….an enjoyable Belgian IPA made by Brussels Beer Project, for me and NEUF, a Belgian golden strong ale collaboration from from Japan’s Barbaric Works and BBP, made to celebrate the first anniversary of Tokyo Belgian Beer Project, for the lady. A nice find just blocks away from our hotel in Shinjuku….even nicer to have today […]
Something more to my liking. We enjoyed many of The Shop Beer Company’s offerings on our recent trek to Phoenix, but this was not available on draft at the time…so we grab a few cans. A delish 10.1% ABV triple milkshake IPA made with toasted coconut, grilled pineapple, vanilla and lactose.
Way too much coffee for me, but she really likes it. I can’t taste oak or scotch ale for that matter…but I’m sure it’s in there somewhere to get to 8% ABV.
I think it just dropped below 100-degs outside here in the shade. This IPA from Mother Road Brewing is tasting pretty darn good right now. If you don’t drink fast the beer gets hot.
This 4.8% ABV wheat ale had a sweet watermelon nose but not much watermelon on the flavor, and had bitter finish that I wasn’t pleased with. The 5.5% ABV dry hopped golden ale tastes just like a dry hopped golden ale; nice citrus nose but not the juicy flavors I was hoping it would have.
A local juicy 7.2% ABV IPA with strong notes of tropical fruits. How fitting considering I found it at Kaleidoscope Juice in downtown Phoenix.
Three thousand words worth… Not a bad beer in the bunch…her fav, not difficult to imagine, is the Arrastra. I couldn’t say my fav..I’m very much enjoying both The Roosevelts and Klothos Temple.
The best beer of the day was also my last. Quite happy with this juicy 6.4% ABV New England-style IPA from Goldwater Brewing in Scottsdale, AZ. Went well with my cottage pie pasty at downtown Cornish. One of the few places open late on a Sunday.
Really liked the Chango Malo, but a bit too sweet to enjoy with lunch…hmm..maybe I should order chicken n waffles. Anywho…I didn’t and went with Fog Thoughts.
Pizza Port and Stone Brewing collaboration “Beer Friends Forever” is a 6.2% ABV San Diego Pale Ale with pale malt body with pronounced bitterness. Finishes dry with lingering notes of citrus rind. Cheers