Yesterday was a travel day; stopped in Napa to get some lunch and wander around, then headed to the airport to get on a plane to Portland. Good thing we got there very eary; Southwest's systems were down, so it took about 45 minutes to get our luggage checked. Ugh.
Today's beer is the IPA from Lagunitas - unfortunately, we didn't get to try this one at their on-site tap room. We drove down to Petaluma, only to find they're closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. Despite this set back, I managed to get a giant mug of IPA on draft at dinner last night. It poured a nice copper color with a thin white head. I had a hard time picking up aromas, as my allergies were flaring up from our time in wine country (I think you get grapefruit). When you drink it, you get strong hop bitterness throughout, and a good citrus profile as well. Probably not as hoppy as some other California IPAs, and certainly not as hoppy as some of their other offerings. Fairly easy drinking beer, and quite good.
|Giant mug, good beer!|
Unfortunate that we didn't get to sample some of their seasonal releases or beers that only exist on draft in the pub, but what can you do. Next time.
Thing to Think About Today:
Another day of living out of a suitcase, another day in a hotel another day driving around, another plane ride. Hey, it beats the hell out of working! If we're on the road, we'll have Willie Nelson take it from here:
Did you know Willie Nelson attended Baylor University for two years? Now you do.