Craft brew in a can? Yes. From Colorado with love, this beer is one of the best I have ever tasted and at 10.5% ABV you can rest assured you will get drunk. $15 might be a bit pricey for a 4 pack, but I’m telling you, it is worth it. The site I linked to is great for home brewers, since commenters describe every part of the beer experience. The specialty beer store I bought it from has it rated as 100, and I definitely agree with that rating. If you like stouts, or beers in general, you will love this beer. Or, I’ll come to your house and MAKE YOU LIKE IT!
Straight from Scotland, here’s the world’s first 130 proof beer, which means it’s 65% alcohol, which means this is not a beer to be taken lightly. It’ll cost you around $64 a bottle, but isn’t that worth it?
With fall upon us, there’s going to be plenty of time for autumn activities, which will include things like pumpkins and beer and eating and more pumpkins and beer. With a little bit of carving, you can combine two of those by making your very own pumpkin keg.
If it’s been a while since you’ve been to a Red Robin, here’s a good reason to try it again— a Sam Adams beer spiked milkshake. DELICIOUS.