man i wish they would quit booking these teenyhopper pilsners as headliners. where's the stout, where's the belgian-style open-fermented ale? at this rate in a few years the place will be overrun with kids flocking to see 3.2. sheesh.
Barrel Aged Butternut Squash & White Sage Saison aged 14 months in Pinot Grigio and Chard Barrels (sour).
Joseph James German Chocolate Cake Stout with Coco Nibs and Coconut
These were my favorites. The Butternut Squash and White Sage Saison was the best, without a doubt. It was very creamy, spicy and complex, and I was just amazed by it. All of these others were varying degrees of delicious. The Horchata was my second favorite, and really tasted quite a bit like its namesake.
The three worst were, without a doubt, in order: Salty Mick (like licking a bag full of salt), Sushi Beer (all soy sauce and ginger, so waaaaay too savory) and Spearmint Pinenut (Tasted like chemicals and left a really strong aftertaste.) I would highly recommend this beer fest to anyone next year: some really wild and great flavors.
Originally Posted by canexplain
Remember Hitler? I don't but here we are again .. cr****
Horchata Saison? Hot damn. That sounds insanely delicious. Does the name describe the taste exactly?
Originally Posted by bmack86
And it's been long established that Chris hates fun.
Originally Posted by Hatinisbad
I took my niece this year and it was her first Coachella. It was so fun to see it through her eyes. She thought it felt like a magical scene from Shreck. The one where all the fairy tale creatures meet for the first time in Shreck's swamp.