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Meanwhile in Ohio: Siberian Night

The last few weeks in Ohio have been nothing short of cold – at least for Ohio standards. I had to giggle when Alaska weather was warmer than it was here in the great Buckeye State. What about that cold … Continue reading

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Stone Imperial Russian Stout: Time To Start Cellaring My Beer

Imperial Stouts are thick, rich, full of complexity, and strong. A good Imperial Stout has a dark chocolate and/or coffee taste under the bitter hop flavors and slightly sweet malts. The smooth mouthfeel of a strong Imperial Stout, combined with … Continue reading

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Nøgne Ø: Imperial Stout

The name Nøgne Ø means “naked island”, and that description may mean nothing to many of you. The stark and barren rocks in the rough sea off Norway’s southern coast give rise to the term coined by the 19th-century Norwegian … Continue reading

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