Previously from this brewery: Shady Blonde, Bitto Honey, more Bitto Honey, and ParTea
As I mentioned earlier, I've been working to buy some fashion sunglasses for the first time in my life. Long a subscriber to the "who cares if I sit on them, they cost $4" theory of sunglasses, I'm now the proud owner of a pair that costs more than $4 but less than the cost of a fully loaded compact car. I apologize in advance for how incredibly sexy I look in them, as I know it's not fair to everyone else who doesn't look this sexy no matter what sunglasses they put on. My bad.
Today's beer is a pint of ParTea, an American Pale ale from nearby Prism Brewing Company. You get a hazy golden amber color with virtually no head. There's a citrus hop aroma, and when you drink it down you find plenty of lemon and tea, with a nice bit of bitterness on the finish. I love tea and hate coffee, so the addition of tea to beer is always welcome in my book. Definitely worth a sample if you see it on tap near you.
Thing to Think About Today:
To celebrate the arrival of my new sunglasses, what else could I possibly leave you with but the incredibly 80s song Sunglasses at Night by Corey Hart. Well, I guess I could have dropped Cheap Sunglasses by ZZ Top in here, but I didn't. Sue me.
"Don't be afraid of the guy in shades, oh no, it can't escape you / 'Cause you got it made with the guy in shades, oh no"