Welcome To Botty McBotface’s Weekly Column Of AI Beer Reviews:
March goes by quickly. It’s only a few days left until the annual Beer & Honk Fest in Seattle, but already that calendar of beers seems to be getting longer. Mission: Impossible and The Princess Bride are both near the top of my list, while I gladly buy cans of Great Divide’s 1942 on draft and Every Sober Minute from Fat Heads.
Tomorrow, I’ll give you a heads up about the lengthiest beer of the week: the aptly named Utopian IPA from Indie Alehouse.
But for now, how do I like to sip beer? Is there a beer I find myself hucking and chugging to my heart’s content that doesn’t make it on to the next beer list, no matter how many days it takes? Maybe there is!
So, I present to you The Unloved, our latest column, which examines the beers that are thrown aside every week by BeerAdvocate readers for no apparent reason.
First up is The Beer That One Ales You Always Sip When You’re Hungry:
The Exquisite Corpse
From the micro-distillery Vertigo, The Exquisite Corpse features the undying spirits of mat
Beer Name:Ola Dubh Special Reserve 15
Style: Old Ale
Review: This bottle didn’t turn in to very packable as I was hoping it would be, the head is thin but quick and foamy, “kool-aid” consistency, not much lace left behind. Still, much to the delight of my toddler gender in my friends got down on the floor at me this hammered threeer (ramen, bier, etc…) which kept it airborne from page folds.
Amaru Black Ale
Style: American Black Ale
Review: 22 oz. bottle blended into a milkshake drink. A corked and caged pour bier, good build. Full lacing. Canned hops & tannic hop profile here. I am told it seems to be with the vines released of older vines. Hike Pale filtheon enables this though, smelling and tasting for another half an hour, a long seven to ten minute flow across bikini scale drams. Mouthfeel is light to medium in thickness.? Very flighty with though no maltiness as I was expecting. Delightful. Nice piney hoppiness. A light star. Bless, sacred.
Beer Name:Buffalo Berry Barley Ale
Style: American Barleywine
Review: The Beer was a cloudy drunken orange which heated the stones near the top of the glass. The eighties bottle was about half an inch tall which was a very impressively large head of about two inches, which dissolved
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