A Belgian-style tripel India pale ale… who would have thunk… and 10% ABV. Perfect after a bike ride and while soaking in the Jacuzzi.
A bottle shop with draft beer and food. I had the Fleur de Houblon from Ommegang, a Belgian style pale ale, and the boy had the Humulus Lager, listed as an American pilsner, from the Bruery. no way did that taste like a pilsner…more like an IPL.
Doing it right and drinking from the can and soon after purchase. It is a really good beer.
We stopped at Maine’s original brewpub, Gritty’s, for a small sampling of their house beers. They also let us try the Nuptial and IPA that were on cask.
20oz for $10.50 at the Southwest terminal bar and a BYO carne asada fries burrito that cost $5. A near perfect breakfast.
10.5% and very tasty.
Another offering at church.
On the patio at church.
Single serving size.
Vietnamese beer to sip with food at Phuong Trang. Busy place for a Sunday night at 9pm.