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Author: jknight

Forks, Mail Trucks, and a Macchiato

When snow comes to town I don’t stop riding but I’ll wait until the streets clear. Then I hop on my fixed gear bike for quick run around town that is a great workout and an excuse for different kind of Porter.

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NJ Sports History and a Red IPA

Whilst most people know Paterson, NJ for the Great Falls I’m as fascinated by some lesser known landmarks like Hinchcliffe Stadium. In this post I’ll share some photos, sports history and my review of a Red IPA.

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Going Home

This beer pours an apricot/orange with a thick head that dissipates slowly and leaves good lacing. Aroma is orange juice. As the can says, citrus, tropical, hazy and juicy, to which I would add a bit dank, grassy and piney. Moderate... Read More

NYC Century – Starting Point

About the Beer – Wheels Gose Round is a limited edition brew from Left Hand Brewing intended to help raise awareness for Multiple Sclerosis research and Team Left Hand Bike MS rides. The NYC Century raises money for alternative... Read More

NYC Century – Getting Ready

Help! On the Way! is the 4th release in Southern Tier’s Science is the Art Collection and I’ll say up front I hope its not too late to find #’s 1 -3. This is a fruity Double IPA that has a heck of body and its creamy... Read More

NYC Century – Almost Done

Pours a bronze color with a small head. Strong malty aroma. Flavor is maltier, strong, a noticeable bitterness and hints of earth. Good body and feel. Overall, an earthy pale ale, that is stronger, and does come together nicely, especially... Read More

NYC Century – Celebration

Pours a pretty dark amber for a lager with a fast dying head. Smell was nothing amazing but the taste was very clean with a bit of a metallic finish at the end that was unique but not overpowering. Overall, a fine lager that’s true... Read More

CA in NJ – Part 3

Comes as advertised.  Clear coppery pour with a fine, right head. Big vanilla smell that is slightly less in taste but definitely still there. Virtually no hops to speak of, but they are there in the forms of a slightly bitter aftertaste.... Read More