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July 2016

Craft Beer

Beer Camp Across America Tasting – Part 2

July 26, 2016
Beer Camp Across America

Last week we did a tasting blog on the first three beers from Sierra Nevada’s Beer Camp Across America collaboration. This week, we will feature the last three of this delicious six pack. This week’s Beer Camp Across America brews are Family Values Imperial Brown Ale, Moxee-Moron Imperial Session IPA and Stout of the Union. Family Values Imperial Brown Ale with Cocoa Photo Courtesy of Sierra Nevada Brewing Company Collaborators  A representation of the Midwest, this Imperial Brown Ale was brewed…

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Craft Beer

Beer Camp Across America Tasting – Part 1

July 18, 2016
Beer Camp Across America

Sierra Nevada Brewing Company set out to celebrate American craft beer in the best way possible: by collaborating with 30 breweries across the country to create unique, collaborative beers that represented America, as well as host craft beer festivals across the country featuring the region’s most loved craft breweries. They called their collaboration efforts “Beer Camp Across America.” Recently, Beer Camp Across America’s 12-pack was made public. This 12-pack features 6 beers that represent different regions of craft beer and…

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Mr.Beer Buzz

Tulip Glass

July 8, 2016
Tulip glass

The tulip glass may look dainty, but the beers you should drink from it are anything but. Named after the flower its shape resembles, the tulip class is crafted with a longer stem and at first glance might resemble a goblet glass. However, the rounded base becomes more narrow towards the top, and then at the rim, the glass juts back out to create a lip of sorts. Besides just visual appeal, there is a reason for this uniquely shaped…

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Craft Beer

Summer Beer Tasting – Part 2

July 7, 2016
Summer Beer Tasting

Earlier in June, we did a Thirsty Thursday beer tasting blog on summer beers. Well, we decided that just one blog on these light, crisp refreshing beers just wasn’t enough, so we decided to do a “Part 2.” When the weather starts to warm up (it hasn’t dropped below 100 here in Tucson for weeks now, so we know this heat all too well), you spend your days dreaming about cold beer. Not just any cold beer – a golden…

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