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We'll have a bigger breakdown of the event later but for now, here's the full results of the 2019 March Madness Bottle Share Tournament. Here's a link to the PDF version since that will probably be a lot easier to read. For the first time ever, a non-pastry stout has won the Bottle Share Tournament. … Continue reading 2019 Tournament Results
Following our 5th annual March Madness Bottle Share Tournament, I decided to look through the past to put together some notes and observations about previous tourneys. Pastry stouts have won 4 out of 5 previous tournamentsA Wild beer, has been in the Final 4 of every tournament, and in the Finals 3xPeople ask if the … Continue reading March Madness Quick Hits
The recap of the 2018 March Madness Bottle Share Tournament is finally up. We're about 2 weeks from the 2019 Tournament. With 18 participants, including 8 first timers, the Tourney is back and as big as ever. Follow along on Twitter @MMBeerTourney, and Instagram @Ferowcious
We love to mix our beer and our gambling over here (see March Madness for details.) With that in mind, we've published a list of futures odds for the winner of Best in Show at the Festival of Barrel Aged Beers. I'd say this is for entertainment purposes only but with the federal changes on … Continue reading FoBAB 2018 Best In Show Futures – Odds to Win
*Last Updated 9/4/18* I often get asked by friends and acquaintances coming to Chicago what my favorite places are to get a great beer in the city of Chicago. I've lived here since 2010, and jumped in the scene in 2012 or so. It's been interesting watching how things have progressed and changed as time … Continue reading Wet Your Beak: Chicago Top 10 Craft Beer Bars
Hey guys! Are you excited for Neapolitan stouts?! Strawberry! Chocolate! Vanilla! You know, like that great beer Cycle and 3 Sons made, or the allegedly unsanctioned Bourbon County Brand Scooop also made by 3 Sons, or that More Double Rainbow that was pretty okay? What about a cinnamon forward Horchata stout? It could be a … Continue reading The Great Bourbon County Brand Swerve