On a Sunday afternoon, we had some friends from out-of-town over, and they brought their kids. Because they were there, we invited Pat and a few others to come too, since we hadn’t all gotten together in a very long time. Next thing you know, there are 8 adults and 9 kids running around outside (well 8, Christopher is only 3 weeks old). Suffice it to say, we drank a lot that day.
Pat was ready for a beer to share after he downed a Coors Original, so I grabbed this one, which had been in the fridge for a few weeks. I’ve had a Highlander Twisted Spruce before, and it wasn’t too bad, so I knew that there was a chance that we’d like this one….a chance.
It poured out relatively dark amber and smelled like malts. It tasted like a light, malty beer, which is ok, because it didn’t have that nasty after taste that some others have. It had a clean beer booty. Overall, it’s an alright beer.