So close to being done with Beau’s. After this, we have one left from the Oktoberfest 4-pack. This one is a Roggenbier with dark German malts and a bunch of other stuff that goes in beer.
Mark and I were not really looking forward to this one, since we love Beau’s beer sooo much (they need to invent a sarcasm punctuation mark) and it was a super strong beer. It poured out black, like we thought it would, and smelled like rye. Appropriate, since it’s made with rye grain, but still, I didn’t want a boilermaker. It had this strange, strong, unknown taste up front that sort of puts you off the entire beer.
After a while, I started to taste a little citrus, but too little, too late. Mark nailed it when he said “you know when you go camping and the bugs are out and you spray yourself down with Off! You always get some in your mouth…..that’s what this tastes like!”
So, in the future, when I go camping, I’ll bring some of this so mosquitoes don’t sting the inside of my mouth.