If you’re no longer scared of the dark, then there’s no reason to be afraid of our stout. A generous portion of rolled oats and lots of black roasted barley give this beer a warm, roasted nose, and a distinct dryness that succumbs to waves of lingering satisfaction.
REVIEW: Hell’s Basement Brewing
Hell’s Basement has recently opened its doors in Medicine Hat, Alberta. I have tried 5 of their recent craft beers and the following are my two favorites.
A Flight While Waiting for Your Flight
My son’s desire to take a rest before walking to our gate all the way on the other side of the Cleveland Airport led to a chance finding of Great Lakes Brewing Co. Nothing like a flight before a flight!
Welcome to the Darkside We Have Beer!
My love for dark beers leads the passion in this article. I put out a call for the best porters, stouts and black ales on twitter and my followers delivered. I found some new loves and old favorites in these brews. Some coffee porters strong enough to wake you up midday and a chocolate stout that tasted like a malted ice cream.