In the continuum of ales featuring this brilliant new Bud Buddy, Pyramid Lemondrop Pale ranks right up there with Chasin’Freshies, Delicious, and the stunning Crux Fermentation Project Lemondrop IPA.
I am DONE with these clowns and reptiles and lunatics. So done. So sickened. And SO wounded to my soul at watching our children and grandchildren die while politicians prevaricate and simper and shift blame.
How do you say “California” in one whiskey?…The best pocket description for this innovative whiskey is “…vivid and spicy, sun-splashed liberally with colorful grace notes, and different enough that even a complete novice will understand they have something on their tongue that hasn’t been there before.
This is a delicious beer; purely and simply delicious…The overall effect is almost literally stunning. It’s fresh but unmistakably mature and even a tad boozy(!), with a proudly sophisticated character that further sets it apart from all its many cousins.
Doug McCrea has earned the respect of winemakers across this entire country, has made an extraordinary and incalculable contribution to whatever Washington wine has evolved into, here in 2018.
FACT: IF you are really devoted to actually being – as opposed to pretending to be – a highly-knowledgeable wine connoisseur, there is no such thing as a shortcut.
Coco(a) is a beer that is a damned-site better than about 99% of all the desserts I’ve enjoyed in My Life as a Sugar Fiend and I’m willing to bet it will hit you much the same way.
What you’re going to get for a shockingly measly outlay is one of those rare chances to buy cheap what should sell dear.