Interview: Ben and Riley of Intuition Ale Works

This article originally appeared in the September 2016 issue of EU Jacksonville. As mentioned last month, Intuition’s new 12,000 square foot brewery and taproom is now open. Despite running what now has to be Jacksonville’s most buzzworthy brewery, I was able to steal a few minutes from Intuition Ale Works Founder, Ben Davis, and Taproom Manager,… Read More Interview: Ben and Riley of Intuition Ale Works

Taste the Rivalry: Florida-Georgia Backyard Brawl

Every year around this time, Jacksonville gears up for one of the most storied rivalries in all of college football history as the Florida Gators take on the Georgia Bulldogs at EverBank Field. Affectionately known as the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party, the event is the source for much revelry over the course of the… Read More Taste the Rivalry: Florida-Georgia Backyard Brawl

What’s the deal with fresh and wet hop beers?

This article originally appeared in the September 2016 issue of EU Jacksonville. Hops have been used to flavor and preserve beer since the 8th century but didn’t become commonplace until around the 17th century. At the time, their use in beermaking was a disruptive innovation, allegedly provoking King Henry VIII to declare them “a wicked and… Read More What’s the deal with fresh and wet hop beers?

Adventure in Homebrewing: Intuition Collab (Part III)

I’ve tried homebrewing in the past with varying results. Mostly bad ones. Rather than botch another batch, I’m taking it to the masters, seeking out professional brewers and accomplished amateurs alike to help me hone my skills. I’m really passionate about three things: coffee, beer, and food. Music and sex are okay, too. When you… Read More Adventure in Homebrewing: Intuition Collab (Part III)

Adventures in Homebrewing: Get Jacked Collab (Part II)

I’ve tried homebrewing in the past with varying results. Mostly bad ones. Rather than botch another batch, I’m taking it to the masters, seeking out professional brewers and accomplished amateurs alike to help me hone my skills. I’m really passionate about three things: coffee, beer, and food. Music and sex are okay, too. When you… Read More Adventures in Homebrewing: Get Jacked Collab (Part II)

Adventures in Homebrewing: Get JACKED Collab (Part I)

I’ve tried homebrewing in the past with varying results. Mostly bad ones. Rather than botch another batch, I’m taking it to the masters, seeking out professional brewers and accomplished amateurs alike to help me hone my skills. I’m really passionate about three things: coffee, beer, and food. Music and sex are okay, too. When you… Read More Adventures in Homebrewing: Get JACKED Collab (Part I)

Sip on This: Beers You Should Be Drinking in September

Like all the best things in life, great beer is an ephemeral thing. Sure there are bottles worth aging (though fewer actually improve with age than you might think), but most are best fresh and in their season. These days it’s less about the availability of ingredients or limitations stemming from the weather – technology… Read More Sip on This: Beers You Should Be Drinking in September