Rincon MacBrown: 4.0 – The nuttiness of the brown ale certainly shows here, but otherwise the beer lacks a real impact – from a microbrew this was the beer I was hoping they would just ‘get right’ but alas.
Google Shop Average: Rincon MacBrown $4 draft
Alright enough scotch, back to vodka (we should consider a gin binge). This time we go back once again to my least favorite friend, the bottom shelf. Because when you know you are buying ingredients for russians, the idea of a 10 dollar vodka seems enticing. You remember though that in most cases it may be 10 dollars, but it’s not 10 dollars well spent.
As the 1L marker may indicate – this review is a little special. I was recently traveling through London (and apparently will return, so expect a new segment on London pubs to hit this site), and on the way home after some successful business I got myself some duty-free scotch. Of course with many options I couldn’t resist another entry from the Walker line.
Maverick Lager: 4.0 – Really light for a lager overall, and the taste is just really standard, Even worse you expect more from a beer company called Guns and Oil. Like this should have been so powerful a weak human couldn’t even handle it. and yet it’s about as strong as a feather.
Google Shop Average: Maverick Lager $7 draft
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