Wednesday, November 7, 2012


Hello everyone,

I am sorry for the hiatus but I have had multiple things get in the way and I have started an amazing new job. I hope to give you a post by next Thursday or before the end of the month. I have so many reviews to write I just need to make the time to write them. Thanks for staying with me!

Friday, August 24, 2012

Vacation, Pre-job duties, West Nile and Apartment hunting

Sorry for the late post. I will be taking a break for a few weeks due to everything that is in the title. I have been sick, preparing for my job, preparing to go on a vacation, and have been spending days on apartment research. I am tired and behind put here are some items to enjoy in the meantime!

Redhead Girl - Ballpoint Pen by =VianaArts on deviantART = The epicness of Flash.

and beards!

Thursday, August 16, 2012


I have gotten really busy and sick this past week. Here are some more music videos. Sorry about the delay.
I tried for about 30 minutes and I finally hacked around the problem.

Thursday, August 9, 2012

The Dead Days of Summer

I haven't had time to review many things this summer since I am going through a very large transition so here is some more art in order to keep my posts weekly. I hope you enjoy.

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Jeff, who lives at home

This movie is one of my new favorite movies. Easily of 2012 so far. It maybe because it hit me at the right time or maybe it was because the whole project came together so well but Jeff is an artistic comedy that everyone should check out.
This movie follows a broken family cause by the death of a father. Each person seems to be lost in their own way but in the end they find something that makes all of them happy. No not themselves though that is an added bonus.

Jason Segel and Ed Helms do a great job entertaining in this underrated comedy. Check it out.

How it was consumed: Plano dollar theater

Rating: 9/10 On my favorites list

Thursday, July 26, 2012


This is my first review via my Galaxy S3. This is so exciting. I am currently waiting in line for the new batman movie though this won't be posted for days afterwards.

So I went to see Ted at Denton cinemark for the 3.50 Thursday deal. I knew it would be fairly good but it made me laugh out loud.

This involves a story of what would happen if a child got his wish to bring his teddy bear to life. It would be nice Disney movie for the first month of his life but Ted explores what would happen about 30 years after that.

This is Seth MacFarlane at his best. Family guy is old but little better than your average Simpson's. American dad is still epic but is getting a little long in the tooth. This movie portrays something I already knew, Seth still has it.
I would have been alright paying $7 for this movie but luckily I didnt have to. The early part ending is a bit cheesy but it didn't take away from the movie.

How it was consumed: Denton Cinemark.

Rating: 9/10 On my favorites list

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Batman and good music

I will be going to see The Dark Knight Rises at the IMAX Friday and I will be happy. Here is some new music and such.

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Another taste

Creativity and art seem to have no definite meaning, but they are truly extra-ordinary.

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

No review this week but...

Best Summer Beers for Cyclists | Bicycling Magazine

I read this article about great summer beers. Stay thirsty my friends.

Also I thought it would be nice to post my best man speech here as well. Though this isn't it word for word this is my draft I worked with.


Hello Ladies and Gentlemen, I am Zach Derrick and I have been given the great honor to be Andy’s best man. Andy knows a lot of people has many great friends so I can’t tell you how happy it is to know your best friend picked you as a best man.

I would like to thank Ross and Rennee Robinson as well as Marge and Joe Langteau for making today possible and for raising two of the finest people I have had the pleasure of knowing.

I am a little nervous today. You have no idea how many times I have watched the “Wedding Crashers” to prepare for this.

I first met Owen Wilson in 9th grade at Shepton High School. I was a shy kid but I decided to take a risk and meet someone new that day. It was one of the best decisions I have ever made. I remember the first time me and Andy hung out at his house. We chilled in his pool and talked about how cool the Ninja Turtles were. I have been extremely lucky to see Andy grow into the man he is today. He still has all the curiosity, charisma, and sense for adventure he had as a kid.

When I first met Lindsay I thought she was a pretty cool person. As I have gotten to know her I have discovered that she is a beautiful, caring and fun woman as well as a great friend to have. I can only hope that I meet a woman as wonderful as Lindsay. Can we get around of applause for how radiant and stunning the bride looks? You should wear that every day.

