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Nov-5-2011

Booze…in 50 Words or Less: Dogfish Head My Antonia Imperial Pils

Posted by Saucy "The Sauce Boss" McGilliguddy under Top Foodie Blog
Dogfish Head My Antonia Imperial PilsnerThe wife bought this 25.4-ouncer at Whole Foods in Plymouth Meeting. I had no idea what an imperial pilsner would taste like. I do know that the label said "continually hopped," and sure enough the thing was extr... [...]

Oct-11-2011

Review: Dogfish Head Namaste

Posted by Eric Ducote under Top Foodie Blog
Time for a quick review of the Dogfish Head Namaste, a witbier originally brewed as a tribute to the 3 Fonteinen Brewery in Belgium in 2009.  As with pretty much all the Dogfish Head (@dogfishbeer) beer I've reviewed, I found this one at Spec's... [...]

Oct-7-2011

Pumpkin Beer Time! – Wasatch & Dogfish Head

Posted by Eric Ducote under Top Foodie Blog
Alright alright, it's time for some pumpkin beers!  The first two I've tried this season have both been quite impressive, the Wasatch Pumpkin Ale and the Dogfish Head Punkin Ale.   The good news for all of you local readers is th... [...]

Oct-4-2011

Review: Dogfish Head Squall IPA

Posted by Eric Ducote under Top Foodie Blog
Alright, another quick review, this time of the Squall IPA from the now-famous Dogfish Head Brewery (@dogfishbeer) up in Delaware.  Unfortunately these guys don't distribute to Louisiana yet but they can be found all over Texas, including Spec's w... [...]

Sep-8-2011

Poor Service Spoils a Fine Getaway to Cabanas in Cape May

Posted by Saucy "The Sauce Boss" McGilliguddy under Top Foodie Blog
This Labor Day, we shot down to Wildwood for a family get-together. On one particularly rainy day, the little guy simply did not want to take a nap. So we decided to go for a ride and see if that would help him slip off into Dreamland. To our satisfact... [...]

Aug-18-2011

Growler Wars: Dogfish Head vs. Manayunk Brewing Company

Posted by Saucy "The Sauce Boss" McGilliguddy under Top Foodie Blog
Two growlers. Two beers. Two frosted glasses. One winner. Dogfish Head Raison D'etre Very strong taste upon first sip. Has a bit of a Belgian feel to it, but not exactly as clear as a Chimay or an Ommegang. Has a little bit of a stale scent to it.... [...]

Jul-21-2011

Booze…in 50 Words of Less: Dogfish Head Red & White

Posted by Saucy "The Sauce Boss" McGilliguddy under Top Foodie Blog
Dogfish Head Red & WhiteThis orange-tinged Belgian has a citrus aroma and a slightly bitter taste due to its having been aged and fermented in Pinot Noir tanks. A heavy beer, it was surprisingly refreshing on a sweltering summer day. The Milton, De... [...]

Jul-13-2011

Beer Travels: The Petrol Station in Houston, TX

Posted by Eric Ducote under Top Foodie Blog
I think by now I've established that The Avenue Pub in New Orleans is my favorite beer bar in Louisiana.  Polly does an awesome job getting the best new and rare beers and keeping her customers up to date on what's new on tap.  Lately though,... [...]

Jul-12-2011

Beer Travels: The Ginger Man Pub in Houston, TX

Posted by Eric Ducote under Top Foodie Blog
Alright, time for some more beer travels!  I've been going mostly to Houston lately, and that includes a couple of trips to The Ginger Man Pub in Rice Village.  This place has a reputation for being one of Houston's top beer bars, so I had to... [...]

Jun-30-2011

The 50 Best Beers In America!

Posted by Eric Ducote under Top Foodie Blog
Just thought I'd share a link with everyone... the American Homebrewer's Association asked their readers (sure to be big time beer lovers, right?) to rank their 20 best beers, and put together all the results to declare their 50 best beers in America!&... [...]