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I found it to be an extremely sweet, cloying root beer that felt sticky and sat too heavy on the stomach. I really don't get the hype, and...
It was an evening and afternoon thing, but it goes down smooth after a long day of hiking. Only time I'll go for Coors.
The first two I actually like, the last is great when you're out in the heat hiking, but on its own is pretty sad.
1. PBR, the most true to form AAL I have had. I legitimately like it.
2. Modelo Especial, a good, flavorful, decent beer.
3. Rolling Rock,...
The Phoenix Ale Brewery. They made a pretty good imperial porter and an interesting wheat beer in bombers, but their six-pack offerings are...
Four Peaks HopKnot
SanTan Devil's Ale
Four Peaks The Raj
The one I've been to had an impressive, but standard bottle list, a decent tap selection that day and the highest price gouging I've ever seen....
Started with a Smithwick's just to get it out of my fridge. Then Lumberyard Fireside Ale, SN Pale Ale, Old Fezziwig and Boston Lager.
Goodbye to Phoenix Ale Brewery until they can fix their gushing bottle/weird cheesy taste in bottled offerings problems.
Six month aged Bigfoot, Bell's Christmas Ale and possibly Santa Fe Black IPA and Java Stout or Velvet Merlin.
I tried it. I thought it was a bit thin and lacked any real depth. It wasn't bad, but it isn't anything I'd go back and try again.
My buddy tends to only go for Guinness but I've had good luck getting him to try and enjoy Velvet Merlin, SN Porter and Stout and Young's Double...