There is a lot to like about RVA’s booming craft beer scene: tasty brews, tasting rooms with friendly barkeeps, live entertainment, and this idea that there is a well-cultured, high-brow approach to the age-old art of getting buzzed.
Yes, some of us are drinking a bit more than others. Too much, maybe.
Here's our list of shark-themed beers to check out while sweatin' it out during Shark Week:
Cisco - Shark Tracker AB-LandShark Dogfish - any beer Mudshark’s Havablue Wheat Beer Port - Shark Attack Port - Shark Bite Lost Coast - Great White McMenamins Hammerhead Ale
Cisco - Shark Tracker
Dogfish - any beer
Mudshark’s Havablue Wheat Beer
Port - Shark Attack
Port - Shark Bite
Lost Coast - Great White
McMenamins Hammerhead AleMiami brewing Shark Bait
As California enters yet another month of an unprecedented dry spell, some brewers are expressing concerns about how the ongoing drought could affect the price and taste of their product.
"The future is the thing we have to worry about now,” Dan Gordon, co-founder of Gordon Biersch Brewing Company in San Jose, said.
I take very seriously my role as the Lone Listicler, keeping my own counsel and avoiding the corrupting influences of scuttlebutt and daylight to provide the Beer Internet with its only fair and accurate source of rankings, slander, and bullshit. But I was nervous about this compilation of overrated beers, so I broke down and sought nominations from Twitter, my wife's coworkers, and various other rubes and rummies who may or may not know the first goddamn thing about the listicular arts.