Friday, July 30, 2010

Serafijn BPA

Well I'm sitting here at the house, and I'm crashing hard. The only thing keeping me up is that I can't find my durn Atlas Shrugged. Anyway, we had a great beer dinner last night at Pappas Steakhouse, sponsored by Anheiser-Busch AKA Big Evil. I have stated many times that I could care less where the beer comes from, either big conglomorate or some nano-brewery out in the Hills. If it's good it's good. Review coming later.

Beer Log: Right now
State: A little tired, probably didn't eat enough today, need some liquid bread. Damn Weight Watchers.

Serafijn Belgian Pale Ale by the Achilles Microbrewery
We got this one from the rare beer monthly club. Pours with a huge head, I almost thought it was infected, which could be a good thing for a Belg. Beers has a light chardonney nose, with some caramel and jolly rancher coming through. This beer tastes just alright in my wine goblet. It has a moderate body, almost as smooth as an English Pale Ale, and only a pinch more flavor than an English Pale Ale. I get a pinch of sourness maybe from some wild yeast with a dry finish. They probably fermented this son-of-a-gun all the down to the white meat. Just kind of a musty water thing. 2 Stars

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