This years Autumn Maple from The Bruery is good but I liked two years ago better. The beer seems less boozy and somewhat flat. Had it on tap so maybe the bottle version will be just as good. I had also aged the bottle I had from two years ago so that probably also made a difference.
With all the delicious craft beer we now have the option to drink, it proves difficult which beer to drink while going for a long session. Although I will always choose quality over quantity, sometimes quantity is the name of the game. The question is which beer do you choose for long days out on the river, or a long day of drinking at a BBQ or picnic. The usual suspects, Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller, Corona, are what we usually encounter. Light, Low abv%, cheap beer. Which is fine but I am currently looking for good session beer that can be consumed in large quantities without breaking the liver or the bank. Anyone got any suggestions?
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