lol i like your description, but beer hasn't quite been drinkable bread since the middle ages. trappist monks did a lot to advance brewing.I've heard there are flavorful and even semi sweet beers but, as you said I have to be into liquid bread to begin with. Ill keep that advice in mind!
I love porters and stouts. Have you ever had Sweet Baby Jesus? I'm wondering if this Horny Goat is similar.Latest beer: Horny Goat Chocolate Peanut Butter Porter.
Verdict: Actually pretty good. Not my favorite, but was definitely worth a whirl and I don't regret it.
I don't think I've ever had or seen SBJ but I've heard of it. The Horny Goat is not a fantastic porter but it's good and the chocolate peanut butter flavor works. For a craft beer it's not expensive, either. I mean, shit, I see 4 packs of Toppling Goliath Brewery's stuff selling for a little shy of 15 bucks. It's supposedly amazing but christ.I love porters and stouts. Have you ever had Sweet Baby Jesus? I'm wondering if this Horny Goat is similar.
I think my all-time favorite is a tie between Pumking and Warlock. I really like Big Timber Porter out of West Virginia though, that shit is bomb.
I would LOVE to be enjoying some Not Your Father's Mountain Ale, which I keep being told is seasonal, but that this is apparently not the season they stock it. Nor was summer. Nor spring. Nor winter.
Had a very good Marzen Oktoberfest beer not too long ago, trying to remember the brewery.
High Life is my jam for when I want to be picky cunt about bottles but there's not much cheap shit at the 711 or whatever.Miller genuine draft on a bottle, it's probably Miller's best beer since it does kinda live up to its name of tasting like draft beer and beer general tastes better bottled.
Also i know it's kinda exceptional to admit, but I'm partial to high life, and not because of the taste but at 1.50 for a 32 ounce can where I live it's a bargain. also Budweiser and Coors either works but never that light shit.