BrewChief.com Review of Centennial Single Hop (Flying Dog Brewing Co.) : Ah yes, the single hop Imperial IPA, one of the best educational tools in all of craft beer. If you ever want to study what different hop varieties bring to the table, then line up a bunch of single hop IPAs and get to work. Many breweries have caught the single hop buzz and have started producing their versions. But, many fall short because they strive to obtain balance by default. These beers are not meant to be...
BrewChief.com Review of International Arms Race (Flying Dog Brewing Co.) : Don't let anyone ever tell you that the craft beer world isn't exciting. Let me tell you a story. Two breweries, Flying Dog out of the US and BrewDog out of Scotland, decided to go head to head in an international arms race. The challenge: create an IPA without using hops. That loud clunk you just heard? That was your brain gears locking up. Oh, and it gets better. In order to declare a victor, battle events were set...
Flying Dog Kujo Imperial Coffee Stout. Sweetened dark roast coffee, marshmallow and hints of red licorice upfront. Mid-palate shows some french vanilla, milk chocolate, plum and heavily roasted barley. Finishes like a cup of sweetened dark roast coffee with plenty of cream. For the full review visit: beeradvocate.com/... #Craft #Beer #Reviews
Baltimore Sun on MD's top 20 Brews: "It's hard to believe how fast Maryland's brewing scene has grown -- from upstarts like Evolution to veteran brands such as Flying Dog. In a few months, you'll start to see cans from our latest addition, Union Craft Brewing. What better time to be a local beer lover? we sampled about 50 Maryland bottled and canned beers..."