Nov 16, 2016
Dogs are not disposable, Rebecca really needs a word of the day
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Blithering Idiot, Weyerbacher Brewing
Blithering Idiot, 11.1% ABV, is brewed in the British tradition of balanced, hearty ales. It’s a deep-copper ale with notes of date and fig. The finish is warm and fruity and begs for the next sip.
Enjoy Blithering Idiot in a brandy snifter or wine glass with full-flavored meats and cheeses or as an after dinner drink. This wonderful brew is available year-round. Lay a few down. Aging only helps a barleywine develop more complexity. This fine ale will keep for years. We feel comfortable setting our “Best By” date out to five years beyond the bottling date.
Route of all Evil Black Ale, Two Roads Brewing
A hefty Black Ale with profound malt and hop complexity. Neither Stout nor Porter, it will be its own thing – full-bodied, bold and black. Flavor characteristics of dark chocolate, mocha, molasses and dark fruits. Balanced by piney citrusy notes of Pacific Northwest hops. Full-bodied and uncommonly satisfying at 7.5% alcohol.
Rebecca is Drinking:
Sufferfest Epic Pilsner, Sufferfest Brewing
Our Epic Pilsner is big, bright and especially satisfying on a hot day or after a good sweat. With full-bodied earth tones and a hint of spice, the Epic’s Saaz hops brings a zesty start, followed by a rich grain flavor to finish like a winner. Complete with its pale sunshine color, this beer stands up to its name.
Zombue Killer, B. Nektar
Tart cherry sweetness up front with full, yet crisp fermented cider. Heavy apple skin compliments the cherry. Sweet, creamy honey rounds the flavor and balances the tartness of the cherry. Light carbonation lifts the flavor while the honey smooths the overall mouthfeel. Finishes crisp and clean.