The Better Beer Authority takes on Chimay Grande Reserve (Blue). It's from one of only 7 trappist breweries in the world - six in Belgium - one in The Netherlands. It's a quadruple Belgian dark strong ale. Which panelist do you think will love it the most? You might be surprised!
Monday, February 21, 2011
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
James Knott takes a second to explain the methods and philosophy behind the BBA rating scale. We are often told that are ratings are too low, but they were written that way on purpose. This is a rare look into the mind of the Better Beer Authority.
Posted by agileh at 11:47 PM
Monday, February 14, 2011
Hopslam comes out once a year with a lot of hype. It can be difficult to get your hands on and when you find it you pay a premium. Was it worth the hassle and price of admission? The Better Beer Authority discussed the merits of this highly sought-after beer.
Posted by agileh at 6:01 PM
Sunday, February 6, 2011
Tuesday, February 1, 2011
Looking for a great beer to warm you up in early spring? Prefer a maltier beer over a hop bomb? Does Reinheitsgebot get you a little randy? Ayinger Celebrator Dopplebock from the Bavarian region in Germany is a good choice for the seasoned veteran or the newbie looking to branch out. Find out whether the Better Beer Authority bows down for this double goat of a beer.
Posted by agileh at 8:59 AM