So there I was, in a New Hampshire liquor store. I was stocking up on so many things (I love you Ezra Brooks), but sadly the store I was at was smaller, and had almost nothing for a scotch selection. Worse what was there were things I’d already had/reviewed. There was something that stood out, that I had not seen before.
Rapscallion Honey: 6.0 – The honey doesn’t bring a lot of sugar to the party, and cuts the hoppiness making this a very drinkable beer, but not very tasty.
Google Shop Average: Rapscallion Honey $6 Draft (hence image)
Berkshire River Ale: 6.0 – It’s a nice dark ale, but it’s just missing something. Like they could have gone in a few directions to make a better beer, and just didn’t.
Google Shop Average: Berkshire River Ale $5
Fleur: 5.5 – Fairly good belgian ale, nice bit of sweetness to it. Again though it’s gone the route of a Belgian style ale, but it lacks the real gravitas that most belgians have in terms of taste.
Google Shop Average: Fleur $8
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