Side note, to that side note about things on the their menu.
I love being in the company of people who know people who work places.
It's happened many times in my life, and sometimes I just vibe with an employee that I get some special treatment. Tonight, we were blessed to try a Bourbon Barrel Aged Milk Stout. And it was amazing. It wasn't on the menu, it was tapped, but they weren't really selling it - but eventually Ray was able to get a snifter of it. I enjoyed my two samples I was given (first sample, then when Ray got his snifter, the couple next to him asked about it, and another round of samples was handed out). That beer was DELICIOUS, and I don't like coffee at all. But all three flavors went together so well. I should probably avoid doing a snifter for the website, but... it was yum-yum.
So, I'm drinking another Guggenweizen.
And this is something I'm learning with REVISITED.
The colors of beers change over time. Obviously the recipe has seen some tweeks.
When I drank beer back a BEER #1322 it was A LOT dark and orange-colored.
Now, it's a much brighter yellow-orange color.
My review stays the same. I like it. It's exactly what I expect it to taste like.