Hops: Citra, Wakatu, dry-hopped with Citra
@untappd says: 3.85/5
We’re bringing some style with ease to the window sill today, courtesy of NYC. Continue reading “Third Rail Beer: The Steez”
Hops: Columbus, Simcoe, Chinook, Amarillo, Citra, Nelson Sauvin, Sorachi Ace
Malts: Pale Malt, Dextrin, Torrified Wheat, Flaked Rye
@untappd says: 3.6/5
The Windowsill is overcome by an insatiable thirst for blood… orange, that is. Continue reading “DuClaw Brewing Company: Blood Orange Neon Gypsy”
@untappd says: 4.04/5
I dunno about Steve, but the window sill’s ready for another delicious beer! Continue reading “SingleCut Beersmiths: Are You Ready Steve?”
@untappd says: 3.93/5
Get your fishing poles ready, we’re looking for sculpin on the window sill today. Continue reading “Ballast Point Brewing Company: Unfiltered Sculpin”
Have you heard the term “session IPA,” or “session beer” thrown around your local craft beer watering hole? Are you unsure of what it means, but too scared to ask, lest you be revealed as a beer novice? Don’t worry, I’m here to answer that question for you, and I’ll even recommend a delicious one with which to wet your whistle after you read.
If I’ve learned anything from my day job, it’s that, before the last 40 years or so, people were extremely dumb. From letting kids to play with plastic bags on their heads to smoking on airplanes to using led paint on baby toys, we used to do some stupid shit. The origin of the session beer is no different, it just takes place even earlier, when people were that much more idiotic. Continue reading “Collective Arts Brewing’s State of Mind: What Is a Session IPA?”
Hops: Galaxy, Mosaic (Fresh); Citra, Centennial, Chinook, Simcoe (Dry)
Malts: 2 Row Pale Ale, Flaked Wheat, Crystal, Carafoam
@untappd Says: 3.88/5
I might have to move the window sill to Ontario, cuz we’ve got another CA brew featured today! Continue reading “Collective Arts Brewing: Ransack the Universe”
@untappd says: 4.04/5
We’re keeping it very local on the window sill today, with one of Connecticut’s newest breweries. Continue reading “Counter Weight Brewing Company: Headway IPA”
Hops: Nugget, Crystal, Centennial, Azzaca, Cascade, Citra, Chinook, Galaxy, Mandarina Bavaria, Simcoe
Malts: Pale, Caramel 120
Yeast: Ale yeast
@untappd says: 3.71/5
It’s technically spring now, so I’m bringing in some tropical, hopical flavor onto the sill today! Continue reading “New Belgium Brewing Company: Citradelic Tangerine IPA”
Hops: Nugget, Cascade, Simcoe, Chinook, Mosaic, Amarillo
Grain Bill: Pale, Black
@untappd says: 3.69/5
Another one’s on the sill for Women’s History Month!
In 1991, CEO Kim Jordan and her then-husband Jeff Lebesch started making beer in their basement. Although the marriage didn’t work out, New Belgium Brewing Company certainly has. The really cool thing about NBBC is that it is 100% employee-owned. In 1992, Jordan and Lebesch hired Brian Callahan and gave him a 10% slice of “sweat equity.” In 1995, Jordan started giving all employees stock options, and by 2000, 32% of the company was owned by it’s workers. At the company’s annual retreat in January of 2013, she surprised her 457 coworkers with the news that they now owned the entire company.
That, as well as its commitment to prioritizing social and environmental goals, make New Belgium one of the best companies in the country. All kudos go to Jordan, a truly inspiring woman in not just the craft brewery world, but the entire business world too.
I should probably talk about the Voodoo Ranger IPA too, huh? Mosaic and Amarillo hops give this golden IPA the perfect balance of bitter and sweet. It’s super refreshing and, at 7% ABV, it packs a solid wallop too. Plus, look at the Voodoo Ranger skeleton! Kickass!
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