Day 263 #beervid19
XXIV Anniversary Ale
This year's release is up to the standards of past releases. Rich, smooth, caramely, complex, and no trace of that high ABV. I need to track some down before the county gets hit with a stay-at-home order.
A nearby ("near" around here being less than an hour's hike away) friend and I leave beers for each other in a hidden ammo can in the forest. I left them Charlatan and Pseudo-Sue last week, and they dropped this for me.
Day 253 #beervid19
Faricy's Dry Stout
Nice and toasty, but still light bodied. A good choice for this chilly rainy day.
Headed westbound on the California Zephyr, just out of Chicago. Someday there won't be coronavirus or family emergencies or wildfires, and we can take an overnight to hang with @sunflowers and talk about beers, dogs, and cars.
Day 248 #beervid19
Salted Caramel Porter Aged In Bourbon Barrels
Read label carefully before using. I didn't. It was delicious, and assuming it was a typical porter ABV, I drank this fairly quickly. It hit like a delicious hammer. Checking the label, it's 9.5%. that was it for Friday night, then.
The Mastodon instance for those who love beer. I hadn't seen any instances that were specific to beer, so I thought I'd create one. You can post reviews of beers you've tried, recommendations for others, discuss home brewing, share events, etc. Anyone is welcome, whether you're new to the world of beer or a long-time connoisseur. This is not a free speech space.