Beer Review – Passion Fruit Kicker

On tasting the brew, I was happy to find similarity to Abita's Strawberry Lager and Shiner's Peach Wheat in that, only the pleasant attributes of the fruit were present. There is a strong kick of passionfruit's trademark tangy sourness without being overwhelmingly sour or sweet to the point of detracting from the beer.

Beer Review – Sea Dog Wild Blueberry Wheat Ale

I was walking through my local Total Wine and More collecting beer to drink and review and the cartoony dog on a blue can caught my eye. I was intrigued and had to pick it up. Immediately, the image of the can blew up on my Instagram account. Seemingly this can was stealing everyone's attention (kudos to whoever designed this) and so I had to see if the brew could live up to the hype.

Beer Review – EOS

EOS hefeweizen is one of the 6 beers brewed year round by award winning Nebraska Brewing Company. Founded by Paul and Kim Kavulak, the Nebraska Brewing Company began as a hobby. Between 1992 and 2005, Paul dabbled in home brew, constantly trying to improve his brews.

Beer Review – Blue Moon Belgian White

Blue Moon has drawn significant controversy as some believe it is masquerading as a craft beer, despite being brewed by one of the largest brewing companies on the planet. This issue escalated with a 2015 class action lawsuit, alleging Blue Moon of using inappropriate branding tactics to capitalize on the growing trend of craft brews.

Beer Review – Paulaner Hefe-Weizen

In 2016, Paulaner produced 1 million hectoliters (thats 26,417,205.2 gallons) of beer which is consumed in over80 countries. This translates to 211,337,641.6 pints of Paulaner consumed in one calendar year, which is fairly impressive in my eyes.

Beer Review – Blanche de Bruxelles

Interestingly, the original brewery was dismantled during WW1. In 1916, the German military seized the brewery's equipment to meet the needs of their war efforts. After the war, a struggling brewery was acquired, becoming Lefebvre's home until this day.

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