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Tuesday, March 23, 2010


Johnny called an impromptu meeting of the Founding Father's, to sample some of the delicacies that he brought back from the Dogfish Head Brewery. First up was Aprihop (7%), an IPA brewed with apricots. This beer had a apricot smell, but the taste was all beer with a solid dose of hops. It was uniformly felt that this was an amazing IPA. We laughed, we cried, we held each other tight as we celebrated the first RFG of the night! However, like the Dogfish Head we have come to love, it was followed by Pangea (7%). This was billed as a malt beverage brewed with crystallized ginger. In a word, it SUCKED. These brewers have some crazy ideas. They next graced us with Wrath of Pecant (6.3%). This was a collaboration with the losers at Beer Advocate, who decided that putting bananas and other kinds of weird shit into beer is a good idea. They should have consulted the BC4M... while we personally can't seem to brew any decent beers, we have plenty of great ideas. This beer was described as banana bread meets firepit, with a heavy ash aftertaste. Despite all that, we were split between so/so and good. At this point the Dogfish Head beers were spent, and Fred brought out some goodies he picked up at Chip's in NC. First up was Rogue's Mogul Madness (6.25%). This beer had a soapy, Lifebuoy taste, which we think is due to their use of free range coastal water, whatever that means. It was a so/so. Les Deux Brasseurs (8.5%) was a loser. This beer tasted like a bowl of Lucky Charms and smelled like baby shit. That, and there was way too much writing on the bottle. We don't have that much time to read, and we don't read all that well anyway, so give us a break. They used a lot of 2 and 3 syllable words that we don't understand. If they spent as much time on their brewing as they did on decorating their bottles, they'd have a winner. Weeping Radish Kolsh Ale (4.9%) is brewed in our backyard, in Jarvisburg, NC. While some members thought it was a clean, non-descript brew, others thought it tasted like Shell 89 octane gasoline and smelled like Sex Panther cologne. Weeping Radish Carolla Gold Lager (5.0%) tasted real skunky, like a sun-kissed Corona. One member stated that he's rather drink a Corona left in the hot sun for for 3 weeks, than this crap. It sucked. Seit 1229 Granit Bock (7.2%) from Austria, was a watery version of our RFG Celebrator, and rated a So/So. And thus ended the unscheduled executive session of the founding fathers BC4M.