goose island root beer
I just had to share this recipe with you because I am obsessed with it. I’ve even been known to use it as a base for my own homemade cocktails.
I am an avid fan of goose island root beer. I have a bottle of it at home, and I have drunk it often over the years. But more importantly, I know it has a deep, wonderful, and healing power. I hope you enjoy a taste of this drink.
I’ve been told that goose island root beer is best when made with a bottle of dark beer. To me it’s a drink that has been given a new life thanks to the addition of this new beer, and it is a good idea to drink it with a good dark beer.
This is an excellent root beer that’s a tad stronger than your normal brew, and I like that it’s just a little less sour. I have a feeling that with the addition of dark beers, we’ll be well on our way to a root beer renaissance in the near future.
I have to admit that I find this beer a little strong. But I also love that it tastes so much better than the rest of the root beer offerings we’re used to drinking. If you want a root beer that tastes like you, try this one.
Well, actually, it tastes like your regular root beer. Just with a little extra alcohol. So if you like your root beer to be more like a strong, but not too strong, beverage, this is the one for you. Or if you’re looking for something a little sweeter, try a bit of this.
So, basically, this root beer tastes like you, except the alcohol is a little stronger and the alcohol is added. If you like your root beer thick, you can get up to about two-thirds or three-quarters of a serving. If you like your root beer light and sweet, you can get up to about one-third or one-half of a serving.
The taste of root beer in general is not so strong though, and since it’s not as sweet, you might be better off with the two-thirds portion of this. Still, it’s worth it to try.
For the first time, we’re seeing a root beer company making a beer and selling it online. For most of the last 20 years, we’ve only been able to get root beer from the likes of MillerCoors and Anheuser-Busch. Now, we’ve finally seen a new company get in on the act. Goose Island (an Anheuser-Busch company) has launched a beer called Goose Island Root Beer.