Third Space has been around for 4 years this month! Feels like forever ago we found out about them on our Brew City trip (it was July 2019), but they’ve been a constant presence in my house since then. The trip up isn’t that bad (Transient and Triptych – two of my other close but not really brewery faves – are a bit farther time-wise) and the beers are always solid at worst. So in honor of Third Space’s 4th anniversary, here’s Double Barrel Nexus!
Category: Beer Reviews
Each month, we like to highlight twelve beverages we found personally interesting, delicious, or exciting from (mostly) local sources with the hopes of passing on our recommendations to those that are interested in reading arbitrary reviews. Some of these drinks...
It’s always exciting to find a new brewery. Even though I had heard of Odious Cellars in passing, I had completely forgotten about them until I recently heard of their launch at Pilot Project on September 12. 2020. Needless to say, I was excited to get some sour beer from them.
Revolution wants your money. All of it, every month of the year. Their year-rounds are outstanding, but the real hurt to the wallet comes when the Deep Wood beers get released. Taking a page from the NFL playbook, Revolution has expanded their Deep Wood program and releases gradually. It started off as one-to-two bombers being released each month from November to January/February. Not too bad on the ol’ bank account.