Here’s the third batch of the beers I enjoyed one per night from my terrific daughter Elisabeth and George’s Advent Christmas present.
Happy New Year’s Event.
I hope everybody is staying safe and well as we ring in the end of this 2020 and prepare to welcome in 2021.
7 thoughts on “Advent Beers, Part III”
Anchor Steam and Rogue are two of my all time favorites! Elisabeth and George are so generous and clever. Happy new year to you and the Bialdez family!
Happy New Year, Sandra! Glad to see you for 2021.
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Happy New Year!!
Happy New Year, PF!
I got a $25 gift card to Wine & More, and in honor of your former post, my husband and I spent it on mix and match beers. Most of the choosing is based on the labels (like a book cover), so that mustache one would have ranked with us. Now we, too, have a pantry with 10 different kinds of ales. I have enjoyed mine, but I doubt he will fancy any porter, as he did not drink till his 30s and likes the light stuff. Tell us how the Rogue is; I love hazelnut creamer but detest actual hazelnuts (I pick them out of the fancy nuts and give them to the dogs now).
It was a shocker to have my first taste of a beer that tasted much like a hazelnut coffee, Kerbey. Alas, as in many of these first-time beers, I became more accustomed to the new taste and liked it more with each sip. Mostly. There were two or three that truly could not win me over. I am not a fan of bitter beers or the truly brown stouts.
old brown dog sounds interesting – this is the gift that just keeps giving, what a great idea