Welcome to the twenty-fifth day of Jefe’s 25 Beers ’til Christmas it has been a blast sampling all these holiday beers. All of you are enjoying/ stressing about running around to family Christmas here and family Christmas there. Chances are you spent all your money buying way too many gifts and I will be the first to tell you craft beer can be expensive. If you want to try this countdown for yourself buying individual beers is definitely the way to go. So let’s wrap this up in proper fashion and go with rating a must have beer for this holiday season. I will be rating the last holiday classic like all of the others on a 1 to 5 scale.
Welcome to the twenty-fourth day of Jefe’s 25 Beers ’til Christmas today I sample a beer out of Lexington Kentucky. I don’t know about you, but when I think Kentucky two things come to mind for me: where’s the bourbon and god I can’t wait to leave Kentucky. I will let you know if I can add visiting West Sixth Brewing to that list, by rating their take on Christmas Ale on a 1 to 5 scale.
Welcome to the twenty-third day of Jefe’s 25 Beers ’til Christmas today I try a beer from a brewery I have never heard of before. I will be rating it on a 1 to 5 scale. Let’s see if Texas knows how to make a good holiday beer.
Welcome to the twenty-second day of Jefe’s 25 Beers ’til Christmas, today I give the worst city with baseball’s best fans a chance to redeem themselves for just being all around horrible people. I will do this by rating a St. Louis based breweries take on Christmas Ale on a 1 to 5 scale. Continue reading
Welcome to the twenty-first day of Jefe’s 25 Beers ’til Christmas today I am trying my last beer from the Samuel Adams seasonal pack I purchased. I will be rating this beer an a 1 to 5 scale. I have really enjoyed the seasonal pack from Samuel Adams so far, I hope this last beer is as good as the rest.
Welcome to the twentieth day of Jefe’s 25 Beers ’til Christmas we are just fives days away from the big day. Today I will give Akron a chance to make up for giving the world Mr. Subtweet. This beer better knock my socks off with how I already feel about having to WITNESS the career of Akron’s most famous try hard. I will be rating this beer on a 1-5 scale. I hope it doesn’t suck.
Welcome to the nineteenth day of Jefe’s 25 Beers ’til Christmas today I will be reviewing a beer once again from the greatest place on earth, Cincinnati. MadTree is a brewery I have always wanted to visit and still plan too. I have tried several of their beers and I am a huge fan. I will be rating this seasonal holiday beer on a 1 to 5 scale. So was it another MadTree classic or a bust?
Thundersnow by MadTree Brewing Company (@MadTreeBrewing)
Beer Type: Spiced Scottish Ale
Location: The 513, The Nati, The Real Queen City, Cincinnati!
I am rating this beer a 4.25. MadTree got this one right this is definitely a perfect winter beer. This is also a beer you really want to enjoy so take your time drinking this and savor the flavors. This is a very smooth beer for having a higher ABV (Alcohol by Volume), I could definitely enjoy a sixer of this on a cold winter night. If you have tried this seasonal beer from MadTree Brewery please let me know what you think. Debating on beer is always fun to do since we all have different opinions on taste.
Welcome to the eighteenth day of Jefe’s 25 beers ’til Christmas today I review a southern companies take on Christmas Ale. Abita Brewing Company is located just an hour away from N’Awlins, so with the party reputation, NO has I was excited to try this beer. I will let you know what I thought by rating this southern beer on a 1 to 5 scale.
Welcome to the seventeenth day of Jefe’s 25 Beers ’til Christmas. Christmas is next week which means, we are in the final stretch of my holiday beer review. When I glanced at my list of beers I noticed I still needed four more holiday beer types, so I ventured out to Party Source in Newport Kentucky. (Highly Recommended) While I was there I noticed they have a Braxton Brewery Taproom located in the back of the store, where you can try various brews from the Kentucky based brewery. I really enjoy the beers that I have tried from this local tristate brewery, so I tried their holiday beer and will rate it on a 1 to 5 scale.
Welcome to the sixteenth day of Jefe’s 25 Beers ’til Christmas. Today I try a beer from the Western part of the United States, from a brewery I am not to familiar with. For first time readers, I am in search of the perfect holiday beer to help you and me get through the holiday season stress free. To do this I will be trying twenty-five holiday beers leading up to Christmas and I am going to rate them on a 1 to 5 scale.