Beer the Fifth: The Cock Crows

I haven't been on a lot of farms in my life. Maybe when I was a snot-nosed brat with nowhere close the lead-liver that I have now, I may have been to a petting zoo before. I suppose my mother might remember, but I don't quite recall myself. Nevertheless, when I have been on farms before, depending … Continue reading Beer the Fifth: The Cock Crows

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Beer the Fourth: Ale of New Scotland

A fisherman comes home one day in the midst of a storm. Thunder pounds the sky and lighting splits the clouds. The waves were fierce that morning. They churned and boiled like soup. As his boat yawned and pitched, as the sails flapped in the breeze, he stood proud with his net. Desperate to catch … Continue reading Beer the Fourth: Ale of New Scotland

Beer the Third: The Mysterious Keith

If the first two beers are any indication, Canada has pretty damn good drinks. Moosehead, despite being old and pretty fuckhuge, is able to produce a celebratory ale that shows tremendous will against adversity. Driftwood, being a craft brewery that embodies the depth of the ocean, made a Lovecraftian hop-monster that shows the industry how … Continue reading Beer the Third: The Mysterious Keith