Weird Beer, and It Isn’t All GreenGreen beer, anyone?
This artificial shade of green might be a festive way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, but it sure doesn’t appeal to me. Maybe because it only works with pale watery beers and, green or not, those don’t appeal to me, either.
These days, lots of small micro-breweries are experimenting with unique brews that incorporate some unexpected ingredients, with surprisingly delicious results. And not a pale watery one among them. Here are a couple of my favorites.
With St. Patrick’s Day coming up next week, I can’t let you go without a small sampling of “green” beer.
From the Dead Frog Brewery near Vancouver, BC.
Why would anyone open a brewery and call it Dead Frog? According to their website, “Our name might be funny, but we are very serious when it comes to brewing.” And who could resist their advertising slogans?
Nothing goes down like a cold dead frog.
Would you like flies with that?
Fun and catchy!
What's your favorite brew? Any suggestions for celebrating St. Patrick’s Day?