July Reader Mail
Who’s the most famous person that you’ve ever met? – Clark from Ohio
The cat puppet from Sabrina the Teenage Witch. Not the puppeteer, just the puppet.
I’m having a lot of trouble getting girls to go home with me. Any good closing lines? – Steve from New York
No. You shouldn’t be using any lines. Tell them that it’s time to go back to your place or else.
My boyfriend won’t have sex with me when I’m having my period. Thoughts? – Jill from “I’m not telling you where I live”
You’re having too many periods. Stop it.
Like always, check out Facebook and Twitter for extra content and feel free to send an e-mail if you want to ask a question for next month’s mail dump. Here’s the review. Don’t drink stouts on hot Summer days.
Appearance: This is easily the darkest, most opaque beer that I’ve ever encountered. I put a flashlight behind it and not a single photon made it through this slick, oily stout. The head is a deep brown reminiscent of a sandy beach on the eastern U.S. coast. That head is thick and unforgiving. This beer looks like it wants to hurt you.
Smell: Lots and lots of coffee; like working the line at Waffle House when the only customers are edgy teens that won’t order food. A good vapor of alcohol fills the air as soon as the beer begins to pour. Sweetness.
Taste: This is a thick beer. You could chew it if you really wanted to. There’s a surprisingly high level of carbonation too.
It tastes of bitter dark roasted coffee, sweet malt, and finishes with a grating alcohol taste that really forces its way around your mouth. It’s certainly sweeter than I’d expect a Stone product to be and the taste really sticks with you for quite some time.
Overall: I just noticed that this beer is 11%. I am feeling each and every part of that. This is a beer for a man that has no obligations the next day. This is a beer that you’d drink if you wanted the world to know that you don’t give a fuck. I love stouts, they are my lifeblood, but, while this looks great, I can’t forgive that offensive alcohol presence that invades this experience. 81/100.
Up Next: Sierra Nevada Narwhal Imperial Stout