What is this? Oh, right, a beer review! Sorry, it’s been awhile, I’ve been a bit of a slacker in that regard. Not in the whole “beer drinking thing”, beer is way too good to go cold turkey, just slacking… Continue Reading


Review of 2017 Jersey Drafts & Crafts Fest

One of the things that always intrigues me about beer festival is the roster of brewers.  On September 16, 2017, the Garden State Brewers Guild held Jersey Drafts & Crafts Festival at iPlay America in Freehold, NJ in which the… Continue Reading


Recent Article Involving New Jersey Beer Boycott

Happy Labor Day Weekend!  This week, I want to discuss an article in which several bars and restaurants in New Jersey that are no longer serving any New Jersey-brewed beers.  It is titled “Bars Lash Out Vs. Craft Beers”, and… Continue Reading


Funk Brewing Silent Disco IPA

During 2017, we have seen a number of juice bombs released both in breweries and retail outlets.  I recently picked up one from Funk Brewing (Emmaus, PA) and was thoroughly impressed.  It is called Silent Disco, a 6.8% unfiltered IPA… Continue Reading


Asheville Brewing Company “Carolina Mountain Monster”

Asheville Brewing Company “Carolina Mountain Monster” by Chris Anderson Well, it’s been a long time since I have sat down and wrote a beer review, but today’s your lucky day. Carolina Mountain Monster is an Imperial Stout brewed with Coffee… Continue Reading


River Horse Juiced IPA

Although I mentioned in the past that “the thrill of the hunt” is something that drives me to pursue things that I know are in short supply, a recent trip to River Horse Brewing (Ewing, NJ) proved to be no… Continue Reading



*People are constantly asking what my favorite beer brewed in NJ is, so I figured it was about time I answered this question. Wait. You know what? I don’t think I’m gonna do that. Better yet, I’ll list my Top… Continue Reading


Troegs Nimble Giant

Troegs Brewing (Hershey PA) is well-known for having seasonal releases to complement their portfolio of beers.  These include Nugget Nectar and Mad Elf, both of which disappear off the shelf the second they are put out for sale.  The brewery’s… Continue Reading