• Perry’s Brewer Preview/Unboxing
    Posted in: Home Brewing

    Full Disclosure: Recently Perry’s Brewer sent me a one gallon beer making kit and the accompanying stout beer ingredients. By recently, I mean way back in January. (My apologies go out to the crew at Perry’s Brewer for the delay.) Like the rest of my blog and unfortunately my brewing hobby, it’s been kind of […]

  • White House Honey Porter from Midwest Supplies Review
    Posted in: Beer, Featured

    It’s been a while since my last blog post. Sometimes life, a new job, etc…just gets in the way of blogging. However, I’m back and you can look for more regular posts from Passion For The Pint. The last time we talked, I wrote about the White House Honey Porter from Midwest Supplies. Since then, […]

  • Casks For A Cause: Tampa Are You Ready?
    Posted in: Craft Beer

    Tampa, are you ready for another beer fest? I hope so, because this one is filled with cask conditioned beers and it helps a good cause. Win/win! Casks For A Cause is this Saturday (March 24th 2-6pm) at Cigar City Brewing and will feature beers like Stone’s Cali-Belgique, Shipyard’s Export Ale, Tampa Bay Brewing Company’s […]

  • Beer Influenced Recipes For St Patty’s Day
    Posted in: Beer

    I’m only about a half Irish, but St Patty’s Day is one of my favorite holidays. These days I tend to stay in and avoid amateur night at the Irish bars, but I’ll still break out my Dropkick Murphy’s and maybe even take it old school and find some Clancy Brothers on Pandora. Of course, […]

  • How Long Does Fermentation Take To Start?
    Posted in: Home Brewing

    How Long Does Fermentation Take To Start? I remember my first batch of homemade beer. I brewed it, pitched the yeast, put the lid on the white bucket, put on the blue lid and topped it off with an airlock. I put it away in the closet, closed the door and immediately started wondering how […]

  • Dogfish Head’s Noble Rot: Beer Meets Wine
    Posted in: Craft Beer

    I was browsing through my beer reading today and a couple articles came up about one of Dogfish Head’s newest beers, Noble Rot. There was a beer review and on the Washington Post an article called Dogfish’s Noble Rot blurs line between wine and beer. I know that Dogfish Head gets all of the attention, but usually […]