Archives: Brewer: The Lost Abbey

Veritas 004

November 18, 2009 by Aaron Goldfarb | No Comments | Filed in Brewer: The Lost Abbey, Country: America, Grade: A plus, Style: Wild Ale

The Brew Slut* The Brew Slut had considered calling herself the Brew Hottie, or the Brew Bitch, or even the Brew HasAVagina, but ultimately nixed all those options.  The Brew Hottie sounded too childish, the Brew Bitch sounded too aggressively feminist, dykeish even, and she in no way wanted any cute beer geeks to think […]

Lost Abbey Angel’s Share(s)

July 29, 2009 by Aaron Goldfarb | No Comments | Filed in Brewer: The Lost Abbey, Country: America, Grade: A regular, Style: Strong Ale

Who says Twitter is useless? Well, pretty much everybody who isn’t producing bad movies that they don’t want you to know are bad via word of mouth and Iranian elections protesters that no one is paying attention to.  I too found one swell use for it recently.  Allow me to elucidate.  Back in May I […]

Battle of the Imperial Stouts

June 4, 2009 by Aaron Goldfarb | No Comments | Filed in Brewer: Avery, Brewer: Deschutes, Brewer: The Lost Abbey, Country: America, Grade: A plus, Grade: A regular, Grade: A-, Style: Stout

Deschutes The Abyss (2008) 11% ABV bottled vs. Avery The Czar 11.03% ABV bottled vs. The Lost Abbey Serpent’s Stout 10.5% ABV bottled When you’re a besotted loner, it’s virtually impossible to do blind taste tests.  What are you going to do?  Have your cat pour you some beers and mix them up?  Visiting friends […]

The Lost Abbey Carnevale Ale

May 19, 2009 by Aaron Goldfarb | 3 Comments | Filed in Brewer: The Lost Abbey, Country: America, Grade: B plus, Style: Saison/Farmhouse Ale

6.5% ABV from a 750 mLer You know you’re a New Yorker when you sing and dance to your ipod while walking the streets.  I’m not talking a slight, unwitting head bob, a silent mouthing of the lyrics to a favorite song in particular.  I’m talking straight up, belting out the lyrics with a 90% […]

The Lost Abbey Lost & Found Abbey Ale

November 5, 2008 by Aaron Goldfarb | No Comments | Filed in Brewer: The Lost Abbey, Country: America, Grade: B plus, Style: Dubbel

7.5% ABV from a bomber In the 1960s, Stanford University psychologist Walter Mischel conducted a famous experiment. He gave a group of four-year-olds a single marshmallow, telling them they could have it to eat that very moment. However, were they to wait for just twenty minutes, he would then give each child two marshmallows. Tracking […]