The red raspberries POP with sour flavors, and the oak barrel aging doesn’t make it heavy to drink, it just make the flavors burst out even more than normal. It’s still light - at 6% - and just makes my mouth pucker for another drink.
Oddly, the vanilla isn't present much in the flavor, but I feel like it blends with the nitro to make this beer go down as smoothly as it does. The raspberry flavor is subtle but still present and tastes really good.
Jeff and I killed two pitchers of this delicious beer, and I love it all.
Semi-sweet and creamy stout up front, and a very nice lingering coconut flavor in the back end.
I really enjoyed it.
I do regret not trying the blend our bartender suggested: Like a snakebite - with their Coffee Porter on the bottom, and Coconut Joe on the top. She said it was really good, but after two pitchers (and I don't really like coffee...), I felt like I didn't need to try it, but I wish I had.
Another Friday is another Drink Indiana Cheers!
This week, we picked Big Woods/Quaff On as our brewery.
Caitlin drank the amazingly delicious Peanut Butter Busted Knuckle.
I had the Six Foot Strawberry Blonde, which is really tasty.
This beer was good, but also very odd in an interesting way.
The beer tastes like a melted iced-mixed-drink. It was creamy from the lactose, the pineapple flavor was very powerful and the coconut did hint itself in the backend. The orange and banana flavors were sort of present, just kind of blended in with everything else. It was not bad, and I liked it overall. I would drink it again, and see how I felt after another one.
Central Waters is almost always a great brew, and that stands true with this beer also. The bourbon works so well, and the stout is very smooth. The vanilla kicks in quickly upfront and the backend mellows with the bourbon flavor.
There’s not a lot of flavors to it, but the citrus flavors and aroma are really strong and enjoyable. It’s exactly what I expect from a Witbier. It’s tasty, and I like drinking it. It’s a step up from Miller Lite, and would prefer this to be my summertime outdoors beer.
The Brewer's Guild of Indiana has organized a CHEERS at 6:00pm each Friday night.
Caitlin and I missed the first week, but we were able to join the state tonight.
We picked some Sun King beers that we had in the fridge, and put them in Sun King glassware and enjoyed the beautiful weather in our backyard while playing with the dogs.
Looking forward to joining next week also.
On March 27th, at 2:00pm EDT, BrewDog hosted an Online Bar.
As a BrewDog Equity Punk, I knew I had to attend, and I enjoyed some Elvis Juice while I listened to the Trivia and just enjoyed the entertainment. I did not participate, but it was still a lot of fun to be present for.
Yet another gift from Ryan Miller, that we paired with Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs.
I took a drink first, and it was a very creamy and smooth milk stout. There wasn't a lot of peanut butter flavor at first. However, I then took a bite of the Reese's Egg, and then took another drink - and that pairing really made the peanut butter, flavor come out in the creamy stout. It was an okay beer at first, but the pairing really made it very enjoyable.
A gift from my buddy, Ryan Miller.
Amazing! Perfectly refreshingly delicious.
A great amount of sour from the lemonade, and it's cut with the fruity cranberry flavor.
I really enjoy this beer and would love to drink a lot of them!
Wonderful flavors that go well together. The coconut is subtle, but I can taste it.
The bourbon kicks in smoothly in the back end.
If not for the 15.2% ABV, I would want to drink this a lot.
Three Philosophers is one of my all time favorite beers.
It was originally drank as BEER 334 - and I've drank many of them over the past seven years.
Drinking this beer taught me that it was possible to take a great thing, and make it phenomenal. I really enjoyed drinking this, it was nice and smooth with some delicious flavors. I would love to drink this more often.
Another blah version of this stout.
The chocolate is there - but I barely get any mint.
I didn't like the regular Ring of Dingle, so I don't know why I thought I might like these variants.