Drink good beer and eat good food in a good pub with good people, that's what.
So it was that on the coldest day and night in many a January, sixteen hardy folks assembled at the Harvest Moon brewpub in New Brunswick for a special beer tasting.
The Harvest Moon beers were especially well received also. The Moonlight Kolsch, with its distinctive nose, crisp mouthfeel and lingering finish began the flight, and it was followed by a very nice Harvest Hefeweizen. The classic Jimmy D's Firehouse Red came next (Google Jimmy D'heron for the background on that story if you need to) and an exceptional, malty Downtown Brown followed it. Full Moon Pale Ale, which this writer considered outstanding was the penultimate beer, and the BBON (Best Beer of the Night) in The PubScout's opinion was the Black Friday Imperial Stout.
|Heather and Lou lend new meaning |
to the term "Malt Shop."
And on this night everyone's cockles needed some warming.
But that was also achieved by the excellent company interacting over good beer and good food in good pub.
Just like the title of this blog says.
Judging by Ann's smile, her cockles were toasty indeed.
|Ann had a great time!|