Category: Review

Oskar Blues Oskar’s Lager Review


While we’re huge fans of high-test beers such as Imperial Stouts, Double IPAs, Belgian Tripels, and other knock-you-on-your-ass brews, there comes a time when all you’re looking for is something refreshing with just a wee bit of alcohol to take the edge off. Sessionable is the word we’re […]

Samuel Smith Imperial Stout Review


1758. That’s the year when Yorkshire, England’s Samuel Smith Brewery was born. That’s 15 years before the Boston Tea Party, 17 years before the ride of Paul Revere, and 18 years before the signing of the Declaration of Independence. In other words, Samuel Smith Brewery has been making […]

Paulaner Salvator Review


On today’s episode of A Tasting at The Murder Table, we’re sampling a beer that’s been brewed for over 375 years. It comes from Paulaner which is in Munich, Germany, which is in Europe. You know Europe. It’s as Eddie Izzard once say, “Where the history comes from…”. […]