Received: Redhook Tripel

Almost no sooner did I write about Redhook’s new Tripel limited release than I receive the bottle I mentioned. It came yesterday, and included a nice bit of glassware. The box came wrapped with gold-embossed red ribbon proclaiming “Redhook Limited Release 2009.” And of course, what’s inside is what counts. … Continue reading

Pilsner/Tripel

Updating the Press Releases this evening, an a couple of items caught my interest. First, the long-awaited (by me, at least) #3 in the “LTD” series from Full Sail: a Pilsner. I was beginning to wonder since they released 01 and 02 several times. It’ll be available this summer from … Continue reading

Press Release: Full Sail Announces LTD 03

LTD means limited edition, but at Full Sail is means something even more: Live the Dream. The Full Sail brewers have been busy living out every brewer’s dream. A dream of creating unique beers that celebrate both the creativity of our brewers while honoring a rich brewing heritage of great … Continue reading

Press Release: Belgian-Style Tripel Next in Redhook Limited Release Series

Redhook Ale Brewery Introduces New Craft Beer Based on Traditional Trappist Brewing Methods Crafted with imported Belgian candy sugar, high quality European malts and a secret monastery yeast strain, the new Tripel Belgian-style ale from Redhook Ale Brewery will hit shelves for a limited time this summer. “The limited release … Continue reading

Gluten-Free Week: Deschutes Gluten-Free ESB

Unfortunately, this isn’t a review, but like yesterday I wanted to highlight another gluten-free beer offering, this one from Deschutes Brewery: their Gluten-Free ESB. It’s available on tap at both their Bend and Portland pubs, and though the website currently lists “Gluten-Free Golden Ale”, it is in fact an ESB … Continue reading

Gluten-Free Week: Others beers to look for

Even though I was able to acquire a few gluten-free beers to review this week, there are others that I would have really liked to sample also. Here are a few of those—and if you can find them where you live, go give them a try. Lakefront New Grist Lakefront … Continue reading

Gluten-Free Week: Redbridge

Redbridge is Anheuser-Busch‘s gluten-free beer offering, and, because it’s A-B, is the one that is most widely available. This is an all-sorghum malt beer brewed to the style of an American Amber Lager, and is 4.8% alcohol by volume. Redbridge was introduced in 2006 and for the past two years … Continue reading


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Gluten-Free Week: Bard’s Gold

I’ve actually reviewed Bard’s Gold before, back when it was called Dragon’s Gold. At the time, I was suitably unimpressed that I wrote, “I think Bard’s Tale needs to work on this beer a bit more.” Fortunately, it’s come a long way since then. More on that in a bit. … Continue reading

Gluten-Free Week: Green’s Quest

Green’s Quest is the other gluten-free beer from them available to me here in Central Oregon; as I mention in my review of Endeavour, this (and all of their beers) are brewed to a secret recipe though there are a few clues as to their makeup. I forgot to mention … Continue reading