It is needless to say that Andy and Lindsay are amazing together. They have done many things together from running a 5k to traveling the world. They are not jealous of each other and they help and encourage the other to grow. I can’t think of any two other people who would make a better couple

Andy has taken many adventures over the years and now he will be taking many more with a woman who is not only his best friend but now his wife.

I love both of you and I know you will both lead happy lives. So here is to a lifetime of happiness and love for Andy and Lindsay Langteau.


Thanks again for visiting. We have just hit 4,000 page views! Also we are 1 year old as of the 6th of July! It has been a great run and I hope to keep on doing this for another year. 

Thursday, June 28, 2012

dead dayz

So I have been apply to multiple jobs as well as keeping up with some person things. Sadly I didn't have time for a review but here once again is a different Taste of Zach.

I got to see this person live on 6/17/12. I bought her CD. She was pretty good.

Saw her at the Summer Block Party in the Dallas Art District. She is also played on radio station 91.7 KXT

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Dig Pale Ale by New Belgium

New Belgium Brewery are the same people who make one of my cherished amber ales, Fat Tire. This Spring Seasonal is not a very hoppy beer but still has the slight bitterness for a kick.

According to the website Sorachis Ace hops provides a fresh Spring zing with a lemon aroma. Also the Nelson Sauvin hops adds bursts of passion fruit, mango and peach.

I am not a fan of fruity beer unless it is done right. Though I haven't reviewed it yet Real Ale's Devil's Backbone has a slight citrus smack that doesn't ruin the beer.

If I didn't read the online description I would of not known that Dig had any flavoring of passion fruit, mango or peach. If I had to guess a flavor I might of guess the lemon but even that is faint unless you knew it was in there.

So if you have not yet missed your opportunity grab this beer and give it a taste. It is well worth it if you like American Pale Ales. Please don't confuse this with Indian. I know Columbus did but he didn't have Google. You do! IPA's are bitter and American Pale Ales usually are not.

So enjoy without fear.

How it was consumed: From my barrel shaped mug.

Rating: 8/10 Great

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Moosehead Larger

Moosehead is a crisp beer with a very light taste. It reminds me of our domestic beer. It is very similar to Bud light.

I would not recommend this beer if you want flavor. It appears like drinking a Moosehead would be decent after a long day in the hot sun but any other time the beer seems too tame.

I must stress that this beer is not bad. On the contrary, I am sure this beer would be enjoyed by the less adventures domestic beer drinker who may be stuck in Canada. In general though this is your run of the mill lager that would be enjoyed most after working for a long time in the sun.

How it was consumed: From a mug.

Rating: 5/10 Average

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Dead Day backup

Back at Baylor I lived in North Village. Below is a video some of my nieghboors helped make. I posted it to google video but since they are migrating all videos off Google video I figured I would post it to youtube. Enjoy.

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Another Dead day

I love!
This week I am focusing on myself.

The above video is an inspiration lecture that I think everyone should listen to.

The rest of this is yet another taste of Zach. Enjoy and thanks for visiting! 

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Dead Dayz And the Graduation cometh

As graduation looms forth and I prepare to tie up all my loose ends and start a new life I have not had time to do a quality review in a while. I have plenty to review just very little time to do it. I assure you I will be back to it after graduation but until then I can't make any promises. I will post super cool videos though.

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Edgefest 22 part 2

My friend Andy says that he doesn't' like Cage. I didn't know why until I heard/saw them live. Don't get me wrong I still like to rock out to "Ain't No Rest For The Wicked" but the singer is a bit much.

I saw him rolling around on stage and looking rather... out of it during one of their songs. Maybe he was tired from traveling or something but I didn't much care for the performance.

Rating: 4/10 Below average

Evanescence wasn't as cool as she use to be either. Or maybe she is just as cool and I have grown up. She played her hits and did a decent show but she doesn't have anyone do the guy singing parts anymore. So here hit song Bring Me to Life lacked the guy singing about bring her to life... Some audience tried to compensated but it failed.

Rating: 4/10 Below average

Cake was a godsend. They played songs from most of their albums. Also they had the audience singing different parts of their newest song "Sick of You". He split up the audience into about 1/4th and had them sing "I want to fly away" while the rest sang "I'm so sick of you; I'm so sick of me; I don't want to be with you." It was pretty epic. He started to slowly divide us with yells. He didn't tell us to he just started to raise his hands like a conductor and made each half compete. It was very engaging. I wasn't the biggest fan of the song when I first heard it but after seeing them perform it I am impressed.

