September 28th – NATIONAL DRINK BEER DAY! (Seriously, what a great day)

Posted on September 28, 2012 | By TheEnabler | Comments Off on September 28th – NATIONAL DRINK BEER DAY! (Seriously, what a great day)

So, the headline pretty much says it all.  It is National Drink Beer Day so you should drink some beer.  I would suggest one of my new favorites, the Sierra Nevada Tumbler.

beer. Beer. BEER. BEER!

Tumbler is a nice, malty brown ale. I much prefer malty to hoppy in my beers. It is smooth, with a hint of chocolate. It is very nice for fall days. Unfortunately, here in the old Tumbler brewing grounds we are having a sudden surge of close to 100 degree days which detracts from this type of beer, even for me. But, in a week or two when we get some normal cool evenings, I am getting my Tumbler on! Going to take a tumble after drinking? Tumble stumble? I know there is an excellent phrase there, I am close, I can feel it.

Anyway, it is National Drink Beer Day and who are you to question the President? Get out there and drink beer and support the economy. Even Sarah Jessica Parker is!


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