Boulder Beer Sweaty Betty

Spent the day with my little brother carving pumpkins and helping him to write his National Honor Society application essay. Check out our bad-ass pumpkins:

Now the wife and I are chilling out watching TV. I’d rather be watching the Bruins, but I’m the nicest husband on earth and I’m DVRing the game.

I reached into the crisper and grabbed the first beer my fingers touched. Ended up being this Boulder Beer Sweaty Betty. The first thing that strikes me as odd is the color: just about the palest yellow I’ve seen in a craft beer. Cloudy. It kind of looks like lemonade to me.

Head disappeared quick with very little lace. Taste reminds me of a Hoegaarden, except a more watered down version. Yeasty. Some lemony bready flavor too. Probably a phenomenal beer for a summery day. Just an OK beer on a rainy fall evening like tonight.

Author: Joshua Dion

I write about beer in an un-intimidating way, welcoming beer lovers of all experience levels.

3 thoughts on “Boulder Beer Sweaty Betty”

  1. What's in a name? When I read the post title, I conjured images of a big, hefty flavoured – maybe spiced? – ale(sweaty) but wrapped in gentle, mildly carbonated mouthfeel(Betty). The exact opposite of the beer itself!

    And, might I say, them's some kick-arse punkins! We might even take up Halloween here in Australia if we could get pumpkins like those!

    Cheers
    Prof. Pilsner

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