Named after a creole woman from Texas, this english styled mild porter, with just the right amount of vanilla, is just what the doctor ordered.
Tastes wonderful…perfect for a pre-holiday party beverage. The combination of citrus flavors and carbonation reminds me of a mimosa..sort-of…but better.
The color is lighter than I expected. More malty and less hoppy than expected as well.
…with my $5 burger n fries. Added bonus is the musical chairs boxing thing on TV with the sound off and 80s speed metal on the sound system.
Something to sip in the jacuzzi.
Very interesting. Looks black in the dim lighting. Smells boozy and sour. Wood and mild tartness flavor with the whiskey…mmm. We would have guessed higher than 7% ABV
…and cioppino at Blue Water Grille…mmmm
A Mary Jane IPA for me and a Winter Wheat, sans the orange slice and sprinkle of ground spices, for the lady. Both quite tasty. MJ clocking in at 7%, the Winter Wheat 8.5%
An imperial black IPA from Fort Collins Brewery. It reminds me of a blend of an imperial IPA and a stout…75% IPA. Smells like a barleywine. No ABV listed on the bottle.
Weeeell….it was on the way. Stopped in just to see if any Speedway was still on from last night. Lucky us, it was. Mexican Chocolate, Orange Rum, Mole, 2009 Bourbon Barrel Aged, and Michele’s fav Chipotle and Morita Pepper were what we tried before being given the boot to make way for The Tomme Arthur Experience […]