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Milk is for babies. When you grow up you have to drink beer.
As part of my 40 day cross-country driving sojourn, I was making it across the absolutely beautiful state of Wyoming. That’s when I found this Colorado-based beer.
While strolling down my local beermongers isle the other day, I noticed the cases of Heineken Special Dark hidden just under the regular Heineken stack. This was one of those amazing moments you have when you think “Wow! A new beer I’d like to drink.”
Philadelphia is widely considered the United States’ most patriotic city (sorry Boston). Everywhere you go are the remnants of history and heroism. From the Liberty Bell to Valley Forge, Philly is fiercely loyal to its heritage. Therefore it makes sense that it is impossibly loyal to the oldest brewery in America-The Yuengling Brewery.
I know this review may create a great deal of controversy. But the facts are simple. We here at the Belly aren’t concerned about calories, we’re concerned about taste and quality. That’s why I consider Rolling Rock to be the best “light” beer.
I first had Sierra Nevada Pale Ale about five years ago. It was at a time in my life when I began venturing out past my usual beverage fall-backs like Budweiser and Coors Light (and I was feeling a little fat).
As I picked up a six pack of New Amsterdam Black & Tan at my local beer distributor, the guy at the counter with the beer gut assured me that this was the best black & tan he sold. And he offered up this information… I didn’t even have to ask.
Throughout the course of drunken history, men have compared all sorts of things to women- a woman is like a rose… a woman is like a fine automobile… a woman is like an apple pie. And of course, a woman is like a beer.