This post is a continuation of the 2015 New Beer Every Day Beer Diary Challenge, #ottbeerdiary. Over the course of 2015, I drank at least one new beer every day. Please read the background in the link above, and enjoy reading about the most recently tasted beers below. This year I may deviate from the diary format in some posts, hoping to concentrate more on the locations and the breweries I am enjoying. If you’d like to join the challenge as well, let me know in the comments below. You can catch up on all of our posts as part of the challenge under the tag ottbeerdiary.
Day 384: January 19, 2016
It’s so hard to find open spots in my agenda these days, that the meetings are starting earlier and earlier now. Unfortunately, the last meetings are also extending later and later as well. A full twelve hours in the office today, almost entirely spent either in meetings or walking between meetings.
But important topics, which will hopefully result in good decisions by the end of the month. And hopefully some clarity for myself as well.
It’s always a good thing when the pieces fall into place.
Style: American IPA
Producer: Butcher’s Tears
Alcohol content: 6.0%
Bottle size: 0.33 l
Purchased from: Uw Bierspecialist at Noordkade in Veghel, the Netherlands
La Condition Humaine II: Life…But How To Live It? by Butcher’s Tears. 6% ABV 33cl bottle. Green Cap dry hopped with Alxanum. Brewed at Brouwerij Gulden Spoor in Belgium. Bottled Feb 11, 2015. Best by Nov 11, so I’m a bit late in drinking. Didn’t matter. Beautiful bitterness. Citrusy bitter, both on the aroma and flavor. Decent body, not watery in the least. Excellent bitter IPA.