THE GREAT American Beer Festival awards are such a tease. Like brazen tarts, the judges tempt us time and again with medals for seductive, mouthwatering brands that just beg you to take a drink.
But we can only look, never taste.
These award-winners are one-offs. Brewpub seasonals. Special blends.
They come and go, peeking out at you like a Maxim magazine nip-slip.
Beers like Two Brothers Sour Beer #2, from Illinois, named the best wood-aged beer in America.
I’m sure it’s a fine beer; ...Continue Reading →