The Tipsy-Train Beer Blog with Garage Beer's Runnin’ For Mayor

October 14, 2019

Garage Beer - Runnin’ For Mayor

Garage Beer - Runnin’ For Mayor

Long and tough Monday at work, but a Davin recommendation was my hope to finish things well on my tipsy-train ride home.

The can has a sort of bluish metallic crumpled up Christmas paper look to it which is pretty different, but doesn't overly catch the eye in the sea of competition.

Very smooth if not an overly confident can opening produced a really vibrant raspberry smell with a sour kick at the end. The first swig certainly followed the smell, with a powerful hoppy and acidic burst that really opens your eyes and clears the airwaves. Continuing on, the sour raspberry taste doesn't lose its oomph and certainly gives you alot of different taste sensations to enjoy. For me, it's slightly too sour and just over does it, but if this is in your flavour ballpark then it'll blow your socks off. (Mixed metaphor acknowledged)

Happy monday everyone.

Cheers!

Han


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