Friday, August 26, 2016
Beer Friday. Arrogant Bastard Ale
Sorry about the inactivity on here kids. Been working to help pay for the new beer review lab we plan on building in Belgium next fall. Oh shit... Did you catch me lying? We aren't building a new lab. The CEO of lonebiker (that's me) is just working like a chump. With possibly two weeks left this could all be over soon. In short I threw away my Summer as there is still a lot of uncertainty in the future. So, milk that cow till that fat bitch is dry. Quite sad when you really think about it.
Well that just made me want to get to the pour and start drinking asap.
Nineteen Ninety Seven was the birth of Arrogant Bastard. An accident of sorts lead to the birth of this beer. On their website they brag about it's strange taste. Most of all, what intrigues me is they warn people who don't like this to not flaunt their hateness for this beer. To the owners of Arrogant Bastard. If I don't like this a guy's gotta do what a guy's gotta do.
I do have a pretty damn good feeling about this one though...
Let's pour shall we.
It was poured and a two fingered head was perched on top of a angry old man piss coloured liquid. Sorry to describe it like that I just had no other way. Despite the colour described, this one made me thirsty. I tipped it back and was hit with a very hoppy brew. Grapefruit, toffee, and pine needle are there to show your and your tastebud homies a damn good time. The hops are what hit you and it isn't shitty. This beer was the perfect way to end a work week. And at 7.2% it helped me forget I worked all Summer and didn't ride bikes.
This is awesome. Get it.
This beer gets 4.5 suds out of 5.
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