Beer

I went over to a neighbor’s house and carved a pump­kin last night, then end­ed up at Edison’s work­ing on a web­page while I wait­ed for the open mic to start. Edison’s has a rather impres­sive selec­tion of ran­dom beers, and even if they have Guin­ness on tap, I’m slow­ly mak­ing my way through their ran­dom selec­tion.

The first one I had was the Kala­ma­zoo Brew­ing Company’s Two Heart­ed Ale. This beer was real­ly hop­py, some­thing I’m not too fond of. Strange­ly though, I absolute­ly loved it in this brew. I think it will become a warm-weath­er favorite for me. It must have been the fish on the label.

I also had a Holy Grail Ale made by the Black Sheep Brew­ing Com­pa­ny. This beer was quite expen­sive and not that good. I should have lis­tened to the old man from scene 23.

I made Barb the bar­tender sur­prise me for my third beer and received their new item; a porter from the South­ern Tier Brew­ing Com­pa­ny. This one didn’t have the punch of an Edmund Fitzger­ald but it man­aged to do the nor­mal porter num­ber on me. It kin­da just slid down my throat in an unas­sum­ing man­ner. I like porters.

And I obvi­ous­ly don’t know enough about beers to review them.