Love these breweries who apparently can't make a decent lager so they just write three paragraphs about their unique blend of hops on the side of the can.

If they'd at least put the IBU number on the front of the box I would have known to avoid this fucking swill :yeet:

@proto i really hate the 'tropic, and citrus' trend right now
@alphakamp @proto looks better than some of the beer i've had recently. tropic citrus trend sounds tasty rn
@tsu @proto bitter for me, im gonna go grab some 100% cocoa rn
@alphakamp @proto i hear ya, i wouldn't pass that up. i don't think i've had any cocoa brewed beers before, but i'd love to try it

@tsu @alphakamp I've loved some chocolate stouts. Most of those are pre-christmas seasonal though, it seems

@proto @tsu breweries around me are putting spicy things in stouts, including habenero. do not like

@alphakamp @tsu I bought a few cider samplers with habanero variants in them. Hated it at the outset, kinda grew fond of it. Still wouldn't buy it on its own, and habanero beer sounds terrible

@proto @alphakamp i'd be curious to try habanero in beer or cider. not sure if it'd be my thing. like stouts, and flavor heavy things, are great to have a couple glasses of with certain meals. contrasting or balancing the flavors
@tsu @proto to be fair, the flavor does blend well if not to over powering which the ones i tried were not. However I would prefer a plain ole guiness anyday
@alphakamp @proto guiness can be a good time. i don't drink it much. had it on st. patricks day once with red wine, it's called a /red velvet/, two glasses floored me lol
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