And thats the big fun of this beer evolution/revolution there are many choices. You dont have to like them all.
Now this is beer, I said aloud after the first big swig. Delicious upfront Noble hops followed by sweet biscuity maltiness.
So how did the ugly 16-ounce pint become the most popular personal beer delivery system in America?
It comes on with a big splurge of biscuit and smoky dark chocolate, and then finishes on a strangely thin and astringent note.
I always wondered what turns a person into a snob. What makes someone climb atop a high horse because they are convinced they know more than anyone else on a subject?
I had my first taste while in England at the age of 18. I was living at a pub called the White Swan in the village of Bicker, Lincolnshire. The night before I first tasted Guinness
Age before beauty, I thought, and sampled the 2012 first and was immediately seduced by a refined and mellow beer that laid back on the palate and suggested the dichotomy of darkness and light.
As a killer arctic wind chill enveloped the land on the coldest day so far of this new year, I cracked open a roasty, toasty Double Vision Doppelbock
This British upstart makes a bunch of interesting beers, but Ive only seen a few varieties here.
I found a place in Sister Bay that sells 12-packs of bottled Grain Belt. Perhaps that means nothing to you, but Im from originally from Minnesota. Duluth, in fact.
It had been a long week and I felt like I deserved a treat, so I closed my eyes and reached into my beer cellar (the bottom row of my fridge) and pulled out, ta da, a bottle of St. Peters Cream Stout
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