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Shamrock Stout | Goose Island

Shamrock Stout | Goose Island

It appears that this time of year brings out a fair amount of seasonal beers. Irish red ales, scotch ales, and dry stouts (or serf stouts if you’re Off Color) show up in force in late February and then disappear...

off color drowning shamrock

Drowning Shamrock | Off Color Brewing

March brings many things. The hope for better, nicer weather. Baseball spring training. March Madness. Irish red ales and Irish stouts. And the dreaded green. It absolutely overtakes the month of March, being dumped into libations at an exceeding rate....

temperance splash of red

Splash of Red | Temperance Beer Co.

Some beer styles have a long brewing history attached to them. Like hundreds of years. Shockingly, the Extra Special Bitter (ESB) isn’t one of them. First brewed in 1969 in London by Fuller, Smith & Turner, their Fuller’s ESB subsequently...