Busy morning filled with yoga and getting things done before the afternoon devolves into watching football and drinking beer. Penn State takes the field at 3:30 against a Jekyll and Hyde sort of Purdue team. I have no idea what to expect, so no predictions here. Well, me drinking a beer is a safe prediction, if you're looking to make any bets today.
Fall is rapidly starting to turn into winter around here, just in case anyone was wondering. Therefore, it makes sense to review Malus, a Belgian strong dark ale from Kane Brewing Company in New Jersey. This beer was part of an elaborate beer trade/exchange with a friend and fellow beer geek a few weeks back. It pours a dark, chocolate brown hue with a sparse off white head. The aroma is tart, with apples, sweet malt, and yeast. The taste has a ton of candi sugar, malt, apples, clove, and stone fruits. Malus sports a hefty 9.5% ABV, but it doesn't taste boozy. In my notes, I included a comment, "With malice toward none, with charity toward all." Wait, that's actually an Abraham Lincoln quote, not one of mine. I actually wrote, "Tastes like Belgium." Very much liked this beer, and very much appreciate having generous beer geek friends willing to share!
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Thing to Think About Today:
With Kane Brewing as the beer of the day, is there ANY chance I'm putting anything in this space other than famous 80's rapper Big Daddy Kane? Nope. I'm just sad there isn't a video for Pimpin' Ain't Easy, thus making me switch to Smooth Operator for a Plan B video choice. Enjoy your Saturday, peoples.
"Transforming on stage like a Decepticon..."