Thursday, October 9, 2008

New Beer Find!!!!


Sweet niblets, this is the best drink I have EVER had. A sweet little waitress suggested this at BJ's last night, where we were having our PTO meeting (we like to drink beer at our meetings).
It looks like wine, pours like a beer with a little foam, and goes down so easy with no bitter aftertaste. Oh how I love thee.
I can't imagine I'll ever drink anything else, that's how much I loved this.
I am going to a liquor store today to get some. (Cause in our state, that's where you have to buy stuff like this.)
So if you come over anytime soon (Slim, to watch FNL?) you are going to have to try some!

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11 comments:

Katy said...

Duh! This sounds delightful, I'll HAVE to try some. Michelob Ultra Pomegrante Rasp. WATCH out!

EH said...

I was introduced to this drink about 4 years ago and have been raving about it since-it is delicious and everyone should try asap. How wonderful to see it getting some press!! FYI-long time blog reader, first time commenter-just so excited to find someone else loving this beer.

AJ said...

Yay! Something new to try! Wanna laugh? I just fell down the stairs and I don't have anyone hear to laugh with me-or at me:)

Joy said...

MMM I will have to be on the look out for this one, sounds interesting. I am not a beer girl (I know) but do love me some wine.

Mamalicious said...

Looks nummy. I must try!

Lyndsay said...

Glad you posted this, otherwise, I don't think it would have been something I would have tried.

Beer? At a PTO meeting? Must find me a PTO group like that ...

Blanda Amania said...

Oh, my... that sounds DELISH'!

Jennifer said...

Yum...will look for that one this week.

Matt & Carrie said...

bet it would be good served with wheat beer....mmmmmm....am i dreaming or does bj's have a drink like that???

Bella said...

The raspberry or peach is also good if poured over some icecream.

Tanya said...

Hi...found you via MMM! Just wanted to add that if you enjoy raspberry flavored beers, you might like to try Leinenkugel Berry Weiss as well! Its a little lighter and less cloying than the Lindemans...absolutely delicious and refreshing, especially in the spring!

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