Today’s Inebritory Beverage…

…is brought to you by Sad Old Goth

Actually, it was bought for me by SOG, so no, you can’t have any.

I ain’t sharin’, Sharon.

(this I’m swearin’)

8 Responses to “Today’s Inebritory Beverage…”

  1. gregor says:

    So, how was it?

  2. Kate P says:

    I’ve heard of shrimp brewed in beer, but beer brewed with oysters sounds pretty wild.

  3. Rob says:

    Beer and oysters go great together one after the other but I’m not sure I’d like them going down together at the same time out of the same bottle … not that I wouldn’t try that. I most certainly would. Normally, I prefer ice cold beer and ice cold oysters on the half shell. So, how was it?

  4. Greg Newsom says:

    Whenever I think of beer,I think of oysters-Not!
    beer and oysters kinda go together like ice cream and
    pizza.Good once in a blue moon.Peanuts would be better, and cheaper.

  5. don says:

    Interesting brew.

    Should Heineken be worried?

  6. Mr. Bingley says:

    It was very tasty. It was very smooth and rich with some lurverly chocolate flavors. I’m going to get some more of this. But it’s a heavy beer…and it comes in a conveniently large bottle.

    Don, it’s just a completely different critter from a Heineken (and I have to say I don’t like Heineken all that much; it’s got too perfumey a flavor for me). Heinies are summer beers; this is a hearty winter brew.

  7. Mr. Bingley says:

    Oh, and I couldn’t taste anything that reminded me of oysters.

    I’d better buy some more and conduct further experiments…

  8. Cullen says:

    Yeah, the name is immediately a put-off to me, but if you say there’s no fishy flavors, I might be willing to try it out. I’m a heavy beer fan.

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