Karbach F.U.N. 013, aka Kentucky Habit, is delicious and you should absolutely drink it. But it’s only half the beer you’re expecting. Let’s back up. The latest release in Karbach’s F.U.N. series — their limited, occasional, barrel-aged line — is a bourbon-barrel aged Belgian quadrupel. Here’s a description Karbach marketing manager David Graham gave Tenemu.com: “Kentucky Habit
Houston Beer Guide| Jan 5, 2016
We asked our writers to send in a few sentences about their favorite beers of the year. We asked them for a favorite local beer and a favorite out-of-town beer. Some of these have been around for years and some aren’t available in Houston. This isn’t meant to be a “best of 2015” article; it’s just
Tim Spies| Oct 19, 2015
Forget kettle sour debates, mega-corporate buyout concerns, or any the other arguments beer nerds love to quarrel over. Nothing is as divisive in the beer world as the word “pumpkin.” A word that, for certain people, brings to the surface the most vile and powerful animosity imaginable. The kind typically stored deep in the underworld
Jack Around| May 18, 2015
Gone are the sweaters and hoodies and henleys, out are the vented shirts and pearl snaps and guayaberas. It’s been a wet spring in Houston, but when the rains leave the moisture stays, and the humidity has descended like a biodome over our fair burg. With the peacoats go the porters, with the scarves the stouts.
Josh F.| May 8, 2015
Call it serendipity, call it beer Karma, call it whatever you want. I recently wrote about how I think Houston’s ideal beer style is the Saison. While there are were several examples of the style available at the time, none were quite the pepper-forward version of the Saison style that I absolutely love. That is,
Nathan Miller| Apr 17, 2015
Apparently a picture is worth a thousand words. So, here’s 4,320,000 words about my favorite beer:
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!
by Southern Drinker Houston Beer Guide Bracket 2017
Saloon Doors Tasty AF is the best ever. If you haven't tried it, you should. Go visit Saloon Door Brewery
by Norma DeVault Houston Beer Guide Bracket 2017
Wicked excited about this tonight
by Matthew Maicher Houston's First Hazy IPA Can Release is March 3rd at B-52
there is nothing wrong with huffing warm toast.
by apronless Divine Reserve 17 Is an Imperial Porter That Makes Me Want to Drink Imperial Stout
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
by Matthew Maicher Review: Baa Baa Brewhouse's Cow Jumped Over the Moon - Houston Area's First NEIPA