A delish 6.5% collab IPA from the fine folks at Coronado Brewing and Pizza Port Brewing, made in the west-coast style.
Sounds like a retirement community. Maybe it is and they named the beer after it, hoping to move their parents, or themselves, up on the waiting list. Decent beer. I had no problems squeezing all I could from the can, but found it a bit more dry than I prefer in the style; I like’m […]
Mmm…for those that have been enjoying on draft for a while, you know. For those that don’t, the picture below will save me from typing… The bottles does a good job of capturing the character of the draft version we call love. Quite nice.
Probably should have waited to drink this on a crappy mid-week day to get the full benefit of the Weekend Vibes. I mean, I already had good weekend vibes going on. Drinking from the can the nose is strong pine and citrus hops…mmm…yummy. The flavor is somewhat soft. Light malt body with no sweetness allows […]
Drink’n right out of da can. Smells…like fish? No…that’s my hands. I washed after preparing and eating salmon for lunch. After another hand wash…better. It smells like sweet fruit punch beer. Flavor is not so sweet. Bitterness is mild, likely offset by the sweetness of the fruit, making beer more balanced. Tasting alone, I would […]
35 miles into today’s bike ride and a stop to fuel was necessary. 5.8% ABV Strawberry Shores for the lady and 8% ABV Joocy Jay IIPA for me. Should be enough for the approx 11 miles home.
We chose Bier No Gringo, Scotch on the Rocks, Wind Chime Lime and Old Scallywag.
I found myself in Coronado at 4pm this afternoon. Hmmm…should I tackle the freeways…or maybe wait it out? I chose to wait it out and found the only seat available at the bar of Coronado Brewing’s restaurant and brewery. After a quick glance at the draft list….I knew what I wanted to try. While chatting […]