One of the fundamental problems with being a beer geek, and a single beer geek at that, is the problem of fridge space. You can have room for beer or food, but not both at the same time. This is how we fix that problem, temporarily at least.
This whole crowler sensation is absolutely amazing, it means I can have super fresh IPA from the comfort of my couch.
Hill Farmstead Arthur: 2 years old? Sure! It’s doing great as ever, with that classic dry and bitter finish that I love so much. It was also a slow gusher.
I have no idea how long this was in my fridge for, but now it is gone. Yay.
Here’s to not remembering, especially for the folks who haven’t had this beer before, it was a surprise when I told them it was 10+% ABV. Lolz.
Mmmm, this beer is actually labeled “All of the berries” at de Garde. It certainly tastes that way too.
de Garde Cherry Gose: This is actually better known as Diet Cantillon Kriek. I’m serious, it has the same flavor profile with the funk toned down.
We had to find out, for science. Verified.
Not sure where these beers came from or how old their were either. Such is fridge life.
Yep, Crooked Stave makes the best dark sours. Nightmare on Brett is no exception.
Upright BA Flora: Yep, this is one of the best and must nuanced beers you can find on the West Coast, or anywhere for that matter.
Uhhhhh, I had completely forgotten that we drank this, until now.