Tag: Glotography

Booze Review – Diplomatico Reserva Exclusiva


Prior to embarking upon our booze infused blogging adventures, we never took rum all that seriously. A mixer is what we called it, and most of our experiences involved tropical drinks made with white or golden rum such as the Pina Colada, Bahama Mama, Mojito, Daiquiri, Painkiller, and Mai Tai. […]

Beer Review – Victory Kühl Kölsch


Up until a few years ago, I had never heard of the German beer style called Kölsch. Here’s what a few of the top beer-centric websites have to say about it: Rate Beer: Golden, top-fermented style native to Köln, Germany. The style has a very narrow profile and many beers […]

Beer Review – Evil Twin Hipster Ale


What is a Hipster? Dictionary.com tells us that this word, which they consider to be slang, is a noun with three possible definitions: A usually young person who is trendy, stylish, or progressive in an unconventional way; someone who is hip. A person, especially during the 1950s and […]

Beer Review – Stone Delicious IPA


Yes. The Gargoyle is there. On the label. On the neck. And even on the cap. But this time around, there’s no Arrogance or Self Righteousness to be found. Deliciousness is what this IPA is all about. It says so on the label. Lemondrop and El Dorado Hops? […]