This one I’ll be the first to admit, I drank a lot this summer. I mean, that’s why I go to the gym. But I’m not going to lie, the beer I drank this summer was not the type of beer I would normally drink. It was a little more hoppy than I normally drink, and this beer was better.
And that makes it all the more impressive that I drank this beer all on-top of summer time (which is something I will never do).
Burgeon Beer is a new beer that has been brewed by Great Lakes Brewery and created by the same guy who created their beer (and I think it’s called The Lake) for their Summerfest Beer Festival in Chicago. According to the website, it’s “a refreshing summer beer that puts a twist on traditional stouts and ales.”It’s available in 12, 16, and 22 ounce cans, and the bottles come in two different sizes.
I am impressed by how much I had to drink of this beer. I think you guys might want to try it too.
I was very impressed by our taste testers’ opinions on this beer. They loved it. So did our testers. The fact that they loved the beer was awesome. I’m not sure if I can ever be as impressed by a beer as my testers were, so I don’t know what to say.
I think I just started drinking this beer after seeing our testers’ feedback. And yes, I am impressed. I think it was the beer and the fact that we had to try so many beers.
Beer is always a fun way to celebrate the holidays. It’s also one of the top foods that you’ll want to have for the New Years holiday as well. So if you’re looking for a way to have a little bit of alcohol but still be able to keep it classy, try this recipe.
If you can find it.
So I guess what I’m getting at is that this recipe may not be for everyone. It is for me though because I used to be a guy who wanted to drink a lot of beer. So I’m not sure if the flavor is quite right for me. But its still super tasty and I’m sure I’ll have a great time.
The recipe is simple. In a medium saucepan heat the water, salt, and sugar over medium heat. Meanwhile, in a small bowl combine the cheddar and mustard. When the sugar dissolves the cheese will begin to melt. While the cheese is melting, add the flour to the mixture. When the cheese is melted, stir in the beer. Cook over low heat for about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.