Previously from this brewery: some of the best beers on earth
An abbreviated list of things I'm thankful for:
1. A wonderful family - who cooks me Thanksgiving dinner :)
2. The understanding that while my life is far from perfect, there are many others out there who have things so, so much worse.
3. That you actually take time to read this silly blog. I'm always floored when someone mentions a post they read, even though this site gets hundreds of visitors a day.
4. My new Rainbow Loom bracelet; I felt like the last kid at school to have one.
4. That I am loved.
Tonight's review is a pint of Blind Pig IPA from my all time favorite brewery, Russian River. This beer has a golden amber color with a lingering thin white head. Your nose picks up pleasing aromas of grapefruit and lemon, and your taste buds are greeted by ample resinous pine and grapefruit flavors, with a fantastic dry and bitter finish. Is this one as good as fellow Russian River offerings Pliny the Elder, and the uber-white whale Pliny the Younger? No, but this is still a world class beer that you should order whenever you spot it on tap. And, unless you live on the West Coast, Colorado, or Philadelphia, that won't be happening. Sorry.
Facebook will be loaded today with people saying, "thanks", so allow me to instead say, "Please." Pass the mashed potatoes, U2. I hope you all had a good Thanksgiving.
"So you never knew that the heaven you keep, you stole"