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  • Ted’s Beer of the Month: Jan 2014


    A fabulous February fourth to you, my fellow fans of that fine, foamy fluid that facilitates flirtation and foolishness in folks frugal and flush alike! I’ve decided that this month’s theme is going to be alliteration, so strap in for a slew of synonyms superbly selected so similar sounds suffuse my sentences.

    Victory Prima Pils – 5.3% – bottle

    Golden with just a hint of haze and a long-lasting light foamy head, this beer smells like bread and yeast and mild hops. The taste is bitterer than I expected, with a light citrus flavor. Very effervescent on the tongue, and a clean finish. My previous campaign to enjoy stouts more by drinking a wide variety of them has worked pretty well, so I think I’ll work on pilsners for a while.

    Victory Headwaters Pale Ale – 5.2% – bottle

    Pours a hazy, pale amber with a finger and a half of off-white head that leaves heavy lacing. Aroma is mostly spicy and citrus hops, with a little yeast as well. The taste is light biscuit and caramel malts, . Hops aren’t as present here as they were in the aroma, though there’s a citrus hit at the end. The finish is clean and sweet. This is a perfectly pleasant pale ale, I’ll probably pick up a pack posthaste.

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