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  1. Gibb
    August 31, 2011 @ 9:59 pm

    So you tasted: Fresh cut pineapple,Lemon Pledge, butter brickle ice cream. Not normal pineapple, but fresh cut, I guess there is a huge taste difference there, Lemon Pledge, you have tasted cleaning supplies and can say from personal experience that this beer tastes like Lemon Pledge as opposed to Mr. Clean. Butter Brickle, this is my favorite, of all the toffee variations out there, you picked out butter brickle in this beer. Man, you must have the taste-buds of God.
    Look, my main point, once you get past the sarcasm, is that it’s getting old seeing these pretentious beer reviews. There is no need to try to impress people with how many flavors you can pick out in a beer. Just tell people what you think. No one really believes you tasted Lemon Pledge in this beer, it just makes you look like you are trying too hard

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    • Dan
      August 31, 2011 @ 10:03 pm

      Read it again jerky, I stated that as the aroma. Maybe you’ve eaten too much Pledge. Chuuuuch!

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  2. Steady Eddie
    March 25, 2011 @ 9:15 am

    Imagine a 90 minute on steroids and lsd — not you, the brew! While the expectations I had of squall being something entirely out of the world were slightly diminished upon my first tasting, I was far from disappointed. This brew was exciting to my t-buds in ways other beers cannot come close to. Comparing it to a 90 minute is easy, but the natural fermentation and bottle conditioning add something to the experience that can only be described as wild, and untame. In a 90, you can taste the “commercialism”, but the Squall has that unruly property that screams “craft”. Dogfish Head should do a natural, unfiltered version of their 120 minute.

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