Get in the festive spirit and drink up.
India Pale Ale — it’s a style that’s almost synonymous with the second coming of American craft beer and (as we previously discussed) a style...
Though the "holiday season" ranks lower than St. Patty's Day and Cinco de Mayo in terms of top drinking holidays, we at COED tend to think it's the longest lasting drinking holiday. While others get 24 hours to flex their beer muscles, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and Festivus collectively occupy a month's worth of partying. After that first week, you'll get tired of the same old sh*t. So, why not snatch up some of these delectable holiday brews?
Football season is upon us, and with it comes all of the raucous excitement of tailgating before each and every college or pro football game. Stock up on a variety of these delicious brews to ensure your tailgate is properly fueled for those cool, blustery fall and winter weekend afternoons. Once the sun starts to fade and the chilly wind starts to pick up, you’ll be looking for something to warm you up, and it probably won’t be hot chocolate.
The leaves are slowly beginning to change, and so are the seasonal beers, switching from wheat and fruit inspired brews into darker, warmer flavors. Whether it's a pumpkin ale, Oktoberfest, or brown ale, there's more than enough exciting choices to browse on your next visit to the liquor store. The end of summer might be a bummer, but any of these brews are sure to help you forget about bikinis and beaches.
It's that time of year again! Following the release of a number of brilliant spring beers, a wonderful array of summer seasonals are next up to satisfy everyone’s anxious palates. Featuring new releases from Southern Tier, Sierra Nevada, Lagunitas, and Bell's, you're going to be busy sampling and searching for a favorite. From California to New York, all of the top breweries have something fascinating and exciting to try.
Now this is what I’m talking about. Sierra Nevada is hardly a slouch when it comes to quality beer, but its Harvest Ale batch puts...