Hoppy Red Ale
My original records for this beer date back to a batch of home brew in June 2007. It was a beer called IPA Massacre. It was brewed three times under this moniker with minor tweaks along the way.
There were no less than seven iterations of this beer brewed before releasing what you hold in your hands right now. I still don't know what style of beer it is, but I can tell you that it is hoppy and it is red.
The most significant tweak I made to the recipe was changing it to using hops grown in Washington USA. Accordingly, in January 2011 the name was changed to Yakima Scarlet.
Enjoy drinking years of transmogrification, at refrigeration temperature with your friends or family.
The only scantily clad woman in this bottle is the delicately sweet malt aroma, riding that savage Hop Bomb all the way through the long, stormy night sky until it hits your tongue…
HOP-ATOMIC PALE ALE
There is no doubt that this label contains imagery some people will possibly find objectionable. Those people might allude to the fact that it may be somewhat suggestive. To those people, I make no apologies: and I’ll tell you why.
Where you can expect the flavour to explode onto your palate. Enjoy the taste of Nelson Sauvin hops responsibly, at refreshing refrigeration temperature with your friends or family.
Spearheaded by pietistic religious denominations, prohibition of liquor and its dispensing saloons led to meek insipid bootlegged ales. To prevent this mediocrity reoccurring, Liberty has placed a constitutional ban on vapid watery suds.
If you have a bad case of the ‘drys’ this mobilised ‘wet’ crusader will bring big alcohol and even bigger taste to your palate. Let the redolence emitting from the seasoned bourbon barrels enter your proboscis and take your cognitive being to a state of joyful equanimity.
Then once nestled against your eagerly anticipating lips, its velvety viscosity will embrace you, smoother than a sovereignly sophisticate. Richness will reign, as you enjoy this delicious ebony elixir.
Never being one to need encouragement, we have sown our Royal Oats deep inside this hearty Stout. At first its toasty, chocolatey aroma dances around your senses, evoking thoughts of a majestic mocha.
One thing is for sure...
‘Once yé sipith this stout black,
Yé will always cometh back.’
Lord Joseph Esquire III
The thought of it makes the salty saline solution secreted by the lacrimal glands, run down the cheeks of anyone with a penchant for bold brews.
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Luckily for you we have ‘High Carb’ with more horsepower than Phar Lap on riods, and more flavour than Flavour Flav dipped in hot sauce. This Red Ale is a true oral delight... Don’t just get hydrated, get carbohydrated with Liberty High Carb Ale!