendar. This is the season of sharing and we intend to share our love of […]

Review: Flying Dog Wildeman Farmhouse IPA

From Flying Dog: Staying true to its name, Wildeman is a beast of a farmhouse IPA and has a lot going on. Citrus and spice greet the nose, followed by sharp hop bitterness. Wildeman’s a great complement to bold, rich and and spicy dishes, like Schezuan and Thai proteins. It’s also great with dark chocolate, […]

Review: Flying Dog Underdog Atlantic Lager

From Flying Dog: “Underdog is light and refreshing with crisp hop character and pairs best with foods like simple salads, Provolone and Monterey Jack cheeses, seafood and light proteins.” Underdog pours a straw yellow hue with a healthy, two-finger white head that quickly dissipates. The body has a slight haze, particularly in the last pour. […]

Beer Advent Calendar – Day 15: Celebration Ale presented by 2beerguys

That’s not to say that Celebration is in any way devoid of aroma, as a well-structured bouquet of peach and rose comes forward with some light bread malts. The initial taste is precisely why I anticipate this beer every year, as it starts out with a sturdy bread-like backbone that merely plays second fiddle to a very aggressive bitter profile with pine, herb, and semi-tart qualities.

Lost, then Found: The Smallest Brewery in Vermont

There are unique challenges to driving around small towns when you’re relying on your GPS with the original 2009 map loaded on it. Namely, it really doesn’t have any idea where you are. Such was the case this past weekend when my family and I were up in NH visiting my wife’s aunt in Piermont, […]

Camelot, Found…in Epping New Hampshire

We’re knights of the round table, We dance whenever we’re able, We do routines, and chorus scenes, With footwork impeccable. We dine well here in Camelot, We eat ham, and jam, and spam a lot. Last Friday night, we found the Holy Grail.  Well, the Pub that is.  Epping New Hampshire is home to an […]

Brew Review: Allagash Curieux

Allagash Curieux Abbey Tripel 11% ABV From Allagash: “In October of 2004, we released the first beer in our series of Barrel Aged beers, Allagash Curieux. To make the Curieux (French for “curious”), we age our Tripel Ale in Jim Beam barrels for 8 weeks in our cellar. During the aging process in bourbon barrels, […]
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