@untappd says: 4.1/5
“Now Ziggy played guitar / Jamming good with Weird and Gilly on the Windowsill. – David Bowie… kinda.
If you know SingleCut Beersmiths, you know their brand is, more or less, designed around classic rock. If you know your David Bowie, you know where Weird & Gilly comes from. Ziggy Stardust is a song written from the perspective of the Spiders from Mars, the backup band for fictitious singer Ziggy Stardust (Bowie’s alter ego for the album). In real life, “Weird” is bassist Trevor Bolder and “Gilly” is drummer Woody Woodmansey. SingleCut keeps the it rocking, and I love them for that.
Now let’s talk about the brew. The Weird & Gilly label says “Some Cat from Japan asked us to make an IPA that was juicy, and nothing else.” The first part is another Ziggy Stardust lyric reference, but did SingleCut get the job done? YES. The soft, tangy malt backbone lays out and really lets the hoppy citrus, pine resin and tropical fruit aromas and flavors shine bright. So many flavors. So delicious! So juicy!
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@untappd says: 4.21/5
Are those rubber chickens in your hula hoop pants, or are you just happy to see today’s Windowsill beer?
In case you haven’t noticed, the label on this beer from Bloomfield, Connecticut’s Thomas Hooker Brewery is inspired by one of my favorite childhood gameshows—Double Dare. You remember the show, right? Host Marc Summers would ask one of the teams a question. They could dare the other team to answer it. The other team could double dare them back. The final option? Physical challenge, y’all!
Today’s physical challenge was drinking this incredibly delicious brew. You don’t have to dig through a nose full of slime to figure out where this beer gets its name. It’s a double IPA brewed exclusively with Citra hops. Despite the heavy ABV, it’s a silky smooth brew that goes down nice and easy. Let it warm up a bit to get those tropical flavors of grapefruit, melon, passion fruit and lychee from the Citra hops. Super tropical, super delicious, not overly bitter. So good, you’ll want to sit in a giant bowl of spaghetti and catch oversized, sauced up meatballs with my teeth just to drink a Super Duper Double Citra!
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@untappd says: 3.9/5
I’m feeling in love on the Windowsill today!
Connecticut Valley Brewing Company was established in 2012 by the husband and wife team of Steve and Lori Palauskas. As I mentioned in my review of The New Frontier, they’re really into their home state’s massive aviation history (after all, Steve spent 25 years in the industry). Their logo features the F4U Corsair, which is the official plane of Connecticut and first flew during WWII. Head down to their South Windsor, CT taproom to check out more of their tasty brews!
While I might not call O.T. Genasis the songbird of our generation, his blazing hit “I’m In Love with the Coco” has been playing in my head since I took my first gander at the label of today’s Windowsill brew. As the name suggests, I’m in Love with the Simcoe is a single-hop NEIPA that features the talented and versatile Simcoe hop. The beer is light and lemony, but still has a lot of resin and citrus going on. Will you fall in love with the Simcoe? I did!
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@untappd says: 4.22/5
The Windowsill’s got a couple of nuts and bolts loose after the last two days, so I grabbed a Wrench to get the fix done!
I’m starting to become a fan of New York’s Industrial Arts Brewing Company. I picked up today’s beer on two recommendations. The first was from @mikemags75, who told me to hit up a little market called @clintongourmetcorp. The craft selection here was unreal. Check it out if you’re near Times Square. The second recommendation came from the guy at the store, who said he was having trouble keeping the Wrench NEIPA on the shelves, and I should grab it now. Two amazing recommendations that really worked out for me. Thanks!
So why is the Wrench NEIPA so popular? It’s one of the juiciest New England Style IPAs I’ve ever had! It’s absolutely loaded “to the point of sickness” with Mosaic and Citra hops. It’s light, bright, crisp and wonderfully hazy, juicy and hoppy. This might be the perfect New England IPA! As the official description says, “after you drink this, you’ll be a certified JuiceWolf.” I’ll howl for that!
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@untappd says: 4.22/5
No, I didn’t stutter. There’s an amazing IPA on the Window Sill today! Continue reading “SingleCut Beersmiths: The Punk with the Stutter Double Dry Hopped IPA”
Hops: El Dorado, Azzaca, Citra
Malts: American 2-Row, Maris Otter, Flaked Oats, Flaked Barley
Yeast: Vermont Ale
@untappd Says: 4.1/5
Is it cold on the Window Sill, or is it just me? Continue reading “Alvarado Street Brewery: Cold Pressed”
@untappd says: 4.09/5
The Window Sill is traversing the galaxy today! Continue reading “Captain Lawrence Brewing Company: Galactic Fog”
Hops: Idaho 7, Mosaic, Azacca, and Loral
Malts: Wheat malt, Oat flakes and others
Availability: Released as a pilot batch (full release coming in May)
@untappd says: 3.82/5
The Window Sill is built for beers! What are you built for? Continue reading “The Bronx Brewery: Built For This”
Hops: Columbus, Mosaic and Citra
@untappd says: 3.86/5
3…2…1…Drink! Going back to the archives for more local fare today! Continue reading “Lock City Brewing Company: Launch IPA”
Hops: Mosaic and Simcoe
@untappd says: 4.0/5
Hold onto your hats, it’s getting windy on the sill today! Continue reading “Mikkeller Brewing San Diego: Windy Hill”