Mother/Daughter Beer Review: Starr Hill Box of Chocolates

November 27, 2017 0

A couple years ago, my beer-lovin’ mom joined me to review some springtime samples from Starr Hill Brewing. She’s back for the holiday season, here to help me review the latest samples that Starr Hill was kind enough to send us: one bottle each from their Box of Chocolates variety pack. The pack starts with their Double Bass Chocolate Stout Read More

30 Second Beer Review: The Starrs of Summer

August 14, 2017 0

July disappeared in the blink of an eye. Despite what back-to-school displays and the growing number of pumpkin beers on the shelf may tell you, summer is still here. We have at least another month of warm weather, cookouts, and the pool. Fortunately, Starr Hill has a whole variety of beers for you to choose from – several of which Read More

120 Second Beer Review: Starr Hill’s 2017 Four Kings Pack

May 24, 2017 0

Starr Hill’s Four Kings variety pack is back for another run. The pack takes a very good beer — their King of Hop Imperial IPA — and gives it three different flavor variants. The variants and original are then packed in a case for your hoppy enjoyment. Last year, Chelsie and I reviewed the 2016 variety pack. This year, Starr Read More

She Said/She Said: Starr Hill Fall Tour Variety Pack

September 12, 2016 0

  After a long,  hot summer, it seems like Autumn is finally around the corner. Fall is my favorite beer season. In addition to the ubiquitous – and tasty – pumpkin ales and Oktoberfest offerings, I am a big fan of brown ales, fresh hop IPAs, and other offerings that pepper the stores like leaves on the sidewalk. Starr Hill Read More

Baseball Brews: Nationals Park in Washington, D.C.

May 12, 2016 1

One of my favorite Spring and Summer activities is going to a baseball game. I am lucky to live in an area where two Major League ballparks are within an hour of each other: Nationals Park, and Orioles Park at Camden Yards. My husband and I are Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals fans, respectively. Rivalry aside, I love visiting each Read More

Mother/Daughter Beer Review: Starr Hill The Hook & Starr Hill Sublime

May 6, 2016 2

One of my proudest accomplishments has been introducing my parents to craft beer. They started out being receptive to craft beer, but uncertain if it would ever replace Michelob Ultra or Blue Moon in their fridge. Now, they take beercations to Asheville, N.C., and text me photos of their beer flights from various breweries. I’m so proud, I’m not even Read More

STARR HILL: KING OF HOPS DIPA VARIANTS

April 5, 2016 0

Spring has sprung and so have the uber hopped up brews that make me so very, very happy. And, with that new varieties are popping up built off of solid base beers. Starr Hill Brewery (Charlottesville, VA) has created a NEW 12 pack case built on their King of Hop double india pale ale (IPA). It includes the original King Read More

Starr Hill Announces Summer IPA JamBEERee

April 4, 2016 0

It’s Spring, and the only things popping up faster than daisies are outdoor beer festivals! Starr Hill Brewing Company recently announced their IPA JAMBEEREE (note: incorporating that name into my own beer outings from now on). This outdoor festival will take place on Saturday, June 25th at Hangar Park in Crozet, VA (conveniently across from their brewery). The festival will Read More

30 Second Beer Review: Starr Hill Daily Grind Peppercorn Farmhouse Ale

March 23, 2016 0

Spring is in full swing, as are pint glasses filled with delicious spring beer! You know I’m a big fan of saisons, and I was very excited to learn that Starr Hill Brewing Co. recently debuted a new one: Daily Grind Peppercorn Farmhouse Ale, a new beer that’s part of their Heavy Rotation series. The series not only brings excellent Read More

Farewell, Dark Starr Stout

February 19, 2016 0

Fare you well, fare you well I love you more than words can tell. ~Grateful Dead One of my favorite breweries, Starr Hill, has announced several new beers and changes to their release schedule for 2016. These changes are exciting, but in order to move forward, a few things must be left behind. Sadly, this includes my beloved Dark Starr Read More

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