Posts Tagged ‘Lost Abbey’

Lost Abbey Red Poppy

Wednesday, September 1st, 2010

I apologize, I don’t recall how this beer came into my beer cave.  I know it came as part of a trade…. None-the-less, I’m surprised I still have room for more beer after the amazing showcase of Iron Brewer beer I had earlier tonight.  But, it is here and it’s time for this Lost Abbey Red Poppy to met its maker!

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Rant du jour

Thursday, August 5th, 2010

OK, I have a couple beers in me and it time to let the shit fly. Now I’m a firm believer in “every thing has its place”, but there are just some things in the craft beer world that is plain getting out of hand. eBay is my gripe of the day, rather rant du jour.

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Lost Abbey Framboise de Amorosa

Monday, July 12th, 2010

I’ve been looking forward to Lost Abbey’s Framboise de Amorosa since seeing it on New Brew Thursday‘s podcast with Ladies of Craft Beer, Taylor Shaw.  They all seemed to be enjoying the beer so much; I wanted to jump through my screen and join them!   Two months later, I have a bottle of in in hand, thanks to my buddy Scott for sending it eastward.  Hopefully this will live up to the hype I’ve built in my head.  You have to remember that Lost Abbey beers are not available in NJ, so this is a 400 case brewery only release beer took a bit longer to get.  So lets taste away!

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Lost Abbey Avant Garde

Tuesday, January 5th, 2010

I’ve been seeking a lot of west coast / midwest beers that I can’t get in New Jersey, such as Lost Abbey.  On the plate tonight is Lost Abbey’s Avant Garde. This beer was sent to me in a beer trade by Thomas Ham, otherwise known as the Average Beer Snob. I really like the way lost Abbey describes their beer:lostabbey_avant3 (more…)

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Lost Abbey Carnevale Ale

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

Officially my first Lost Abbey beer.  The unfortunate reality of living on the east coast, we don’t get many breweries from the west coast.  I suppose the same could be said the other way round or I wouldn’t have had the opportunity to trade beer to get this Lost Abbey Carnevale Ale.  This, like last night’s New Glarus Imperial Saison, the Carnevale Ale is also Saison style beer.lostabbey_carnevale2

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