I wanted something light after the heavy stout I just drank. I was surprised by how much I enjoyed the sour flavor of this ale.
Peanut butter. Hazelnut. Chocolate cake. Stout. I mean, HOW DO I NOT?!?
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Category – Audiobook Progress 2021-10-11 – 83% complete 2021-10-12 – 100% complete McGuire’s Wayward Children series is full of many different fantastic worlds. In some of these stories, such as this one, the worlds mix. While we only visit one such world in Come Tumbling Down, the group of Waywards who travel to The Moors… Continue reading Read 52 Books In A Year #23 – Come Tumbling Down By Seanan McGuire
I’m not sure if I’m drinking this for the citrus flavors, the 7.5% ABV, or both.
This is another book which shines light on how our country and society is built on systemic racism and white supremacy, how we can recognize it and call it out, and what we can do to be antiracist.
I listened to the audiobook, narrated by Kate Fagan, which made this book even more poignant as she interposes her own experiences and her own emotional journey while recounting the struggles Madison Halleran dealt with leading up to her death.
From left to right: Stone Hazy IPA, Bell’s Rind Over Matter Wheat Ale, Great Lakes Brewing Company Oktoberfest, and Thirsty Dog Barktoberfest.
I was surprised at how light this beer’s flavor is. I was expecting a more tangy hit to my taste buds, but the mango is very easy and pleasant.
I haven’t had a strong dark beer in a while, and the vanilla flavoring mixed with the porter texture is an excellent experience.