Sunday, July 2, 2017

Beer Review- Voodoo Ranger IPA.

Happy July 2nd Everyone!

Last night I celebrated a little with a new beer! I enjoy trying something new when I get a hankering for a brew. This is my latest.



Another fine beer made by New Belgium Brewing Company.

It has a bitterness that I kind of liked. It would go good with barbecue!

About 7% alcohol by volume.

I give it 4 out 5 smiley faces. 😊😊😊😊*


later, 

the rat

7 comments:

  1. I hope you get a chance to post more on different beer. I've been on likeing to what I would consider a meduim red ale. Not much on a bitter beer.
    We had a late celebration of summer soltice and we toast summer with some mead which was good..
    Coffee is on

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    1. Sure! I usually try something new once a week or so. I'll start doing that.

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  2. I got converted to Guinness Extra Stout in 1968, by my high school English teacher --and it's still my go-to beer. But later, an Hispanic friend introduced me to Corona, probably the cheerfulest beer in the world. But your post has got me scanning the beer aisles for Voodoo Ranger. Thanks!

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    1. I have been sampling different pale ales for awhile now. This one is interesting. Go to their website to read more. 7 different kinds of hops are used. I think it would compliment some pork chops for sure.

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  3. I haven't had an alcoholic drink in about 15 years. Never cared much for the stuff so just decided not to drink it anymore. I'm more of a tea drinker. It's nice to find something that you do like though.

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    1. when it comes to tea, I like Earl Grey and Oolong! I don't drink beer often but when I do, I try new things.

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    2. I love Earl Grey. I just ordered some online since my stupid grocery store never has the Bigelow brand of it in stock. Twinnings has a good one too.

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