This month’s Brew Review takes us away from the World of Craft beer and back into the kind of good-old fashioned Americun workin’ class beers that have gotten our nation through tough-economy times. I’m talking Café Miranda’s White Trash Selection, which you can drink by the can or the pitcher. As for cost you can’t beat it: the motto is: “two fifty pretty nifty — two and a half don't laugh.”
Narragansett: The local favorite of all the old folks around here affectionately known back in the day as “the ‘Gansett” or “Nastygansett” has apparently dubbed itself “the Official Beer of the Clam.” Question: When did bi-valves get a vote on this? What about the mollusks’ rights? One sip of this crystal clear workin’ brew with its golden straw color and tinge of malt notes and you’ll be transported back to the shrubs behind the high school in 1985 all over again.
Colt 45: The real star of the joint is the 40-ounce Colt 45 sold in a paper bag, which is really slumming it in terms of White Trash Selection as anybody who has gagged down this malt liquor can attest. According to 40ouncebeer.com you’ve got to “throw it in the freezer for 30 minutes then drink it quick, because once it starts getting warm it tastes like Chewbacca's ass.”
Genesee Cream Ale: Your dad’s “Genny Cream Ale” was cool before you knew what cool was, you room-temp PBR swilling hipsters. With its, light hop and easy drinkability, this was the brew your dad drank in 1978 kicking back on his Charlie Brown striped sofa in piped gym shorts and tube socks, not because he was trying to impress some chick with his “ironical” beer, but because a six-pack cost $1.49*
*Inspired by the blog http://dadsaretheoriginalhipster.tumblr.com
6/8/2011 02:03:44 am
There used to be a place in Waltham, Mass that served 16oz PBR tall boys in brown paper bags. Ahhhh... Love that sorta thing!
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