Ok, it had to happen at some point. The beer that has been in my fridge the longest, the originator of the term spooge beer, Amsterdam Boneshaker. The bottle has a skeleton riding a bicycle on it, because that’s not creepy. It has 7.1% ABV, because that’s not strong. It is unfiltered, because that doesn’t make it look like Stifler’s drink from American Pie….let that set in for a minute…I’ll wait.
So, isn’t it funny that the wife brings home another bottle the other day. You see, she’s smart. She checks the blog while she’s at the LCBO, and she didn’t see this on there, so she bought it. Good thing Mark was coming over, he had to help me with this.
Poured it, it is the weirdest thing I’ve ever seen. The sediment looked like it was just suspended there in a gel like substance. It didn’t move at all, even when I sloshed my glass around.
When we finally sucked it up and bring it close, it smelled great. Like a fresh, pine smelly IPA should. The first taste was DAMN! Why was I so scared of this beer? This is really good. It kinda has a apricot flavour to it on the beer booty.
NOTE TO READERS: Do NOT let this be get warm. It will take you twice as long to drink and the 7.1% will taste more like rubbing alcohol. You have been warned.