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BeerAnyone's beer reviews are merely a conversation starter, a perspective into taste, aroma, and the perceived likeness of each beer. Reviews may not coincide exactly with your likes or dislikes; rather they are intended to be used as a guide for trying something new. Much of taste is partially subjective and that's why we’ve provided BeerAnyone.com as a platform where non-biased reviews may be heard. A forum where community takes precedence. When you find a beer worth reviewing, please do! Let us know how adventurous or discerning your palate truly is - after all you're among friends, cheers!

Stone Enjoy By 05.30.16 Tangerine IPA by Stone Brewing Co

Stone Enjoy By 05.30.16 Tangerine IPA

Date Published: 05/18/2016
ABV: 9.4% | IBU: 90 | Calories: ~282
All hop heads instantly fell in love with this Double IPA first brewed by Stone back in 2012 packed full of piney and dank aromas and flavors, this beer was an instant success. Stone has played with their fantastic hop bill (Ahtanum, Super Galena, Simcoe, Amarillo, Delta, Target, Calypso, Cascade, Citra, Galaxy, Nelson Sauvin, Motueka and Helga) time and time aga ...
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Hop, Drop 'n Roll by Noda Brewing Co

Hop, Drop 'n Roll

Date Published: 05/18/2016
ABV: 7.2% | IBU: 81 | Calories: ~216
This fantastic beer won Gold at the 2014 World Beer Cup in the IPA category. Brewed with a pleasing dosing of Citra and Amarillo hops balanced by a Vienna malt and Wheat backbone, Hop, Drop ‘n Roll deserves the honor of the 2014 Gold. This hoppy juicy, IPA is dangerously easy drinking at 7.2% (ABV). The beer pours from the can a bright copper color. Hop Drop ...
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Dark Age Bourbon Barrel Aged Stout by Wicked Weed Brewing

Dark Age Bourbon Barrel Aged Stout

Date Published: 05/18/2016
ABV: 12.7% | IBU: 55 | Calories: ~322
This obsidian monster, recently released by Wicked Weed, weighs in at 12.7% (ABV). As you pour from the bottle to glass, Dark Age cascades into the chalice with the grace of blackened silk. Just by pouring, it is fair to assume that this beer will have a full, silky body. A burnished amber colored head forms and settles into a thin layer, which seemingly floats a ...
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Kentucky Kolsch by Alltech's Lexington Brewing & Distilling Co

Kentucky Kolsch

Date Published: 03/09/2016
ABV: 4.43% | Calories: ~130
The Kolsch Ale was designed to replicate the classic German Kolsch style ale with its light crisp lemon taste and subtle peppery notes. The beer was designed to be refreshing so it has lots of carbonation and a very light flavor. Overall, this beer does a great job creating very drinkable and refreshing ale. The beer pours a hazy, almost straw-yellow color, with ...
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Pannepot 2011 Old Fisherman's Ale by De Struise Brouwers

Pannepot 2011 Old Fisherman's Ale

Date Published: 03/09/2016
ABV: 10% | Calories: ~300
A Belgian quad from a Belgian brewer is akin to drinking bourbon from Tennessee or champagne from the Champagne region in France; it's just the right thing to do. What's most remarkable here, is that the brewery is young, especially in the context of Old World breweries, yet they are producing world class Belgian Beer. The name Pannepot references a traditional s ...
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Sprecher Fire Brewed Hard Root Beer by Sprecher Brewing Co

Sprecher Fire Brewed Hard Root Beer

Date Published: 03/09/2016
ABV: 5% | Calories: ~150
This is not some child's root beer, although it's dangerously close to being exactly that. If you're looking for an adult style fountain pop that will get you buzzed and satisfy your craving for sweetness then this might be the beer for you. It's taste reminiscent of a malty adult fountain soda, is meant to be a sort of sweet soda-like novelty beer. Sprecher's ...
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Stiltsville Pilsner by Concrete Beach Brewing

Stiltsville Pilsner

Date Published: 03/09/2016
ABV: 5.2% | IBU: 25 | Calories: ~156
Concrete Beach Brewery opened about a year ago in the new trendy, hipsterish, art district of Miami, otherwise known as Wynwood. The owner of this brewery was actually one of the founders of Magic Hat, and his experience marketing good craft beers has definitely paid off in his new endeavor. In creating Stiltsville, they basically wanted to put a craft spin on th ...
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Breckenridge Ophelia Hoppy Wheat by Breckenridge Brewery

Breckenridge Ophelia Hoppy Wheat

Date Published: 03/09/2016
ABV: 5% | IBU: 23 | Calories: ~150
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Harp Lager by Guinness

Harp Lager

Date Published: 03/09/2016
ABV: 5% | Calories: ~129
Harp has been in my personal repertoire for ages, as it was one in the realm of imported beers that was widely available before the craft beer boom came to my state. In the past few years, the Harp design has even changed, so it is no longer recognizable as the Harp from my college days. Now, silver and blue dominate the label, and the old fashioned paper-looking ...
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Cuvee Van De Keizer Blauw (Blue) by Het Anker

Cuvee Van De Keizer Blauw (Blue)

Date Published: 03/09/2016
ABV: 11% | Calories: ~330
Similar to the Van de Keizer Rood, this black labelled brew makes itself distinct from its brethren only through a long blue sash that crosses the label. Blauw pours a distinct murky dark brown, almost raisin infused color. That makes sense, when you consider the raisin forward aroma. Mincemeat, prunes, and various dark dried stone fruits emerge on the nose. Upon ...
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Wells Bombardier (English Premium Bitter)
ABV: 4.1% | Calories: ~141
This is perhaps the most English looking beer bottle that I have seen. The only thing that could trump it were the Queen standing upon Big Ben with a steak and kidney pie. The English crest stands proud here, with a red and white shield that displays the brewery and beer name. Regal. Bombardier pours a copper red color. Slight caramel and raisin notes makes thems ...
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Samuel Smith's India Ale by Samuel Smith's Brewery

Samuel Smith's India Ale

Date Published: 03/09/2016
ABV: 5% | Calories: ~150
Imagine sailing the open oceans in the late 18th century. If you were seeking out a beer to take with you, it might look something like the India Ale from Samuel Smith. In contrast to today's IPA's, this beer doesn't hold a candle to the hop bitterness that's expected from modern breweries. Instead, there will be a different sort of flavor profile, and one that i ...
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