“If you want Beer Sprite then, by all means, enjoy Beer Sprite.”
Civil Society’s Got ‘Em IPA is good hops, and the sneakerhead-inspired label is really smart.
That snow sky paid off, for a few hours anyway. I hustled out to get a fire started so I could drink some coffee in the snow.
We ended up with about 4 inches. This measurement was after it had been raining/sleeting a bit. It would have been a ton of snow if we’d gotten 5 degrees colder.
That morning coffee was the only time I left the house. I spent the evening working on this miso-marinated flank steak stir fry. It was a tasty but I already know what changes I’m making for next time.
Beer-in-the-snow postscript, because beer and firepits are like “peas and carrots”, as Forrest would say.
Streaming old TV, more improv podcasts, we go long on home automation and organization:
- Mike – Boulevardier
- Adam – Marlowe Ales – The Way Things Were
###Followup and Footnotes
Still too costly, and still de-lish-us.
Tough one. I don’t like Belgian beers generally, and this quad was a total no-go.
Can’t all be winners, man.
I drank it already. It’s a other solid IPA. Clown Shoes makes good beers.
Chocolate Sombrero. I think “Mexican-Style” means pepper spicy. There might be something there but it’s pretty mild. The Prairie Bomb is my reference for this kind of thing.
It’s only okay.
Bubble Farm IPA is neither West Coast pine nor East Coast haze which is a nice switch-up in 2020.
This one is tasty.
Malt malt malt. And 8%. Too much for me.