I don’t know how I’ve never had the regular IPA from Avery in all my years of drinking. I’ve had their hoppy as hell Maharaja, but never their standard version. I recently found myself at BevMo! looking for a beer to take to a friend’s party and these cool looking cans caught my eye. Since I’m always looking for new IPAs and cans make you look cool, I figured this would be the way to go.
Avery INDIA PALE ALE is an American IPA with a 6.5% ABV.
Oskar Blues was the first craft brewery I had heard of who was exclusively canning their beers. Now that I know the benefits of canning and have had the pleasure of trying craft beer from a can, it seems like they made the right decision. I’m admittedly not a Pilsner man, but I’m always willing to try a well made craft ale and MAMA’S LITTLE YELLA PILS is no exception.
Mama’s Little Yella Pils is an adjunct free Pilsner with a bigger than it’s mass-market brethren 5.3% ABV.
On the way home from work one Friday I felt the urge to pick up a six-pack of a fine American craft beer. I swung into the Bevmo! by my work and saw the new canned version of Joe’s Premium American Pilsner sitting on the shelf. I’m always down for trying new beers and canned beers are still relatively new to me, so of course I felt the need to buy it. With my new sixer in hand I headed home for an evening of basketball and brews.
Joe’s Premium American Pilsner is a pilsner (or according to Beer Advocate, an American Pale Lager) with a 4.7% ABV and 42 IBUs.
Siamese Twin Ale is a Belgian dubbel from the Uncommon Brewers. This canned brew has a 8.5% ABV.