I like the mustard. I love beer. I love Oskar Blues’ Priscilla wheat beer (would you like to bring it back?). All the signs indicated to go, so I ordered six-packs of French Mustard Beer on Saturday and it arrived (warmly) by courier on Wednesday.
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After cooling the can for several hours, I am ready. I turned it on and sniffed it. Mustard and fruit with citrus notes on the nose. It smelled like a summer picnic. I pour it into a flared glass so the scent asserts itself stronger.
This is where I need to stop for a bit. You might think you’re bracing yourself for mustard beer. You may have rationalized it and asserted its right to exist. But that won’t prepare you for the actual experience of drinking it.
“Oh, it’s strange,” was the first thing I said. It tastes like drinking a sausage and a fruit salad at the same time. Focusing on tart rather than sweetness is a smart move.
Oskar Blues came up with some tasting notes called “hints of key lemon, lemon, mandarin, and passion fruit.” All are there, but so is the unique taste of France. A sip of mustard emerges in the I like beer and my bicycle and maybe 3 people vintage Vetro shirt sinuses.
Forgive me if this makes me sound like the antonym of a “cool girl”, but I’ve never had a beer! Of course, I drank all my cheap cans in college and will definitely have a tall boy at a baseball game. Oh, and sometimes I like to drink beer at a brewery … okay, I guess I like beer, but seldom does anything really excite me – until the new Bud Light Strawberry Lemonade this was born.
Bud Light got into the recent spike seltzer game (VERY successful, I can add!) But this is not that. Yes, this is the drink that infuses the flavor of strawberry lemon juice into the I like beer and my bicycle and maybe 3 people vintage Vetro shirt Bud Light beer you know and love.
There’s a new beer machine around. I love the beer machine. I like anything beer-related, but as a guy, the awesome machine has some of the more distinctive charms.
JJ Tranquilla is the male lead in a popular local band I Love Robots. He’s a great musician, but he’s also a professional beer drinker – just like me. We have been friends for a long time. He’s deeply rooted in the beer and hospitality industry and since I’m probably the industry’s biggest consumer when it comes to beer locations, our path has been crossed many times and we become into quick friends over the years. Beer makes a great bond.
Tranquilla has always been an idea. Back in August 2013, he came up with this wonderful idea to create a mobile app that connects me to all of our local breweries in real-time. and help me catch up immediately with what’s new and what’s exploring. . His uncontrollable excitement was contagious, and I even tagged with him on my first trip to Kodiak to join him and one of his curators. when they worked with Ben Millstein at the Kodiak Island Brewing Company to seize fermented goods from that brewery for inclusion on the application.
Tranquilla never stopped thinking about beer.
One day, Billy Opinsky, one of the owners of the Humpy empire, filmed me a video of what appeared to be a fire truck at first, but coming closer, opening one of the side panels of This terrain fire rig shows six draft handles all upright and ready to pour beer.