Jim Lundstrom

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Thu. Dec. 10th, 2015

Say Uncle to This Dunkel

Jim Lundstrom

I never met a beer from Ayinger that I didn’t love. The 138-year-old brewery in Aying, Germany, can do no wrong in my book.

Thu. Oct. 22nd, 2015

Night Tripping

Jim Lundstrom

It pours bible black with a deep tan head that looks good enough to dive into, which I do.

Wed. Oct. 14th, 2015

A Sweet Tart and a Monstrous Wit

Jim Lundstrom

Traditional Old Ale went through a secondary fermentation with either naturally occurring or introduced wild yeast, which resulted in the pucker factor.

Wed. Sep. 30th, 2015

Nothing to Get Surly About

Jim Lundstrom

Of all the assumed attitudes out there, I think surly is my least favorite.

Wed. Sep. 23rd, 2015

PC Police Pick On the Wrong Skull Splitter

Jim Lundstrom

A few years back, the PC police tried to lower the boom on Skull Splitter, a big malty ale from the Orkney Brewery. It’s a beer that has been revered by beer enthusiasts for as long as I can remember.

Thu. Sep. 3rd, 2015

Getting Fruity

Jim Lundstrom

Oh, no! It’s happened again…I’ve fallen for another fruity beer.

Wed. Aug. 26th, 2015

Falling for a new fall beer

Jim Lundstrom

It hits all the right notes of a fall beer, yet it’s unlike any fall seasonal in my memory save Capital’s Autumnal Fire, which I once described as liquid candy.

Thu. Aug. 20th, 2015

Cherry Bounce and Fritz the Lawnmower Man

Jim Lundstrom

My first successful homebrew experiment was a cherry stout, using as a base one of the recipes in Charlie Papazian’s landmark homebrew book.

Wed. Jul. 29th, 2015

Tangerine Dream

Jim Lundstrom

This is just what it says it is – Tangerine. Big tangerine nose, lovely tangerine flavor, and even a hazy tangerine color to this tangerine wheat beer from Lost Coast Brewery.

Thu. Jul. 23rd, 2015

Pass the Pudding, Please!

Jim Lundstrom

When asked at what I thought was the end of my first English Sunday dinner if I wanted pudding, my first thought was to say, no, that’s OK. I’m full of roast beast and starchy tubers