Now, you must come to Florida and have one with me.
Great, if you want a beer that tastes like flowers."A highly remarkable Florida Ale, steeped with Hibiscus flowers for the perfect amount of natural sweetness. The color of tropic pressure has been kissed by the sun. The nose smells of a village lost in paradise, blossoming flowers, honeysuckle" - - - blah blah blah
Stick.with Lagers. You'll be happier.
Yet, at the same time, Crown Royal has introduced Maple, Vanilla, Apple, Salted Caramel, and other variants for the unwashed masses who, likewise, can't or won't accept blended Canadian Whisky on its own terms.Turkeytop wrote: The craft brews would probably bitch up a lager too. They do it for their middle class clientele. The middle class wants to co-opt our working class drink, but I can't accept it on its own terms. They have to gussy it up. Pumpkin spiced beer with subtle notes of rhubarb and green tea.