Tag Archives: Lagunitas Brewing

Tuesday Tastings: Peanut Butter Milk Stout, Cali Creamin’, Born Yesterday

The third installment in my weekly Tuesday Tastings series, this week I’m going “California” with three Golden State beers (the actual state, not the (home)brewery). Belching Beaver Peanut Butter Milk Stout I picked this beer up in California when attending the Beer Bloggers Conference (found it at Costco, actually) and coincidentally Belching Beaver Brewing was also at the BBC pouring samples. (If it matters I’m not a fan of the brewery name.) The beers they were … Continue reading →

7 beer labels you might confuse with Lagunitas IPA

News broke today that Lagunitas Brewing has filed a legal complaint against Sierra Nevada Brewing, the heart of which is a trademark violation notice. From the Beer Street Journal: While the SweetWater/Lagunitas situation is behind us, Lagunitas and Sierra Nevada now have a new legal issue to sort out. This one is over the labeling of Sierra Nevada’s forthcoming Hop Hunter IPA, as it relates to Lagunitas IPA. Here’s the breakdown: Lagunitas Brewing Company vs. … Continue reading →

Received: Lagunitas Born Yesterday

A PR care package came from Lagunitas Brewing today, featuring their new Born Yesterday Fresh Hop Pale Ale: This is the beer first reported on during the Beer Bloggers Conference, with the ambitious goal of being on shelves within 24 hours of fresh hopping. Which left many (myself included) scratching their heads over what that meant exactly. As it turns out, they apparently dry-hopped the beer with the fresh (wet) hops—about 10 pounds per barrel’s worth … Continue reading →

Advent Beer Calendar 2011: Day 3: Lagunitas Sucks Holiday Ale

In the spirit of goodwill and trying new things for Christmas, today’s beer pick is Lagunitas Sucks Holiday Ale, subtitled “Brown Shugga’ Substitute.” Why do they suck? This sad holiday season we didn’t have the brewing capacity to make our favorite seasonal brew, the widely feard BrownShugga’ Ale. So this substitute beer is a ‘Cereal Medley’ of Barley, Rye, Wheat, and Oats…. Full of complexishness from the 4 grains, and weighing in at 7.6% abv, … Continue reading →