This is just a small taste.

Rating: 8/10 Great (I would put it higher but they only get about an hour to play)

Garbage. Well I can say that they are not Garbage. Sure they haven't been here in 10 years but they have  a few cool songs. I would have had Garbage go before Cake but that's just me. They entertained me with their few hits that I knew and put on a decent performance.

Rating: 7/10 Good

The Black Keys. Oh man. Talk about a band that rocks. I am so glad that they are getting the respect they deserve after playing for over a decade. To that point though I wasn't as impressed as I thought I would be. Maybe I was just tired after 3 days of non stop banquets, social events, and Edgefest but I was expecting a melting of my face. A rocking that would be as epic as My Morning Jacket. The show was good but not that good. Again they only had about an hour or so to rock it but I thought that they would have done better.

Rating: 8/10 Great

So how was the show overall? It was one of my lower ranking Edgefests that I have been to though I have only been to about 5. It was worth the price of entry and accommodation.

 Overall Rating: 8/10 Great

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Edgefest 22 Part 1

Edgefest 22 was pretty cool. I went this Sunday it was an adventure. The line up was
The Black Keys, Garbage, Cake, Evanescence, Cage the Elephant, Blue October, Arctic Monkeys, The Ting Tings, Neon Trees, Foxy Shazam, Civil Twilight, Switchfoot

I ended up getting there around when Civil Twilight was starting up. The only bands I really wanted to see were Cake, The Black Keys, Ting Tings and Arctic Monkeys. They did not disappoint though the last two played while I was wondering around the stadium.

I usually like to review one band or one song for the site but I decided to review all of Edgefest. I have been to 4 or 5 Edgefests so I sort of know the drill. You pay about $55 for a ticket through Ticketmaster and you get about 2 really great bands and some bands with their current hits on the radio. Also you have to calculate that Blue October, Evanescence, and a few other stables will probably be there. Last year was epic since Weezer, Jane's Addiction, Airborne Toxic Event, Young the Giant, Panic at The Disco. Flogging Molly, AWOLNATION, and many more were there.

Of course that show sold out within the day. This show did not sell out. Still the price is about right for 2 good bands and a day long event. 

Pizza Hut park does need to fix a few things. They have very few water fountains. I went up to a few stands to just buy a cup of ice but they said they had to charge me $4 for water. I wouldn't mind except this is Texas and people need water to live. I saw very few water stations for people to go to for hydration and trust me I saw plenty of people who needed water. 

I wasn't front and center for the whole concert so I can only review Cage the Elephant and the bands above it. I would like to make a quick note that Foxy Shazam sounded fairly bad and the other bands sounded above average.

Thursday, April 19, 2012

The Cabin in the Woods: Guest reviewer Brett Fowler

What. The. Fuck.

I love horror movies. I love Drew Goddard since his days on “Buffy.” I have a secret geek crush on Fran Kranz since his short stint on the underrated “Dollhouse.” So naturally, you’d assume that I’m a shoe-in for liking “The Cabin in the Woods.” But I can’t help but feel like I could have spent those two hours of my life that I spent in this movie doing something productive, like oh say masturbating or pooping.
Not actual picture of Brett masturbating or pooping.
I was psyched for this movie, and perhaps my dismal opinion of the film itself is a product of all the hype surrounding it. I had high expectations and somehow, the film managed to shit on all of them. That mind-blowing twist you’ve heard critics raving about? Yeah… it was as if a third grader wrote it after snorting lines of Pixie Sticks and drinking too many cans of Surge.
We think "The Cabin in the Woods" is a better name than "Poopy Pants House", Tyler.
As an avid lover of all things horror, I can tell you the movie was neither scary nor half as “meta” or clever as an episode of “Community.” I guess I expected a tribute to the “Scream” franchise, but unfortunately the movie didn’t even come close. The movie fails because it’s neither scary nor clever, and what results is a sort of bastard byproduct of a script that doesn’t know exactly what the fuck it is. It wasn’t scary, it wasn’t all that funny, and it wasn’t anything that I haven’t seen done before.
Brett's WTF face during the movie.
What made “Scream” so amazing to the horror genre was it’s ability to both scare and humor it’s audience. It turned film clichés on their heads and surprised the audience with twists that actually made sense within its universe. “The Cabin in the Woods” tries to do the same, but it’s like watching a mentally retarded child try and recite the alphabet backwards. Neither all that hilarious, nor all that exciting. Read the spoilers, skip the movie, and go watch a good horror movie instead.

