Today I’m trying a German style Märzen beer made in Saskatchewan, Canada!
My video today is a mish-mash of two reviews and my Christmas. I try Hite Christmas special edition which comes in a painted christmas can. Then I try some korean oranges from je-ju, south korea. Then to finish off the video I talk about how my christmas went and my future plans.
Hope you enjoy the video below:
Iwate Kuro is a black extra stout beer. It is made in Iwate which is on an island in Japan. Kuro is the japanese word for black. The beer has a medium body and tastes like roasted grains and coffee. JI-BI-RU mean local beer in japan.
This beer is one of the better beers I have ever tasted in my life. It’s a 10/10 beer. If you a chance to try this beer pick it up because it is awesome!!
Below is my video of the beer….
hello guys and gals today my video/blog is on woodchucks hopsation hard apple cider. It’s a crisp smooth flavored cider with the taste of hops, apple, and alcohol.
Korean’s love their chicken and beer. So it is essentially envitable that at some point they would combine the two to create chimaek. Chicken in Korean is 치킨 and beer is called 맥주. So 치맥 is just essential the two words combined and dropping the second syllable in each word.
It is a marvellous thing because the beer and chicken compliment each other well. The trend has also caught on in the neighbouring countries of Japan and China due to famous Korean dramas advertising this dish.
The chimaek can also lead into other foods that go well with beer including roasted peanuts and other various dishes. The culture around this dish is intensive and can lead to a night of heavy drinking and one shots of beer or Soju.
Chimaek is one of the best ways to experience Korean culture and everyone who visits Korea should engage in chimaek if your comfortable with drinking alcohol and eating chicken.
Please enjoy my video on the topic.
My review of McGargles pale ale and Lager. These beers are 4.5 percent alcohol and brewed in Ireland. I am more of a Lager person but I reviewed both the Lager and the pale ale. Both have a fruity flavour but the pale ale has an overpowering citrus and hop flavour. Hope you enjoy this video. Please give back feedback and like and subscribe if you like my video. Have a good day.
Cass Red is a semi strong beer brewed in South Korea. It contains 6.9 percent alcohol. The taste is fresh and refreshing. It is commonly sold in many supermarkets and small stores