Also this weekend, KC and I tried a little beer tasting event. We didn't get too far since he tasted a few too many beers the night before. However, I have 2 caps in the binder from the attempt, and four more in the fridge awaiting our next sing at it.
First man up is a Goose Island 312 "Urban Wheat Ale" . What makes it urban I have no idea, but I can tell you that wheat beer has (to me) an odd dry taste. Goose Island is a Chicago micro in the process of selling out to Anheuser-Busch. Next to him is a second Brooklyn beer (which you saw in book 1, board 7), this one Green background and gold "B" rather than the opposite. Next up is my 4th Sierra Nevada, found in the Kroger parking lot on our way to get the six beer-tasting beers. Next to it is a Newcastle Limited Edition that was among three that KC found on a walk (one of which, sadly, turned out to be a hard cider). I wasn't able to determine much more as the Newcastle Brown Ale website is both confusing and annoying. The other one KC found was a Breckenridge Breweries, who brew a variety of beers from Denver and environs, all apparently wearing the same cap.
Here are the yet-to-be-drank gang. Top left is another variation on Leinkugel's Oktoberfest; Next to him is an Indiana Amber from the Oaken Barrel brewery, a brew-pub in Greenwood, IN. Bottom left is my third Moosehead lager, and next to him is a Molson Canadian. So today netted a total of 17 caps, and by the time they all join the book we'll be up to 510!