Regrann from @kara_bo_beer_a - Covered in Puppies; Trillium/Omnipollo DIPA Collab.
Nose is jam packed with tangerine and mango. Juicy and slightly sweet.
Who doesn't want to be covered in puppies?! Seriously.
4.5/5 @beerselfie -
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Single In The Sun is a Belgian-style Single brewed by Barrel of Monks Brewing ( @barrelofmonks ), and for the purposes of this craft beer review, the ale was served in a tulip glass from a bottle. The Single pours a cloudy yellow-gold and is topped by a finger-thick cap of fizzy white froth that bubbles away rapidly. The reduction doesn’t leave behind any lace or residue. The aroma is faint but wafts a scent of grain and yeast. The palate begins with a taste of cracker that transitions to lightly tart citrus flavors of grapefruit and lemon. Spicy phenols are picked up on the backend and impart a taste of pepper and clove. A light base of biscuit and honey tie the palate together. Its feel is crisp, dry, and lively with a medium-light body and high carbonation. Overall, here’s the bad news first: its appearance doesn’t meet the expectations for the style as its head retention is poor and it lacks that trademark Belgian lace. And its aroma is simple and faint. But this Single does receive high marks for its feel and flavor. Its tart and spicy palate combine beautifully with its carbonic feel. Single In The Sun is so easy to tilt back and very refreshing. Could make for a good lawnmower beer. ½
Beer of the night: New Belgium Brewing's Fat Tire Belgian Style Ale. A throwback to '96 for me!
Look what's about to drop as the May Fridge Filler! We have got one tasty American Pilsner coming your way! ️ This just leaves 5 more days to get your Hop Cow Pale Ale on for $140 before she returns to her original price. Don't miss out and book now! #gobrewyourself
Well here we have a brew that I didn't think I'd be able to get my hands on but ecstatic that I was able to score myself some, It is M-43 From Old Nation Brewing In Williamston, Michigan, USA and not just any M-43 but the highly sought after "M-43 - Tart Strawberry" variant and I am happy to report it definitely lives up to the hype. This one comes in at 6.8% ABV but you'd never even guess as it drinks so damn nice as the original but the strawberry is there and just does something magical to this brew as it isn't overpowering strawberry but so subtle, it is there enough though and gives it almost a milkshake vibe with beer, hops, strawberry and other fruits from the base M-43 all mingling together brilliantly.
This is my "weekend"... ah the joys of shift work. This is one of my go-to brews, I only wish I could get more selection at my local LCBO. I guess I better plan a roadtrip up to Haliburton... who's up for that? Lol
I will admit: If there’s one thing I’m gonna miss about living in South Austin, it’s that I’m not 15 minutes away from @stelmobrewing anymore. I’d often stop by on Friday afternoons to have a pint while finishing up work because St. Elmo always, always has a beer on tap that I want. Like the Vaya Coffee Cream Ale pictured here. The nuanced interplay of the vibrant hops with the coffee from neighboring @spokesmancoffee makes it one of my favorite St. Elmo brews. It’s not on tap anymore, but soon a rye bread beer made with @easytigeratx is going to warrant a trip south!
Uno de lo igredientas claves en la elaboración de la cerveza!