Groupo Modelo Victoria, Cerveza Doméstica de Mexico

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Groupo Modelo Victoria 4.04% ABV Now here at the KT we typically don’t write about foreign domestics but there have been some foreign domestics. I wrote about a few here when I visited the jewel of Central America Honduras back in May. Well this foreign domestic comes from Mexico City (brewed by Groupo Modelo) and is called Victoria […]

Shiner Blonde – A Cool Texas Brew to Beat the Heat

Shiner Blonde

Shiner Blonde – 4.4% ABV The name Shiner is synonymous with the state of Texas. First, it’s the name of a tiny town of about 2,000 people in southeast Texas. Secondly it’s the name of a beer label of the same name located in that tiny town. Being a Texas kid, I know the name […]

A Beer-Soaked Sun-Drenched Golden Colorado Weekend


My Golden Colorado Weekend For Labor Day Weekend, I flew out to Denver for the first time in nine years (still can’t believe it’s been that long) to see Roger – my best friend from high school and early college years – get married. He is a fellow beer lover and he and his friends […]

Winning the Craft Beer War One Lager at a Time: Sixpoint The Crisp (video)

Sixpoint The Crisp

Sixpoint The Crisp 5.4% ABV I have been on a quest to win over my father-in-law to the world of craft beers ever since he hit me with the line “my Heineken is still better” and since then I have taken it upon myself to convert him into a craft beer drinker. So far he has […]

Trying to Beat the Heat: Ayinger Altbairisch Dunkel (video)

Ayinger Altbairisch Dunkel

  Ayinger Altbairisch Dunkel 5% ABV All the Gold Bond in the world couldn’t stop me from sweating yesterday so I pulled out the big guns, BEER! The temperature in Jersey reached 101 and before you southern folks start playing the worlds tiniest violin for me, humidity plus high temperatures is not the same as dry heat […]

Lithuanian Lobster Lovers Beer

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Lobsters Lovers Beer (9.5% ABV) I had lunch today at one of my old favorite Greek/Eastern European delis (old because I havent been there in over a year) and tore up their very delicious beef and lamb gyro. Yum! While I waited for my order I strolled by their various sections of various foreign brands […]

Cerveza y La Isla del Encanto: Old Harbor Coqui (video)


Old Harbor Coqui Helles Lager 4.75%ABV Disclaimer: This episode was filmed entirely in Spanish, even though I’m writing in English now. I’m a terrible writer in Spanish so I’ll spare all of you the agony of deciphering my broken written Spanish. Also sorry about the poor video quality my wife kicked me out of my normal […]

Dopplebocks Gone Wild: Weihenstephaner Korbinian (video)

Weihenstephaner Korbinian

Weihenstephaner Korbinian Dopplebock 7.4 ABV I’ve developed something of an affinity for Dopplebocks because its the merger of two things I look for in a summer beer, flavor and quaffability. I love dark ales like stouts and belgian dark ales but during the summer months its hard to drink a beer that’s rich and thick […]

Its from Germany, So You Know its Got to be Good: Schneider Aventinus (video)


Schneider Aventinus 8.2% ABV The winter of 2011 introduced me to a style of beer that changed my perspective on dark beers forever. Wandering around a local homebrew shop looking for some kits to brew at home I came across Doppelbock, billed as a dark lager. Never having a proper dark lager and being out […]

On to Victory! Enjoying Prima Pils


Victory Prima Pils – 5.3% ABV  Greetings beer lovers! Time for another exciting review by yours truly. This time we go after the Prima Pils, brewed by Victory Brewing Company in Downingtown, PA. This was a fun adventure. I’ve stated before about my aversion to hoppy beers, but little by little I’m growing more fond […]