I took a few days off from uploading, just to give myself a breather from the shooting and editing.
I guess I’m the spoiler of the bunch. I “only” gave it an A.
I actually shot this on August 14, the day I got back from vacation, which explains why I’m a bit rusty in the video.
This is a new brewery in Birmingham, AL, that doesn’t bottle at all yet. I’ve had this beer a couple of times when I was down south, but haven’t bothered to review it until now. A shop called Liquor Express in Huntsville, AL, has draft beer to-go sold in plastic milk jugs, which is the format for this review.
Is it a bit hyperbolic to call this beer better than Hopslam? Probably, but it’s still a pretty impressive beer. (Keep in mind I’m not really a huge fan of Hopslam.)
Beyond the Pour grade: A-
Check out Liquor Express in Huntsville here:
1802 University Drive
Huntsville, AL 35811
I actually shot this review more than a month ago, but it’s been sitting on the hard drive waiting for this chance at upload.
I’ll be doing the rest of the beers from Chad’s beer mail this week.
This one almost made it in as part of Viewer Request Month. Fellow BGNer Peter long ago requested that I do more Danish craft beers, but we don’t get any in my area. When I took a trip up to Grand Rapids, I picked up this Imperial IPA.
Anyway, it’s called an Imperial IPA on the label. But based on how long it had been sitting on the shelf, I was guessing it was more of a strong barleywine by now. Tasting the beer, it turns out I was right. Which made for an interesting (if a bit long) review, as I’m trying to process it both as an “aged DIPA” and as a new barleywine.
Either way, I gave it a rating. It’s a pretty solid beer, so long as you don’t consider the Imperial IPA label.
Beyond the Pour grade: B