Post Brews Drinking?!

Why yes, of course we continued to drink after Brews.

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Drie Fonteinen Armand ‘4 Lente: Yep, geuze really doesn’t get much better than this. It’s no longer super bright and citrusy as it once was, but has evolved into a funk monster while still retaining some citrus. A crushable beer this is not, but it is one of my favorite beers of all time. A+

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Hill Farmstead Works of Love: I don’t know a whole lot about this particular batch of Works of Love, but it strongly reminds me of Flora, which is my favorite  Hill Farmstead beer. There’s nothing wrong with that! Nice and light, with mild funk and a great wine barrel finish. A

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Hill Farmstead Flora Plum: Well speak of the devil! A Flora variant! This beer is really good as well, shame it comes in a stupid small bottle! Plum is a hard fruit to pull off in beer because it is so subtle in flavor, but using Flora as a base was a great idea on Hill Farmstead’s part. Unfortunately making this beer means one less batch of regular Flora makes it into the marketplace 😦   A+

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Okay, I was getting drunk at this point. My liver gave it’s all, but it still wasn’t enough.

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I remember this beer! Upright beers just continue to get better and better with age. Very light and refreshing, with a hint of gin barrel and some wildflowers to round everything out. A+

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de Garde 3S: This beer is also improving with age, unlike my liver. A

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