You’re not though. You just are not.
Untappd reflects how everyone thinks a beer tastes. If Allagash White is ranked 3.50 THAN IT’S FUCKING 3.50.
An Untappd ranking (with some exceptions) reflects how a beer tastes in the real world, not how good a beer is to a beer judge.
Wow I love that front of The Northman in Chicago. Those order windows are perfection. I can’t totally express why they are, they just are.
I want to go to there. You are lucky, Chicago.
Looks like a damn fine time with a beer.
I understand being totally disgusted by this, but am I wrong that I want to try it now that I have seen it?
Maybe this is how we eat hotdogs in the future and this man is a time traveler.
It sure as hell doesn’t feel like Summer on this rainy chilly night in Fresno, but the first Summer beer has arrived: Sierra Nevada Brewing’s “Summer Break IPA”.
Canning date: 3/11/22
Style: Hazy Session IPA
Value: A nice beer to have in the fridge all season. Good grocery store beer.
Stone has many different kinds of Enjoy By beers, but the “4/20” is the flagship of the line.
ABV: 9% | Hops: They are not saying | 12oz cans
Bought At: Madera Ranchos Market. $12 for the six-pack.
Was it any good this year? Well, yes.
Session: Drank two during game two of Phoenix Suns playoff game against New Orleans. Drank a third after the Suns lost.
Did I catch a buzz? Not really. I may have paced them out too far apart.
I didn’t mean to but it turns out I had it during its final hours of freshness:
Still , even in its final moments, it tasted fresh enough – but I guess that’s the purpose of the whole Enjoy By line of beers, ain’t it?
Oh and, I like the can art this year – I am built in to like it as it’s an old Oakland A’s color scheme, but still cool.
It says it’s a hazy IPA but in this modern era of hazy beer, I get no hazy thoughts about this beer. It’s more like an old-school WCIPA.
Albeit a little bit on the sweet and malty side, I am giving this year’s Enjoy By 4/20 a thumbs up. I’ll try to remember it for a more accurate comparison when next year’s comes around.