Oh it's perfectly drinkable. Just not terribly interesting. You may enjoy it who knows?
Taking a break from the whiskey tonight. This dry air is really doing a number on my body (drying my skin out) and my mouth (making it feel tender) with these darn heat pumps running constantly in my house. The whiskey stings a bit when the mouth is tender so it's beer this evening.
I normally drink lagers, ales, bocks, stouts and beer that's more full bodied. However, tonight it's some lighter fare that's dear to my heart. Some may call this pee water, but I don't care. So without further hesitation..."imported" all the way from the great state of WI...it's Heileman's Old Style.
Burley Barley Wine at West Sixth Brewing.
Has anyone tried Founders Bolt Cutter?
Is it worth the price?
But last night was a perfect evening for stout. I started off with one of my favorites, Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout, and followed with another classic, Guinness Foreign Extra Stout. I actually found a place that had them on clearance and was able to pick up a twelve pack of 22 oz bombers for $14!! Talk about a steal!
I'm enjoying the remainder of a bottle of Ayinger Altbairisch Dunkel lager tonight. This is a very drinkable dunkel that I will definitely be buying more of. Ayinger makes some mighty fine beers!