Before heading out to a fundraiser tonight at The Moon Under Water brewpub (or as my mother calls it The Moon Down Under), I decided to try a bomber bottle I had been looking at for a while now. The art on this bottle is quite striking, and a different style than I'm used to … Continue reading Cry Me a River Gose
The #1 question people ask Mr. Burrito is "What makes a great burrito?". The answer is actually quite simple, but in order to explain it properly we need to look back at the origins of the humble-yet-delicious burrito.
Texas and Mexico were originally a part of the Spanish settlement in the new world, from the 1500s all the way until the 1800s when Texas became independent and eventually joined the United states. During that time the cuisines, cultures and peoples were all linked in a combination of European and Mexican cultures.
Light Side has a crisp and citrusy flavor to it, and is quite an easy drinking beer. Perfect for walking along the golf course, or for sipping on the beach. It's not going to hit you with a mouthful of hops either, in fact it has almost no hoppiness to it. The main notes are orange and lemon, with just a bit of the malt flavor, maybe a bit of spice.