Season 4, Episode 33 – This week, we’re drinking some really awesome canned IPA…
Exciting times! I gotta say, this trend of canning everything is pretty awesome. This week, yet another show of wonderful canned IPA. Exciting times, indeed!
IPA is hands down, the most fun of all the beer styles. It can be interpreted in many different ways according to personal preference, desire to experiment, or just plain wackiness. The beers on the show this week run the gambit from traditional, to not-so traditional, to…milkshake IPA. We’re living in exciting times, people. Exciting times, indeed…
Shout out to our good friend Joe Senigaglia from Jow’s Arcade on YouTube for hooking us up with the haze, and a huge thanks to Crysten Hamilton and the lovely folks at Hamilton Family Brewery for the milkshakes. 😉
Season 4, Episode 28 – This week, beers from some of Orange County’s and San Diego’s newest breweries.
This week on the show, it’s cans as far as the eye can see! Well, not really, but every beer on the show this week is packaged in a 16 ounce can. It’s a sign of the times, I guess, and we’re for it!
This first beer on the show this week comes from Orange, California’s newest craft brewery, co-owned by the legendary Evan Price of Noble Ale Works fame. What’s the name of said brewery? Well, it’s Green Cheek Beer Company, of course! Speaking of Green Cheek, our own Greg Nagel interviewed Evan and Brian from Green Cheek not too long ago, and you should give it a listen.
Next up on the show are beers from a relatively new San Diego brewery, Second Chance Beer Company, by way of our honorary fifth brewer, Natalie DeNicholas. These beers were pretty fantastic! Second Chance’s beers are well-brewed and delicious. Second Chance is definitely on our radar for an on-location episode in the future.