Profiled by Ken Carman for professorgoodales.net
Image courtesy beer melodies.com
Pepper-y taste up front: probably yeast/basil driven. Malt in the background, softly singing of a pale/pilsener mix. Hint of the white candy sugar driven, tad higher alcohol-like abv that the candy sugar tends to create. Rice is in here somewhere. A bit cloudy, some gold in an otherwise yellow quaff’ with plenty of head and foam: as expected. Mouthfeel a cross between spicy and creamy that slips easily down to the stomach. This is not a beer I’d want to do for a whole night, and I’d certainly share the bottle with someone It could get annoying after a while.
The body is moderate to almost light in the body and any malt sense stays way in the background. No hops sensed, but none expected.
I recommend for â€œsomething different.â€ It’s well brewed, and a nice spin off the style.
Thought I’d share some info and pictures on my three beer tastings I do in the Adirondacks every year. Here you see the first one, held August 25th, 2012.
I would have a few clearer, closer, pictures of the bottles and cans, but they really didn’t come out very well. We had just under 30 beers, Here are a few….
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White House/Pete Souza
Posted by Kat Lucerno at dcist.com
Site unclear regarding actual authorship
Beer enthusiasts may soon be able to craft their own version of the White House honey ale. That is, for a few thousand online signatures.
White House spokesperson Jay Carney recently announced on Twitter that the administration will unveil the beer’s recipe once a petition for this request receives 25,000 signatures by September 17.
As of writing this post, the petition still needs 16,055 signatures.
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