Christ ole mighty I am two weeks behind on these things. This week we stayed local again with Dewey Beer Company and Blue Earl Brewing. We got some Ass Kick-In Chicken and Abra-Ca Joao-C. These were gifts from friends and joyfully excepted. Onto the facts:
Left Coast Brewing Company – Una Mas 5.8 ABV and 25 IBU
These guys were tucked away on a shelf at the local LQ and I just so happened to stumble upon them. This amber lager was actually really good. It was smooth and went down well. It really helped kick-start my awesome evening as well. The hops were subtle and the brew was smooth. Left coast has been around since about 2004 cranking out beer after beer located in San Clemente, California. I’m glad they were able to make it t the right coast. This beer, if I can find it again, will make its way to the garage fridge without a doubt. I really enjoyed it and recommend everyone pick up a 6er of this.
16 Mile Brewery is a brewer out of Georgetown, Delaware. They have been around for close to 9 years and continue to make great beers. Repsonders Ale will be the feature for the week, but like most weeks I am sure to have some others mixed in. Repsonders will be the first of two beers from 16 Mile that I will be trying. Next week we try their Tiller Brown Ale.
Responders Ale is a light-bodied beer with 4.1% ABV ( Alcohol By Volume) and 12 IBU’s (International Bitterness Units). This is an easy-going beer that’s not too bitter. The best part of this beer is that proceeds from sales go to National Fallen Firefighters Association, so I’ll drink to that. Here’s to you 1st Responders.