In the spirit of beer being the beverage of the everyday man (and woman), we present Musical Cheers, a column that puts real beer in the hands of real people. Musical Cheers is guest authored by a revolving selection of friends and columnists with tastes as varied as the beers they review.
Guest reviewer name/occupation: Frank Hermans, husband, dad. In my free time I am the publisher of Frankly Green Bay and majority owner of Let Me Be Frank Productions.
Random (answer at least three below)
Currently listening to: Jigsaw's “Sky High"
Currently reading: Lee Child's 13th novel in the Jack Reacher series, “Gone Tomorrow."
Favorite film: “The Outlaw Josey Wales"
Whitesnake or White Lion: Hello, White Lion — more of a pop guy.
Favorite Elvis song? All of them.
Preferred Blue Collar Brews:
Preferred White Collar Brews:
Stella, cause I love to ask for it like Marlon Brando.
Name of beer reviewing: Ale Asylum Babadook
Type of beer: IPA
ABV: IPA Babadook, brewed by Sentient Crash Test Dummies at Ale Asylum, Madison WI. Available at Ridgeview Liqour
Don't understand beer tasting, my experience in college was usually thru a funnel or shot-gunning. Now it's binge drinking at a Packer game, so I thought I should do this properly. I smelled the cap, heaved a bit. Took a small taste and swooshed it around and swallowed warm beer. Yuck! Packaging is awesome with a picture of a Babadook (An Australian monster of sorts). This is brewed by Sentient Crash Test Dummies at Ale Asylum, Madison Wis. and available at Ridgeview Liquor.
Well, the only real way for me to taste a beer is to take big gulps and voila: I love it! I loved it so much that I didn't like it till the third beer (If that makes sense, I think it will to most). Hence, why I bought a six-pack. I am not a beer sipper or a one beer at dinner guy; I'm a six-pack or more because if there is a reason to drink beer you should do it all the way.
You'll like this beer if:
You like Fantasy Factory or cool packaging.
You'll dislike this beer if:
You drink only one or like Pabst.
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