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Sadly it wasn’t I who drank this beauty, I had to save my liver for the last country of the Drinking Around the World. But I had to take a picture of the lovely executed clover that our fabulous bartender drew. Uhh… even though that’s not the part that’s in focus…. And hopefully next time I drink this heavily, I’ll make sure my camera settings are set before the festivities.
I was at a restaurant in Cleveland last week and decided to get a little wild in my beer choice. I landed on an ale with apple juice flavor added. The flavor was really different, but I was pleasantly surprised! This beer is very, very sweet and I doubt I could drink more than two in a row, but it has become one of my favorites! It can be found at Total Wine and comes in a four pack.
The winner of the night, and my all time favorite drink when both beers are available… the Black Velvet! Didn’t think we’d make it this far in our adventure but we did! Half Guinness…half cider….in this case it was Strongbow (my favorite). Some people think Guiness is too heavy, others think cider is too sweet. This is a perfect blend of both and the combination is scrumptious. Highly recommend it to everyone! Cheers!
Almost done with our adventure… in France? Had to grab a Kronenbourg 1664. Enjoyed this one. Not sure if it was just from our blah experience in Morocco but this was light and slightly sweet. Would get it again…Nice appetizer for the Guinness at our next stop…
By far our least favorite of the whole adventure… Out of the three of us, none of us really enjoyed it. To me it tasted way too bitter. Would I drink it again? Only if I had to…I hear there’s some yummy fruity drinks in Morocco that I’ve yet to try!
Not gonna lie…things started getting slightly fuzzy around here. We pushed on through though and grabbed a Sapporo at the Yakitori House, along with a Shogun sampler to fill our stomachs with yummy greasy Japanese food. We liked this one as well… light and refreshing. A nice change from the heavy Sam’s Winter we just finished. When compared to Tsingtao, I liked this one better.
Trying to stay away from the typical Bud and/or Miller in the American Adventure Pavilion, we went with the trusty Samuel Adams Seasonal, which was their Winter Lager. I’m a fan of beers that have a slight spice to them and enjoyed this one. Might actually like it better than their Oktoberfest! Paired it with some awesome funnel cake and it was perfect.
Realized I never finished my adventures around the World so let’s continue! After a disappointing trip to Germany, we stopped at the drink kiosk in Italy to grab a Birra Moretti, not to be confused with their La Rossa brew. We all seemed to enjoy it. Typical lager, in my opinion. I prefer their La Rossa but will gladly drink this in Italy if need be!
Tonight we decided to eat at the Fish City Grill, a seafood restaurant that somewhat reminds me of home. The beer of the month is Stella, so I decided to have one. I first had Stella in Scotland last year and enjoyed it. The beer came filled to the brim without any head at all; the 33cl mark on the glass designed to give the beer room for a head was completely ignored. Still pretty good though; Stella’s definitely a [ Read More ]
Scott prodded me, so here’s my 3rd beer of the evening, a Bass Ale. My first Bass was at the Harry Ramsden’s fish and chips shop in World Showcase. It was not my last. I don’t usually like Pale Ales, but Bass is different. It is one of my backups with any situation. When I see that a bar only has Bass, and not Harp or Blue Moon, I go Bass.