Beers to go: 29
After a busy Sunday hosting a tailgate party fundraiser (thank you to those who supported us!), it's time for a relaxing Sunday. And of course in my world, that means Sunday brunch. There are few things I enjoy more than brunch, particularly on a nice, sunny Sunday. It's a peaceful, enjoyable way to spend a slow paced weekend morning; some eggs, some bacon, a Bloody Mary.... can't wait.
Before we get there, let's keep the countdown rolling and review the Sugar Hill Golden Ale from Harlem Brewing Company. In the glass, this beer has a clear gold color with a wispy white head. Your nose finds aromas of grain and honey, and the taste has flavors of malt sweetness and bread, with a floral, honey character. Easy drinking at 4% ABV, this beer is a good alternative to macro light beers. If you see it on the shelf, give it a try.
Thing to Think About Today:
I know that with a beer named Sugar Hill, you're expecting some Rapper's Delight by The Sugarhill Gang. And knowing how much I love the Rolling Stones, maybe you're expecting some Harlem Shuffle. However, it's a Sunday, and if you've forgotten the first paragraph, it's almost time for brunch. A key component of brunch is a relaxed environment, and music can play a huge a part in making that happen. So, let's pay homage to a Sugar Hill resident and let Duke Ellington finish up with Take the A Train - a song that also makes reference to Sugar Hill in the lyrics. Enjoy your Sunday, everyone.... see you at brunch.