I can’t believe it’s almost Friday again. I also cannot believe I have virtually no plans this weekend. Well, Friday and Saturday I have no plans. On Sunday I go golfing with some buddies…probably the final round of the year. And let me clarify by saying, it’s more about crushing beers than the game of golf. While playing 18 is one of the few times I really throw back. You might assume that I drink in volume all the time. I mean, I’m a beer blogger and I write about beer most nights, right? Fact of the matter is, I drink frequently, but rarely in any significant volume.
Tonight’s review is of Two Brothers Dog Days, which is one of the last beers I have left from my trip to Chicago. The brew is an export style lager, a relatively rare style.
I drank this with Heather and Greg. Our thoughts went a little like this:
- Heather said it smelled like popcorn butter. She thought it was just OK.
- Greg said it smelled like moldy bread and vegetables. He thought it went down quick and had a smooth finish. “Better than Budweiser, but not as good as Yuengling”.
- I found the beer to be unremarkable. Unimpressive lager with a citrus finish.