Editor’s Note: This article is written by Joey Williams, the Beer Department Manager of Spec’s of the “downtown” location on Smith Street. As he describes below, he offered to lead us in a tasting of Texas(ish) pilsners and we happily took him up on it. At the tasting were Houston Beer Guide writers Josh, Jeff,
Joey Williams| Apr 16, 2015
I think the best place to start with my writing here on Houston Beer Guide is by introducing myself and give any possible reason you might need to read through all of the opinions and nonsense I will, undoubtedly, be slinging your way through this site. First things first, I’m nothing new or unique in the world
I am betting that a Brash beer will take it all. My money is on EZ-7 but maybe that's just what I drink the most. Would also like to Blood Belt go far, that beer rocked!
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Wicked excited about this tonight
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there is nothing wrong with huffing warm toast.
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Looks like a lot of places are doing NEIPAs in the area which is exciting. March 4th release on this one, Sigma's in a couple of weeks
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