Delicious Ambiguity Raspberry & Basil Ale Urban Family Brewing Company

Delicious Ambiguity Raspberry & Basil Ale Urban Family Brewing Company @sipssudsandsmokes #60secondbeerreview- #dailybeerreview- Delicious Ambiguity, SUDS – 3, is a 5% American Wild Ale brewed with raspberries and basil from @urbanfamilybrewing in West Seattle, WA.  Great color nice flavor and aroma, and a crisp, dry finish.  Very nice!  Cheers! #beer #craftbeer #podcaster #beerreview #craftbeerreview #beerme…

We’re going about this a little different

SIPS Episode – Only we could combine Hairloss for Men and Whiskey business models. Single Cask Nation is bringing some great products to their select membership model. Meanwhile in KY, something different is going on. Wilderness Trail Distillery is bringing back the use of KY grown Rye. This has all the tongues wagging in KY.

Roasted Cherry Stout Blackberry Farm Brewery

Roasted Cherry Stout Blackberry Farm Brewery @sipssudsandsmokes #60secondbeerreview- #dailybeerreview- Roasted Cherry Stout, SUDS – 4, is a 6.3% American stout fermented with a local strain of wild yeast from @blackberryfarmbrewery in Walland, TN.  Chocolate, roast and tart cherry all working together in beautiful harmony.  Cheers! #beer #craftbeer #podcaster #beerreview #craftbeerreview #beerme #beerisgood #beerpodcast #craftbeernerd #beersnob…

2015 Premium Post Colonial Style Ale Omnipollo

2015 Premium Post Colonial Style Ale Omnipollo @sipssudsandsmokes #60secondbeerreview- #dailybeerreview- #cellarpick – 2015 Premium Post Colonial Style Ale, SUDS – 3, is @omnipollo putting their spin on a beer originally brewed by @stillwater_artisanal.  It is a 7% IPA.  They used a bunch of Amarillo hops, and even after 4 years in the cellar, it really…

From the origins of time

SIPS Episode – Old and really old whiskey. Red Spot returns after a long 50 yr hiatus. This rounds out the available product line with great Irish Whiskey. Diageo continues to push the boundaries of aged whiskies this time with Scotch. Pittyvaich lived for a mere 18 years, making it one of the most rarely seen single malts of all. This rare, limited release Forager’s Keep 26 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky has lived longer than the distillery from which it came.