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Ok all you coffee connoisseurs, here's one for you. After you've successfully beat you seafood meal, you can wallow in Victory by having a nice slice of chocolate cake complimented with this coffee and vanilla porter. Beer Guys TV reviews Ballast Point Brewing's Victory At Sea porter, with dark fl
I don't know who started it, but rhubarb seems to be a Minnesota thing. If you've never had the tart stalk fruit, it's kind-of an acquired taste. So when we saw that one of our favorite brews was aged on rhubarb, we had to taste it. Besides, it is beer, and someone has to review it. Listen as the Be
It's been a little while since we released a podcast, but have no fear, BeerGuysTV is here! We took the summer off for some reason, but we enjoyed some beer while we were at it. We've started bakc in doing some podcast and this time we went to Wahoos Bar & Grill in Darwin, Minnesota. This is a b
We've gotten a lot of thing from the English, including language, literature, Monty Python, Benny Hill, and Dr. Who. Is English beer drama or humor? The Beer Guys give it their bloody best to review St. Peter's Organic English Ale. Listen to this episode to hear how well the Beer Guys like this brew
Nothing says summer like a hopped-up car...or a hopped up beer. This one from DeSchutes Brewing is plenty hopped up? How hopped up? It's Fresh Squeezed, that's how, if that even makes sense. Try to make sense of this episode while the Beer Guys talk about DeSchutes Brewing Fresh Squeezed IPA.
On a recent trip to Texas, one of the Beer Guys picked up this beer brewed in Fort Worth. It's a Scottish Style Ale named Iron Thistle. It's a seasonal ale available from February until it runs out, which might not be too long after. How does it fair on the Beer Guys palettes? This episode will reve
This Beer Guys TV Podcast brings you our review on brews created by Green Flash Brewing out of San Diego, CA. We try three; West Coast IPA, Hop Head Red, and the Double Stout Black Ale. Which was our favorite? You'll have to listen to find out.
I was recently in North Carolina for work and had a couple days off so I wandered around and found a couple places that offered some local craft beers. I had seen Natty Greene's Beers before but hadn't gotten a chance to try one. My first taste of this brew was from a bottle. This is Natty Greene's
There may, or may not be, a Beatles reference in this podcast about this particular brew. All the way from Vermont, this "not quite pale ale" traveled it's way to Minnesota. It's a pale ale of sorts, and hard to describe, bu the Beer Guys do their best. Listen as Greg Johnson, Jerry W. Cook, and Sha
A Stout is a Stout is a Stout...unless it's a Mint Stout. What?!? Mint? That's what we thought. What do we think? In this podcast, Beer Guys Shane, Greg, and Jerry taste test this dark elixir from Mankato Brewing, just one of the dozens of Minnesota breweries around the state. This is a seasonal sto
This beer was recent'y featured in the Minneapolis Star Tribune and touted as the best beer in America. It's brewed once a year and sells out in hours when it's released. Beer Guys Greg, Jerry, and Shane were lucky enough to get a six pack (albeit an expensive one), and are able to review this beer.
This beer is too strong. This beer is too weak. This beer is just right. The Beer Guys are a bunch of Goldilocks's and they simply can't agree which Oskar Blues beer might be just right for them...or can they? Beer Guys Greg Johnson, Shane Zeppelin, and Jerry W. Cook (the Third), give three beers fr