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Whiskey from a distillery in Breuckelen and summer beers.
From Breuckelen Distiliing’s website -
77 Whiskey – Distilled from New York Wheat (previously known as Black Wax)
This whiskey is produced the same way we make our wheat base spirit for our gin. That means we distill the grain in a manner to retain the character of the wheat. That flavor is then matched with the contribution of the barrel as it matures here in our space.
Distilled from 100% wheat, aged a minimum of 4 months in new American Oak
And, the summer beers are just some summer beers.
Grab a head or two of garlic. Yes. A head or two. Use whatever method you use to separate the cloves into a metal mixing bowl, or bowl.
Now put the two bowls together. Since I don’t have two of the same size mine don’t match, but as long as you don’t get garlic flying out of the bowl, you’re fine.
Now shake vigorously… and, voila! Your garlic should be separated from their skins. Some of mine remained intact likely because this clove of garlic was a bit old and the bowl could have been bigger.
Have you read about Brooklyn? It’s really cool. I mean really.
So why not demonstrate your credibility of how cool you are by drinking a collaborative beer between Brooklyn and Schneider Weissbier Brewery.
Straight from the bottle:
“Schneider & Brooklyner Hopfenweisse is a collaboration between brewmasters Hans-Peter Drexler of the Schneider Weissbier Brewery and Garret Oliver of The Brooklyn Brewery. Garrett and Hans-Peter have long admired each other’s beers. Now together they bring you a new sensation, a pale weissbock robustly dry-hopped with the Hallertauer Saphir variety grown in the fields near the Schneider brewery. Hoppy, zesty and supremely refreshing, Schneider & Brooklyner Hopfenweisse is a delicious blend of Bavarian craftsmanship and American ingenuity.”
Do I really need to say more? Yes.
Wheat and sweet smell and taste.
Why is it magical?
A beautiful golden color says rich rich rich.
Those wonderful spicy and phenolic Belgian characteristics speak wonders.
A nice medium slick body with lots of earthiness, lemon, pepper, and grass says spring and or summer. Nice biscuits too.
It’s complex. It’s drinkable. It’s beautiful.
I drink this a couple of times a week and when I don’t feel like picking a beer at the bar.