Carib BLUE: Ultra-Premium ‘Strong Lager’ Disappointment
Launched in 2021, Carib BLUE is an ultra-premium strong lager from Trinidad that sadly is not much of a departure from regular Carib to me.
Carib Christmas Memories of Fun Times in Tobago
Spending the Holiday Season anywhere in the Caribbean is nice. A Carib Christmas enjoyed in Tobago, though, is extra-special to me.
Cerveza Hatuey: Back To The Future (Sort of) Sabor de Cuba
The story of Cerveza Hatuey is really the story of 3 beers. It's also the story of a brave man and Cuba's enduring fight against oppression.
🇻🇮U.S. Virgin Islands
Good Times Mingling With Pale Tourists in St. Thomas
Much maligned, they are the butt of a seemingly endless string of jokes. They are the pale tourist. This is their beer.
Island Pirate Ale and The Birth of Bahamian Craft Beer: Friday Happy Hour
Island Pirate Ale is one of five new brews launched in 2014 by Pirate Republic Brewing, a new enterprise heralded as The Bahamas' first craft brewery.
🇧🇸Green Turtle Cay
Bahamian Friday Happy Hour in Green Turtle Cay
Bahamian Friday happy hour celebrations are best enjoyed with some ice-cold Sands Beer, a boat, and calm seas.
Friday Happy Hour: Royal Jamaican Alcoholic Ginger Beer
Ginger beer mixes so nicely with rum that I would never dream of combining it with any other spirit, much less beer. Royal Jamaican, however, begs to differ.
Cerveza Presidente: Gringo Beer With a Doubly Dark Past
Cerveza Presidente, the Dominican Republic brew, is a prime example of the fact that beer and politics tend to make strange bedfellows.
Toasting Obama’s Trip to Jamaica, But Not With Talawah Lager
Here's hoping that the Prez registers sweet memories of Jamaica over a local brew during his time in Kingston. Just not this one...