The things we drink

Volcano Mudslide - A Sweet Stout Beer

2019-08-28 17:00 #0 by: Tammie

My sister and went to the Feather Falls Casino in Oroville California for dinner. We decided to try their sample tray of beer.

Since we are both not really beer drinkers we decided it would best to line up the samples in the order we thought we would like them from most to least. It was kind of funny that we had the same opinion. We both thought we would like the lightest color of beer best and the darkest least.

Now I know, all of you true beer drinkers are probably thinking “No!” Don’t chose by color! Read the labels! Honestly, the labels didn’t help us a bit because we just didn’t know what we would like.

So, we would each take a sip of the sample starting from the lightest colored beer on down. Surprisingly, we both really loved the last beer! Volcano Mudslide a sweet stout beer.

What is your favorite beer?

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Tammie

Host of Paints and Crafts

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2019-08-28 20:54 #1 by: jordan

I never used to think of myself as a beer drinker, as it was always too bitter for me!

However, I have found that if everyone I am with drinks it, usually I am inclined to join them. The one I usually get at the moment is Doom Bar! Is it one that you have seen before? It is quite strong, but I think that it appeals to me because it is EVEN stronger.

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2019-08-29 16:15 #2 by: Tammie

I have never seen Doom Beer! I think the reason I the Volcano Mudslide so much is that it isn’t bitter and it isn’t “hoppy.”

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Tammie

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2019-08-29 20:56 #3 by: jordan

This might sound silly, but does it still taste like beer? I know that fruit beers taste different and can be easier to stomach that way.

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2019-09-04 02:58 #4 by: Tammie

It definitely tastes like beer!

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Tammie

Host of Paints and Crafts

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