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Friday, January 15, 2010

Ken Hosts

This was an odd night, as several club members were out of town. Despite that, the show must go on! Crazy Ken offered to host. It was a chance for him to unload beer left over at his house from New Years Eve. The evening started with a little homebrew. I am always tring to pawn this swill off on anyone who hasn't tried it. CHC's Best Bitter (5%) continues to improve with age. The group rated it a so/so... let's hope I get home before they all get diarrhea from this crap! Now for some CHC's Blonde Ale (5.1%)... this one has not gotten any better, and it still sucks, really bad! Heavy Seas Mutiny Fleet Yule tide (10%) was next. This brew had a sweet, vanilla flavor, and rated a so/so. By this time I was afraid that the homebrew may have permanently altered everyone's tastebuds. Sapporo (4.9%) was next. I've had this Japanese beer while living in Japan, but this one is made in Canada. Still, it rated a good. Next came the Michelob beers. The only good thing that can come from Anheuser Busch being owned by the Belgians, is that they may actually start brewing some decent beers. I don't want to waste a whole lot of time on these beers, only to say that the Rye (5.9%) was good, Porter (5.9%) was so/so, and Pale Ale (5.5%) was a good. We capped the evening with a Williamsburg Ale Werks Ironbound (6.8%). This was a very complex brew, and despite the fact that we started with homebrew, our tastebuds recovered and we rated this one a Good.