On Wednesday, December 18th, 2019, it was another cold day outside! We opened a Belgium style ale, an imperial stout brewed with cinnamon, and an apple pie moonshine.
Out of the stout advent box is the Christmas Bomb and is 13% ABV. This is an imperial stout brewed with cinnamon. You can definitely smell the cinnamon in this one! This is brewed and packaged by Krebs Brewing Company out of McAlester, OK. If you are a fan of cinnamon, this is a great beer to pick up. If not, you may have to trade with your significant other, or friend. If you look close, in the corner it has an elf that has on it’s sign that says ‘Can you find the differences? There are 20.’ As I was turning the bottle back and forth (after pouring the beer in the glass), I then tried to peel the label off. How easy it was amazed me. I then took that label and placed it on a piece of paper.
Out of the standard advent box is a pretty can – Saison de Lis, a Belgian Style Ale brewed with Chamomile Flowers. At 5% ABV, this is a nice, light beer – not hoppy at all. Has a pleasant taste to it. This is brewed and packaged by Perennial Artisan Ales out of St. Louis, MO. With an ale, it’s sometimes hard to determine if it will be good or not – this one does have our vote.
Now on to our shot of the night… this is Blumer’s Moonshine (Apple Pie Moonshine). At 20% ABV/40 proof, this is not as good as my apple pie moonshine. 🙂 This is definitely a bit harsher, but drinkable. Better than the absinthe.
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