Stone Brewing Ripper Pale Ale

The inspiration behind the newest pale ale from Stone Brewing comes from two places, both providing a different hop variety to the equation. Stone Brewing Ripper Pale Ale takes the citrusy, spicy Cascade hops from San Diego — the brewery's home town — and adds in gentle, tropical fruit forward Galaxy hops from Australia. The 5.6% pale ale taste more like an IPA thanks to the fresh hop combo, but everyone knows the best pale ales are hop heavy anyway.

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    There was a time not too long ago when beer and food pairings didn't go much further than a Bud and a hotdog. But as the culinary world has embraced craft beer, the options and selections have grown quickly. Creature Comforts Epicurious Beer is a testament to that expansion, brewed with chefs — both professional and home cooks — in mind. Creature Comforts consulted with chefs in the Atlanta area for feedback during the process and the result is a versatile, Belgian style table beer that is a welcome addition to just about any meal.

  • Funk Factory Bosbes Beer

    There aren't very many lambic style beers in the U.S. that can stand up to the ones over in Belgium. But there's a small Geuzeria that popped up in Wisconsin that is churning out sours that are rising in popularity. Bosbes is one of the releases from Funk Factory Geuzeria, and is a blend of lambics that were aged in used french oak wine barrels for 18-24 months. Then, it's re-fermented with two pounds per gallon of blueberries for 6 weeks. The result is funky and sour, but approachable with a balance that shows plenty of promise for this upcoming brewery.

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