As the title states, I'll begin the process of looking back into the annals of time, and start to drop more beer knowledge on y'all. Another great detail to this post is the amount of riding I've accomplished lately, it's 3 days into the week on my heart rate monitor and I've slammed the heart rate zones, and blasted calories from my love handles. Even Emily says so.
Blue Moon Belgian White: This beer needs no review, if you don't know it. this site isn't for you. One of the most prolific, tasty, and easy Belgians on the market. It's deliciously smooth finish make it a beer enjoyable all year round, and likely the most widely spread Belgian white on the market. A-.
Alaskan Amber: I'm pretty sure I wrote about this.
St. Cloud Belgian White: previously reviewed.
Grain Belt Brewing Nordeast: an unfortunately cidery let down...
Brother Benedicts Bock: I believe I've written about this little gem, if not. It's more or less un-remarkable; in the medical sense... It's a bock, darker heavier, yet to me, kind of slightly out of my palate. I just feel like this beer was missing something. maybe compassion. C+
McSorley's Irish Pale Ale: A delicious beer brewed in NYC, it's a nice little twist on the pale ale. Nothing that will blow your mind if you've done extensive Pale Ale investigation, however a nice break from the monotony of the Pale. I'd recommend this one. Also as an aside, I've been told that this is from the Oldest Irish Tavern in New York. Solid A, just not quite the +...
Harvest Moon Beltian White: previously consumed, and enjoyed. My assumption on the differentiation from the norm on the spelling was to allure more possible drinkers into thinking it's a new variety, or a beer so good spelling and grammar were tossed to the wind. The latter on me...
Bayern Amber Lager: Previously described as an exceptional Amber from Montucky!
New Belgium Blue Paddle Pilsener Lager: The only beer I know of that was named after a boating race. The FiBArk festival in Salida CO has all the goods on this beer. New Belgium named it for the event, and it's an awesome pilsener for a hot summer afternoon. Very crisp, very delicious. A.
Indian WellsBrewing Co. Death Valley Pale Ale: Gerry disapproves...
Big Sky Brewing Co. Summer Honey seasonal: A deliciously simple beer, take a sweet simple amber with a pale like crispness, and add honey for a sweet aftertaste, and a smile overwhelms your insides. A+
Firestone Walker Brewing Co. Union Jack IPA: A nice simple, hardy IPA, it's very good alongside a tasteful meal, IPA's can overpower a generic food, and I enjoyed this one with either a bolder steak, or by itself. Great IPA for the cooler climes. A
North Coast Brewing Co. Pranqster Belgian Style Golden Ale: Se Magnifique! A wonderful beer with a taste that will push you into your seat. It's one of the most delicious Belgians I've had, It's more akin to a Delirium Tremens than a traditional Belgian. It's sweeter, and smoother. Oh how smooth, it's like a Velvet blazer in the 70's, or whenever their prime was(If Velvet blazers had a popular era). A+
In other more pertinent news, it's less than 10 Days until the wedding! I'm so excited that Emily and I are both getting restless for the day to just be here!
thanks for reading