The Beers of Texas part 10 Saint Arnold Endeavor Double IPA

This is a very good beer. Double-IPA, very hoppy but tasty. The color is so beautiful, “coppery gold” like another person described. I feel like this is the definition of a very good beer (at least for me): “bold and hoppy” (like its label says), very tasty (malty/hoppy IPA), beautiful color and aroma and, last

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Local Buzz from Four Corners Brewing, Part 9 of the Beers of Texas Series

The beer, if poured into a glass, has a slight, quickly dissipating white head and a wonderfully deep, copper color.   Honey flavor up front with a sharp spicy rye finish. It is a medium bodied brew, but full flavored at heart, which is a great combination. The fragrance is very much like smelling fresh rye

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The Beers of Texas Part 6 – Shoofly Coconut Lime Ale

This is a seriously funky beer. If Jimmy Buffet was not making Land Shark Larger, he would be brewing this. This is a really tropically flavored beer. Shoofly Coconut Lime Ale is a refreshing golden ale blended with natural flavors of coconut and lime.  Floral notes complement the mellow coconut and understated lime flavors. The

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