It’s five in the morning when the alarm goes off. I’m already awake. I can’t ever sleep when I have something important to do the next day. Today I am going to Union Station to meet with the LA Beer Bloggers. Firestone Walker has invited us to tour their facilities. A farm that supplies their […]
After much anticipation, my review of Firestone Walker Double DBA is finally here. I reviewed DBA a week back to refresh my memory and now we will examine the latest addition to Firestone Walker’s Proprietors Reserve Series.
As a follow-up to my last post on Firestone Walker Double Jack, I felt it only fair to give the beer it’s derived from, Union Jack, a review as well.
Happy Independence Day everyone! July doesn’t have a whole lot on the books for the start of the month, but as always I’ll keep this up to date as more things come up.
I’ve written about quite a few of Firestone Walker’s darker beers (like Parabola, Sucaba, and Wookey Jack) but have very much been looking forward to writing about their IPAs, Double Jack and Union Jack. First up is Double Jack, Firestone Walker’s year round double IPA.
June is looking a bit a slow right now, but things should pick up a bit towards the end of the month. We do have a couple of Brasserie d’Achouffe events at the start of the month.
I’m here at Blue Palms Brewhouse in Hollywood for their Firestone Walker tap takeover. I’ll be live blogging my review of The 2012 release of Parabola. Parabola is Firestone Walker’s annually released barrel aged Russian imperial stout. This brew is released around May or June and is relatively easy to come by if you know […]
Got some more free stuff for your guys. This time we have a nice little package from Firestone Walker Brewing Co. CONTEST IS CLOSED All you need to do is head on over the the Facebook page and leave a comment on this picture saying which Firestone Walker beer is your favorite. It’s that easy! […]
I’m at the Whole Foods in Venice for the official release of Firestone Walker Wookey Jack, a black IPA made with rye, Amarillo hops, and “wookey dust”. I will be sure to ask Mr. Walker for a description of what wookey dust actually consists of and, since I’m in Venice, if it is vegan.
So while I’m working on my next post, here is a list of some upcoming beer events to wet your whistle: