Fruit, Herb & Spice – Beer Reviews

Jackie O’s Dynamo Hum – Day 25

dynamo hum

I’ve been wanting to write this post for a while, but knew I would need a day where I had a decent amount of time for research.  If you just want to read the review, you will need to scroll for a while.  Sorry about that.  Today, I want to talk about beer names.  I love when beer names are puns.  Often I make Steve buy me beer just because I giggle when I read the title.  I don’t even necessarily care what kind of beer it is or what the reviews say.  The name makes me laugh, so I…

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Nogne O Peculiar Yule

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I would like to stop and warn you.  I’ve had this beer in a bottle in two different locations this past winter.  The review below describes my first tasting.  My second tasting was not similar at all.  I’m not sure if I had an old bottle at the second location, but all of the things that made this beer delicious were not present in that second bottle.

This beer is an amazing replica of Christmas.  The smell and flavor conjure up images of decorating the Christmas tree.  While this is a piney beer, it isn’t bitter, but more…

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The Bruery Autumn Maple

The Bruery Autumn Maple

This take on a pumpkin beer is actually brewed with yams.  It doesn’t matter what it is brewed with.  I have 4 words for Autumn Maple – “fall in a glass.”

The first time I sipped this beer, I wished that I was outside on a brisk evening, possibly watching a high school football game (although you can’t drink beer there), or possibly in the woods with leaves littering the ground wearing a scarf and winter hat.  When I closed my eyes, that’s where I was immediately taken.  This beer is spiced perfectly.  It is a bit thicker and unfiltered,…

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Weyerbacher Imperial Pumpkin Ale

Weyerbacher Pumpkin Ale

I love pumpkin beers. Fall is one of my favorite times to be a beer drinker. And Weyerbacher Imperial Pumpkin is one of the best. This beer tastes almost like eating a piece of pumpkin pie. I swear if you squirted a bit of whip cream on top of this beer, it would be nirvana. Just as you’d expect in a splendid piece of pumpkin pie, this ale has a cinnamon, pumpkin, and nutmeg flavoring that just warms your soul. If you close your eyes, you can almost taste the crust. This is definitely a smooth beer and one that,…

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