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Rumpkinator

Yesterday marked the official release of the 6th in Saint Arnold’s Bishop’s Barrel series, an imperial pumpkin stout aged in rum barrels. As with previous Bishop’s Barrel roll outs, #6 is sold only through bars and restaurants, and each has…

Pumpkinator 3

Rise of the Philistines Monday marked the much anticipated release of Pumpkinator, the pumpkin stout from the Saint Arnold brewery. This is the third year for Pumpkinator’s seasonal release, and the brewery has steadily increased production in order to meet…

Lakefront Brewery – Milwaukee

While the Sprecher Brewery made an exception for us earlier in the day, the Lakefront Brewery was going strong with tours on the hour. Situated under the Holton St. Bridge and backing up to the Milwaukee River as it meanders…

Left Hand Milk Stout

Two points always form a line, so an efficient tactician will take down two birds with one stone. Three points, however, seldom form a line, but must always lie on the same plane, so an adroit marksman might hit three…

Punkin Drunken

Ah, autumn. The mercury starts dropping along with the leaves, college football is back in full swing, and the young man’s fancy that turned to love in the spring has now turned to bitter resentment. But he and his erstwhile…

Rodeo Clown DIPA

I know there is another beer that has aficionados all atwitter today, but commentary will have to wait until tomorrow after it has been enjoyed properly. That offering has been much ballyhooed, with most people aware of its release date…

Saint Arnold Santo

The Saint Arnold Brewery famously dumped 11,000 gallons of their new year-round brew, Santo, after that first full production batch didn’t quite live up to their standards. So they started over again, brewed two different batches that were closer to…

Divine Reservations

In news that brought delight to the local Houston beer-enthusiast Twitterverse, Saint Arnold announced that they would be able to brew Divine Reserve #11 as part of their regular lineup starting next year. This news comes just before Saint Arnold is…