Clown Shoes Undead Party Crasher

Tonight I have two videos to share with you. One, is epically awesome. The other, is epically shitty.

First up, in the awesome department, this past weekend I sat for the fourth go-around on my arm tattoo. It’s nearly complete, with hopefully only one sitting left, although I’ve said this the last 2 times. Whatcha think?

Next, in the fuck-me-in-the-butt department, my car’s tail light allowed water into my car for the fourth time since I’ve owned it. Water comes in through a faulty seal, fills up the trunk, and then flows underneath my back seat. I captured it on video so I could show the car dealer the damage this is causing. Whatevs. It could be worse…this rain could be snow.

Tonight’s beer is one of the last winter beers I have on hand – Clown Shoes Undead Party Crasher. The Party Crasher is an 11% ABV imperial stout. Frankly, I’m no longer in the mood for deep dark beers, so it’s a good thing I’m almost out.

The Party Crasher has a great back-story. This beer was formerly known as Vampire Slayer, but Clown Shoes was sued by a wine company with a product of the same name. Thus, a label showing an undead trademark attorney getting killed.


As far as the beer goes, watch out; this sucker will get you. The 11% is evident in the aroma, on the palette and now on my breath. After killing about 3/4 of the bottle, I’m definitely feeling it, and have no plans to finish the beer off. For flavors, I get a bunch of vanilla, chocolate, roasted malts and booze. It’s not too shabby, although I would recommend sharing it with friends.


Clown Shoes Undead Party Crasher

Author: Joshua Dion

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