Phillips Blue Buck: an easy drinking, draft amber ale that has a smooth hop and pairs nicely with the Ital vegetarian curry. The delicious Caribbean dinner and pint was shared with my two beautiful sisters, Chevaun and Melissa Story.
Nadine liked the burnt nutty licorice of the big Red Head. Tracy picked the sweet nutmeg of the Pumpkin Ale - a great beer for dessert! A Hop Burst was a strong starter and a fast finisher, enjoyed by Nicole. Jacqui (a new pint lover) described the wheat brew as light and sizzling on her tongue and similar to the VFW light.
We had a Almanac Beer Co Extra Pale Ale and a Scrimshaw Pilsner x 2. The Almanac was smooth at the beginning, fragrant and fruity with a citrus peel bite at the end. The Scrimshaw was consistently sweet and bubbly from front to back. Two great beers for a lovely afternoon with friends and Auntie Jacqui on the Sparrow Bar and Kitchen's patio.
With the nine beers, Jacqui tipped the thick bitter honey seasonal beer as her first choice. Tracy enjoyed the Valenchia Wheat with its bubblegum hues. The hoppy Howard IPA ranked first for Nadine and was described as a consistent back of the tongue bitterness. The Panda Bear Aka Golden Vanilla was a boozy chocolate winner for Nicole.
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