Find it before it’s gone because the even warmer winter beers are coming soon. Flying Dog has been greening the beer scene for a while now and they continue to do so. Check them out and pick up a Dogtoberfest if you can still find some.
I felt, however, that I wouldn?t be able to provide an accurate, if not coherent review on my own, so I enlisted my buddies John, Chris and Chris to do a group taste test over a friendly Friday night card game of High Low Jack. … Here are our results: Drink 1 ? Vodka & Blueberry Martini Mix I thought the blueberry mix was awesome, and the Square One blended well with it. … John was indifferent, Chris K said there was no doubt that the organic was better, while Chris S said if he had to choose, he?d choose whatever was cheaper.
The fusion of Organic Yerba Mate and Cerveza results in a very drinkable pal ale called Mateveza. … I?m not sure of the actual brewing process but the beer tastes slightly like Mate but definitely resembles a straight-forward pale ale. … Mateveza is a very drinkable Pale Ale so if you?re on the west coast, go ahead and buy some of it in the local stores, if you anywhere else, check out the site for information and a locator.
I?m a beer guy but trying a Lemongrass Cello from Loft Liqueurs is something fun and different and I?m happy I did. … You can also mix it up with some fun recipes like the Lemongrass Martini or Margarita. … You can pick them up at retailers in California and NY, according to Loft?s website.