Two regular dudes who happen to be huge fans of American craft beer.
As I slowly hit up my stash of American craft beer in the basement, usually referred to as my cellar (but it is just a basement), I am uncovering liquid gold. How so? Glad you asked. I transacted for these beers a good 16 months or more ago and, in some cases, have no recollection of receiving the beer. I do keep track of all my transactions but, like most people, I don’t really go back and look at the list. It is more of a formality.
The gem regurgitated by the basement for beer number 258 is Blithering Idiot by Weyerbacher Brewing Company an English Barleywine. Blithering Idiot is a nice offering. There are some dark fruit, Belgian like candy sweetness, and some alcohol. Surprisingly there is still a fine bubbled carbonation the spritzes the tongue and lips.
An above average offering, not bad considering it is year round, but I would take a hit of Insanity as I like that beer by Weyerbacher a bit better. Enjoy!
Aroma: 8 (25%), Taste: 7 (25%), Look: 8 (15%), Drinkability: 8 (35%), Overall: 7.8
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