Archive for category Organic Beer

New Planet Tread Lightly Ale Beer

Posted by on Monday, 21 January, 2013
New Planet Tread Lightly Ale Gluten Free Beer

New Planet Tread Lightly Ale is a gluten free beer that I’ve been dying to try. I found this delightful brew at Binnys in Chicago. A four-pack will cost you $8.99. Supposedly New Planet Beer will be arriving in Wisconsin sometime in 2013. One can only keep their fingers crossed! Anyway, this gluten free beer […]

Samuel Smith’s Organically Produced Lager Beer

Posted by on Friday, 28 October, 2011
Samuel Smith

For those of you who are not familiar with Mr. Samuel Smith’s organic beers, allow me to introduce you. Samuel Smith’s is a small independent British brewery. It was established in 1758 and it’s also Yorkshire’s oldest brewery. Cool, huh? Samuel Smith Brewery offers a variety of ales, stouts, fruit flavored, porters, pale ales, ciders […]

New Grist Gluten-Free Beer

Posted by on Wednesday, 16 March, 2011
Lakefront Brewery Gluten-Free New Grist Beer

It’s really hard to find gluten-free beer. But so far, in my sweet town of Green Bay, I’ve found 2: Redbridge and New Grist. New Grist is the creation from Lakefront Brewery located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. To read all about Lakefront Brewery click here. New Grist, as I said, is gluten-free and the ingredients are: […]

Redbridge Gluten-Free Sorghum Beer

Posted by on Wednesday, 26 January, 2011
Redbridge Gluten Free Sorghum Beer Wheat Free Barley Free

Redbridge is my first ever gluten-free beer. The problem I have with wheat beers is NOTHING compared to someone with Celiacs Disease or some other problem like a food allergy but if I drink something like a Blue Moon, just call me Pass Gas Priscilla. It seriously keeps me up at night, and this little […]

Eel River Brewing Company Organic Porter

Posted by on Thursday, 13 January, 2011
Eel River Brewing Company Certified Organic Porter

A friend of mine brought over a sixer of beer.  I’ve never seen or heard of this Organic Porter brand either so I was pleasantly surprised to try something new.  It’s a certified organic Porter by Eel River Brewing Company.  Here’s a little trivia tidbit for you; this is America’s 1st, I’ll repeat that, 1st […]

Sam’l Smith Organic Strawberry Fruit Ale

Posted by on Friday, 10 September, 2010

Time for a good ‘ol fruit ale beverage.  The last one I tried was a Sam’l Smith Cherry so why not go the same route again??  This go around I decided upon the Strawberry flavor.  I like strawberries and I like bubbly beer; it sounded like it was time to try them out together. First […]

Grimbergen Blonde Belgium Abbey Ale

Posted by on Sunday, 27 June, 2010
Grimbergen Blonde Belgium Abbey Ale

This is the best beer ever.  EVER. I know I usually talk about organic beers and whatnot but I simply couldn’t help myself.  This fermented beverage is just too good.  To quote them directly, “This beer was first brewed back as far as the middle ages by Norbertine monks.”  Well, those monks sure knew what […]

Organic Beer, England Style

Posted by on Sunday, 20 June, 2010
St. Peter

Now I know you’re not supposed to pick out your beers based upon cute bottles, BUT it was really cute and I simply couldn’t help myself.  Cute bottle must mean delicious beer, right?  Well…maybe not.  The beer in question was St. Peter’s Organic English Ale. I wondered why the bottle itself caught my eye.  When […]

Organic Cherry Fruit Ale Beer

Posted by on Monday, 14 June, 2010
Samuel Smith Organic Cheery Fruit Ale

I like beer.  And I also like fruit.  So why not put them together?  Well, that’s at least what  the Samuel Smith Brewery thought.  This beer is made with organic wheat and organic barley combined with the tartness of organic cherry juice in this one of a kind fruit ale. I’ve never had a fruit […]

Peak Organic Beer

Posted by on Wednesday, 26 May, 2010
Peak Organic Company, Espresso Amber Ale

My girlfriend bought a bunch of random organic beers for us to try and she was super excited about this one in particular.  It’s an espresso amber ale.  Sounds gross, right?  That’s what I thought too, until I tried it.   It tastes just like espresso.  Bubbly espresso, actually.  It’s kinda hard to describe because it […]