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Gobble Gobble/ BCBCS Friday

Gobble Gobble/ BCBCS Friday

Thanksgiving was more like Craftsgiving! WE ended up hosting the meal at our house this year. The family was amazing… they brought and did everything! I only made mashed potatoes. After lunch I started introducing the good stuff to the girls of the party. Apparently I was on the Bruery kick.

We Started with The Bruery Mash Vanilla – previously rated.


Then to The Bruery Mélange no. 14 It begins with a woodsy chocolate smell, with tastes of cherries, vanilla, brown sugar and a slight hint of sour apple! What an amazing dark beer!

Then on to Prairie Pirate BOMB! Omg such a crazy play on your palate starts out with a whiff of strong black coffee, tastes like choco in the front with rum followed by nuts, toffee, dark chocolate, that leaves a sweet linger but a bitter black coffee breath out. Plus pumpkin pie!


Ooh I almost forgot the beer that surprised me the most! Brass monkey No-Li- it smelled like orange rinds and pours a sunset orange, sweet with a touch of cinnamon and a hoppy finish.


BCBS Black Friday was filled with lines and driving around DFW, I sent my people to Spec’s in Dallas to wait in line for 4 hours while I wandered over to Kegs and Barrels in Plano to wait for an hour and a half, only then to travel of to Richardson Beer and Wine to get some more. After the day was done we had a pretty decent hall. I popped open the variant Barleywine– it smelled like oak tasted like sticky maple syrup and bourbon, and exhaled with tabacco! OH what a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend!


I also got this amazing thing from sip caddy! To shower with a beer at my side! Check these guys out on their WEBSITE. Don’t forget to follow me for more posts! 


Had this to satisfy my beer/star wars nerd! A solid stout with hoppiness 


Another amazing drink with this solid Texas smash IPA! Light and hoppy! 

Love, 

The Beerded Lady 

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