Beer’d Brewing Beers

Beer’d Brewing Company Beers

My visit to Beer’d Brewing is here.

Beer List:

logAmerican Brown Ale
Artemis, A-
Bumper Crop DIPA, A
By the Bushel Belgian Ale
For Your Consideration DIPA
Fruition DIPA
Ghost Eagle Pale Ale
Grovestand DIPA, A
Harbinger IPA
Hop-A-Boat IPA
Hobbit Juice DIPA
Imperialized Anomaly, A+
Midnight Oil Oatmeal Stout, A-
P^2 Porter
Realization DIPA
Riff DIPA, A
Roulette RIS
Sojourner Saison, B+
Trouble Tripel
Vegemite Sandwich DIPA, A+
Weight Of Sound DIPA, A
Whisker’d Wit, A
World At Large Pale Ale, A+

Bottle/Barrel-Aged List:

Ethereal Gin Barrel Aged Realization
Imperial Trouble Belgian Tripel
Nano-a-Nano Relic Collaboration, B+


Funny how social media works. After merely posting my link to my page about a few visits to Beer’d on Twitter, it got retweeted and favorited as much as anything else I’ve ever written. That’s great and all, but hey, I do important fundraising for the Smith-Magenis Syndrome Research Foundation too! How about giving that some love… and relove. Buncha Drunks.

beer'dAnyway, it was pretty cool. I chalk it up to the fact that Aaren at Beer’d is cool and his beer it top notch. Certainly not because of anything I wrote or did. But I got an interesting question about that initial tweet: Why didn’t I tag @Beer’d when I notified my little Twitter world of my page?

Especially when I was fairly effusive about my love of Aaren, his wife Precious , and the beer itself?

Because I don’t do that. I let my website speak for itself and I let it grow organically and through word-of-mouth/Internet. Note: when I add ads to raise money for the aforementioned SMSRF, my philosophy will change. I’m not stupid.

I don’t do it because then I’d feel like I’d either have to A) do it all the time every time I publish a new page (tweet at the entity I’ve written about) or B) cherry-pick those entities I have written positively about. The former is tiresome and bothersome and the latter is corny and lame. So I just never do it.

Aaren got wind of the page within minutes anyway, and that’s just better in my weird, curmudgeon, OCD-riddled mind.

So there you have it: a bunch of CTMQ insider information you didn’t care to know.

What you may care to know is how I truly feel about Beer’d’s beers. In short, they are excellent. In long, let’s get to ‘em!




My visit to the brewery
Beer’d Brewing Company
CTMQ’s page on CT Breweries and Brewpubs
CTMQ Drinks every CT Beer

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