The Crafted Can – Sea Hag IPA Review

Posted on September 8th, 2010

If you look at the label of Sea Hag from New England Brewing Co., you might question what on Earth this beer must taste like. With the name Sea Hag, you can’t help but tilt your head and wonder why anyone would name a beer something like that.

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The Crafted Can – Hell or High Watermelon Wheat Review

Posted on July 28th, 2010

When summer comes around, so do the fruit beers. What’s better than a crisp, refreshing fruity beer on a hot summer day? And what fruit just screams out its loyalty to summer more than a watermelon? I’m sure it was this kind of conclusive reasoning that brought 21 Amendment Brewery to create their Hell or High Watermelon Wheat Beer.

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The Crafted Can: Snapperhead All Malt IPA Review

Posted on July 12th, 2010

Today we debut the first post from the newest member of the Beeriety team, Alicia.  Among other topics, she’ll be researching and reviewing craft beer in cans, a recent development which has received much attention.

Cans of beer? Those must be cheap brews you find at frat parties. This is what I first thought when I was introduced to craft beer, but it turns out I was wrong – apparently, quite a few breweries can their craft beers. So now my question is, do they stand up to the rest? I have proudly taken the challenge of searching for the best canned craft beers. I want to know why some choose cans over bottles. I want to know the pros and the cons of fermentation. I want to talk to the cult followers and the prestigious shunners of this great category. Where did this all start, where is it now, and where is it going?

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