Asahi Creamy Premium: 6.0 –This really is super creamy compared to other much drier Asahi beers. I would probably enjoy it more, but sadly I had this in a Korean wing place. It was a good balm though.

Price Average: $4

Website: https://www.asahibeer.com/

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Before we get to the Oban distillery on our Scottish tour we try a whisky with a weird cat thing on it. It also (self-described) tastes like a candle? Because who doesn’t want to eat candles? It could be worse though. You could try this on the rocks. (hey-o)

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Wormtown Loose Lorals: 7.0 – This might be my favorite Wormtown. It’s light and hoppy pils, but there enough sweetness. Even better is having this on a hot day.

Price Average: $6

Website: http://wormtownbrewery.com/

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Pauwel Kwak: 7.0 – That is a proper Belgian strong ale. Its nutty and meaty characteristic are well met here. I also have to comment on the frankly ridiculous glassware it comes in. Overall though this is likely my favorite of this list so far.

Price $12

Website: http://bestbelgianspecialbeers.be/en

Count: 44/71

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Speaking of our “Battle of the Glen’s” idea from last week, we go here to Glenfarclas with a 105 proof whiskey that is best described by Buster Poindexter (hot, hot, hot)

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Wormtown Tennessee Tats Stout: 5.,5 – This has all the makings of a barrel aged stout, the heaviness, gravity and sweetness. Nothing special though beyond the type

Price Average: $12 for Half-Growler

Website: http://wormtownbrewery.com/

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Quilmes: 3.0 – That doesn’t taste like a beer. You can tell there is some sort of wheat or grain product that it comes from and that’s it really. Not strong or complex either just like grain in a wet sock or something. This is sad because making an Argentina beer a ‘6’ would have been funny

Price $3

Website: www.quilmes.com.au/

Count: 43/71

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We begin our month of scotch with something a little more on the lower end. Glen Garioch is by no means a bad scotch, but when you compare it to other highland scotchs even the basics of Highland Park are better. If you don’t read anything further just please go find a better highland scotch, maybe an Ardmore or Deanston’s.

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