Tag Archives: Fish Brewing

Tuesday Tastings: Cousin Eddie’s RV, Stumptown Tart, Salted Caramel Brownie

This week I’ve got a few holiday season or limited-release throwback reviews for Tuesday Tastings—and interestingly enough, two of these three are brown ales, which you don’t find too often these days. Let’s get to it. Fish Brewing Cousin Eddie’s RV Imperial Brown Olympia, Washington’s Fish Brewing has been dabbling in licensed-movie themed beers of late; you may remember they had a line of “The Hobbit” beers, and this particular one, Cousin Eddie’s RV, is … Continue reading →

Tuesday Tastings: Harvest Season

For this week’s Tuesday Tastings I’m going very seasonal, with a selection of harvest beers appropriate for the autumn. Gilgamesh Brewing Fresh Prince of Ales Gilgamesh Brewing out of Salem, Oregon, brews a number of unusual ales (including Mamba—not hopped but steeped instead with black tea, which is not my favorite) and has several with punny names. Case in point: they have a wheat beer they named DJ Jazzy Hef, so it’s only natural they … Continue reading →

Tuesday Tastings: High Desert Museum Pale Ale, Bakke Hill Black Lager

Two tasting reviews for you for this week’s Tuesday Tastings, one very local and one from Washington. Silver Moon Brewing High Desert Museum Pale Ale This beer was brewed for Bend’s High Desert Museum‘s Brewing Culture exhibit than ran the first half of the year, and to be honest, I thought it was a re-packaging of an existing beer (which Silver Moon has done lately for a number of private label clients)—but, I cannot find … Continue reading →