Not too long ago, I did a review of Halfway Crooks from Miami’s Beat Culture, a mango and sea salt gose. From the looks of it, those crooks got away and are relaxing on the beach, as evidenced by its sister beer Sunbrella (Gose, 6% ABV).Continue reading
From what I have been told, this is the beer of Sanford.
To the point where the brewers themselves readily admitted on socials that everything else on tap is a consolation prize whenever they run out of this on tap at the brewery.Continue reading
It’s just too much fun.
Holy Mackerel, as a brand, has been around for years. I remember it being well established when I started this blog over seven years ago. In that time, ownership has changed several times and now lands squarely in the hands of event planner and businessman Frank Barecich.Continue reading
I like cigars. Always have, but now I’m really getting into them. In all that time, the storage is something that I’ve always struggled with.
Not so anymore, as I now have the 250-count Electric Cigar Humidor from NewAir USA. This thing makes everything a breeze. And after having lived with it for a couple weeks now, I can say it’s a worthwhile investment for cigar enthusiasts.Continue reading
Someday I will learn how to properly pace my beers.
Back at The Tank recently, and very excited to have been interviewing Jose Luis Plasencia, vice president and fifth-generation member of the storied Plasencia family. We sat down with him and The Tank founder (and friend of the blog) Carlos Patron for a good interview coming soon to the Florida Beer Podcast.Continue reading
It’s always something new from Alan Espino and his team at Beat Culture, both to beer drinkers and Miami in general. And so it was with bated breath that Producer Steve and I made the drive down to MIA to sample a couple more beers and record an update interview for the Florida Beer Podcast.Continue reading
There’s just something about a good quality Red Ale that makes me happy.
When releasing in cans, the imagery a brewery makes for said beer tends to be fairly obvious, at least in terms of color palette.Continue reading
I am intrigued by the giant face that is the mascot for Tampa’s new Magnanimous Brewing.
Part Easter Island head, part King of all Cosmos from Katamari Damacy, he is big, he is mustachioed, and he is jolly in a slightly imposing way.Continue reading