Tag Archives: Tuesday Tastings

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: Casual weekend edition

So yes, it’s technically Wednesday so I’m a bit late for a Tuesday Tastings but consider it a late edition. Plus I’m featuring three beers friends and I drank the weekend before last, so nothing as formal as I normally do but good beers with pictures. Onward! Belmont Station / Ecliptic Brewing 19th Anniversary Barleywine We picked up several bottles of this anniversary beer at Belmont Station in Portland last month, and had a chance … Continue reading →

Tuesday Tastings: Gosepalooza III!

If I keep drinking Goses—and I am!—then I’m going to keep writing Gosepalooza reviews! This Tuesday Tastings features three more Goses I’ve had the pleasure of drinking recently. Anderson Valley Briny Melon Gose This is the third Gose in Anderson Valley’s repertoire, coming in at 4.2% alcohol by volume. I’m a big fan of the previous two, so picking up this one was a no-brainer. They say: Born from our passion for experimentation, our Briney … Continue reading →

Tuesday Tastings: A trio of Coronado beers

This week for Tuesday Tastings I catch up on the beers from Coronado Brewing that were sent to me as samples. Coronado, located in San Diego (actually Coronado Island, in San Diego County), has been brewing for 20 years this year and has been undergoing a fair amount of growth and expansion in recent years. They’ve been very generous with sending out samples as well; the three I’m reviewing now are from two such shipments. We … Continue reading →

Tuesday Tastings: Riding Solo, The Impaler, Saranac Pumpkin

Kicking off March with a new edition of Tuesday Tastings, featuring a random motley of brews. 10 Barrel Riding Solo This was the bottle I’d received from the brewery about a month ago, an American Pale Ale showcase of the Comet hop—this is in fact a single-hop beer. It was released as the new spring seasonal, a 6.5% abv, 67 IBU ale that actually reminds me more of an IPA than a Pale. The real … Continue reading →