What to Expect When Attending (GABF, that is!)

To get warmed up for our new GABF content, check out this article, reposted from Inky Beer, 2014… Now that we barely survived the Great American Beer Festival this year, Dr. B and I wanted to show you what we saw at the festival, in photos. Hope you laugh as hard as we did! Brewer’s…

Inky Beer Has Media Credentials for GABF 2015!

We were fortunate enough to get Media Credentials for GABF (The Great American Beer Festival) this year! (It’s our second year, so we are even more excited than normal to do this again.) To celebrate having credentials, we will be covering the following topics throughout the month of September, just for you: What it means…

Zombie Tiki

Originally posted on Colors In Los Angeles:
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Happy Zombie Jesus Day! 

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Colorado’s Fifth Ladybrew Creates A Game Changing Recipe

On February 24, Abby and I drove up to brew an Imperial Red IPA, named FMR (Foul-Mouthed Red), for Collaboration Fest 2015. FMR is a full bodied Imperial Red IPA with an array of balanced hops added in every part of the brewing process. (Come try our beer! Tickets are still available via the collab…

Why You Should Care About [THIS STATE]’s Beer

Originally posted on This Is Why I'm Drunk:
In November, I spent a good chunk of time analyzing data collected from Beer Advocate’s “best beer” lists, studying differences between states and finding patterns in our rating habits. Among all the research for those posts, one thing stood out as clear as an American lager:…

Perennial Sump Bottle Release Jan. 15

Originally posted on Beer Served Rare:
Originally scheduled for January 8, the Perennial Sump release has officially been pushed back to Thursday, January 15 at 4pm. In case you’ve missed the boat in year’s past, this is the brewery’s delicious imperial stout blended with coffee from the folks at Sump, weighing in at 10.5% ABV.…