Hair of The Dog occupies a category of One. It’s remained the very definition of what “small independent craft brewery” means and SHOULD mean.
This is a fine, SERIOUS seasonal Stout, with BODY (No pun intended) for days, depth, richness, and not a bit of pandering to the craft newbie crowd who insist on dragging their childhood candy habits into their adult beer fandom.
Here’s a toast to the type of person who’s told all the time, “That’ll never work. You’re gonna lose your shirt. Why must you ALWAYS rock the damned boat?!?”…Here’s a toast to Trey Busch and Alex Ganum…
As we head into our virus-riddled holidays, Headwinds Vodka is a circus-grade party on our palates, with as little hemorrhaging as possible in the area of our bank accounts.
In a few years the name “Headwind” should mean the same thing as “Grey Goose” and “Tito’s” and the other best-selling brands, when it is heard or read by American Vodka lovers.
GrowlerWerks UKeg 64 is to beer enjoyment and preservation what Gibson and Sterling’s book was to steampunk: a seminal event that signals the dawn of a whole new, exciting paradigm.
This is a GREAT, repeat G-R-E-A-T, bottle of whiskey. Call it whatever pleases you but, if you love whiskey at all, TRY THIS.
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