All posts by Jim Lytton

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Kona Brewing Company Kua Bay IPA

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Aloha readers! And Welina Hou to The Intoxicated Review! Jack writing in today from the Hawaiian Island of Kauai. What better way to enjoy Thirsty Thursday than with a great tasting Hawaiian beer made right here in the islands. Today’s beer choice comes from Kona Brewing Company and is their…

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Anheuser-Busch to Acquire Fast-Growing Cutwater Spirits

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Anheuser-Busch InBev is finally making an acquisition in San Diego, but it’s not a craft brewery. The world’s largest beer company today announced the purchase of fast-growing Cutwater Spirits, a craft distilling venture that was originally born inside of Ballast Point Brewing & Spirits. Check it out!

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Starr Hill Looking Glass IPA

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The newest Spring seasonal from Virginia’s Starr Hill is the 6.5% AB (40 IBU) Looking Glass. The IPA replaces Reviver Red IPA which had previously held the slot since February of 2015. Brewed with a blend of Galaxy, Citra, Mosaic and Columnbus hop varieties, the beer presents a modern, fruit-forward…

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Michelob ULTRA goes Pink for October

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Virginia Eagle Distributing Company (VED) — proudly supports the local efforts of the Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation (VBCF). For the second consecutive year, a local donation has been made in support of their efforts to eradicate breast cancer throughout the Commonwealth. Check it out!

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SweetWater Hash Session IPA

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We kept the malt bill light to allow the hops to shine through. We dosed this sucker with a boatload of Amarillo Hop Hash. Pungent with floral, tropical citrus fruit flavors, and the hop hash gives it that one of a kind chewy, gooey, resiny mouthfeel. As the chaser, we…

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AB InBev opens ‘robo-warehouse’ to reduce carbon footprint

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AB InBev has opened a new automated warehouse at its largest UK brewery, situated in Magor, Wales. The ‘robo-warehouse’ can store 23 million pints of beer, and will reduce the brewery’s carbon footprint by 605 tonnes of CO2 (the equivalent to the electricity consumption of 600 homes.) Check it out!

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