Thursday, March 1, 2018
Beer Friday. Dead Frog Brewery, Nutty Uncle Peanut Butter Stout
Hey kids, I don't know exactly what is happening as I am moving on to a new job. I am writing this on days off like before to be posted when at work as I will be on a two week schedule because working Monday to Friday is for chumps.
I think I offended everyone with that statement but I don't care.. Think about it. It's true.
Lots of unknowns on this new occupations so we are not sure how it will affect the blog in regards to riding or the beer reviews.
We have Dead Frog Brewing from Aldergrove, British Columbia. A community close to Vancouver so can we just go ahead and call it Vancouver? Sorry BC. I know I am Albertan and that seemed uneducated and rude but I'm Albertan. I know you already hate me because we banned your wine all due to a big topic that lots of people are talking about.
What's that? You want my opinion? Ride more bikes and get along. Too many people are fighting now days.
So Dead Frog, yet another amazing brewery in one amazing province where I hope to move once my kids and wife leave. They started in two thousand and seven working out of humble beginnings they opened a new brewery the year after and never looked back.
The Nutty Uncle Peanut Butter Stout poured a very dark headless drink of what looked like mouth orgasmic pleasure. A small hope of lacing stayed on the top as if to say "ya bitch, we got this." The nostrils were filled with a toffee peanut butter malt crescendo. The first sip gave way to the beers title. Peanut butter, when more was had dark chocolate and roasted malts. This one reminds me of Reeses Peanut Butter Cups. But it's beer!
This beer gets 4 suds out of 5.
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