Rating: Gremlins/IT + The Strangers– The Hills Have Eyes/Chris Hemsworth naked

Check out more of Brett's reviews at

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Zach Dead Day April

Again it is a dead day but I have more rad music for you.

As usual props to

Bonus video? Bonus video.

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Zach Dead Day

Hey world. I have gotten behind on school and side projects as well as other things so I have not had time to review any beers these last 2 weeks. I have beers in my fridge that beg to be consumed but that must wait until I have more time.

"Yo, youth-peers! Did you guys see my Tumblr where I podcasted a glitchpop/dubsteb mashup of Skrillex and Dangermou5 over Vimeo clips of Maru and Super Troopers? My Minecraft is XKCD, and Boing Boing Words With Friends Lana Del Rey! " - Colbert super pac

Lol. 11 years later and I am still a procrastinator.

For now I give you what I have been listening to lately.

I'll post more next week.

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Rahr & Sons Winter Warmer

Rahr & Sons is a Texas brewery in Fort Worth that makes some very good beers. I think that the Winter Warmer is probably their best. This English dark ale is perfect to drink by the fire on a cold winters day. It has a note of chocolate and is a perfect partner with your holiday foods. The first time I had this beer I didn't care for it that much. It has a strong distinct flavor but after finishing one you are highly inclined to try the 8.5% ABV beverage again.

 I apologies for reviewing this beer so late. It is only available from November to December so make sure you have your eyes out for it next year.

How it was consumed: From a Rahr & Sons Iron Thistle Goblet.

Rating: 9/10 On my list of favorites.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Bridgeport Hop Czar Imperial IPA

I have been a fan of Indian Pale Ales for many years now. I have tried many and have liked or loved most. If you mess up a IPA you are in a world of distaste but I have been fairly lucky.

I picked up Hop Czar at Kroger and tried it out. It's slogan is "A Robust Ruler of IPA is Here, All Hail The King". This is too cocky a statement for the IPA you get but it is still pretty good. I have only had two beers from Portland, Oregon; this beer and Dead Guy Ale which is also a pretty good beer. My good friend Molly L. is studying in Oregon now and if I had some free time I would love to visit her... and some of the brewery's. I had no idea that Portland had so many good beers.

If you are a fan of IPA's then this beer is for you. It is less hoppy than Dogfish head but it is worth a try.

How it was tasted: From a mug.

Rating: 8/10 Great

Thursday, March 8, 2012

A Plea for “The Walking Dead” by Guest Writer Brett Fowler

Everyone knows that women are stupid ignorant bitches. I mean honestly, what has any woman done to impact the course of history other than pop out the occasional male baby? Okay, maybe not Harriet Tubman, that chick was legit, but she’s maybe the only woman in the entire course of time who is moderately bearable.

Totally useless in a zombie apocalypse.
Women are awful, and if it were up to me I would send every last one of ‘em to those FEMA camps Glenn Beck constantly cries about. So low and behold I was ECSTATIC when I turned on my TV to watch “The Walking Dead” and FINALLY, at long last, find a show that knows how to portray the modern female character as pure evil incarnate.

Now you may be thinking why all this female hate? Don’t you have a vagina, Brett? That’s a sensitive subject, but don’t ya’ll worry, my self-loathing fully compensates for my grim view on the female race.

Anyhoo, “The Walking Dead” is so fantastic because it’s finally a show that I, as a woman, can relate to. When the zombie apocalypse finally hits, do you really think that I’m going to think about survival? Hells no. The first thing I would want to do is put myself into my place and do menial chores like cook dinner and wash laundry. Why? Because everyone knows that the only reason women exist is to cater to men. And in a zombie apocalypse, nothing is more important than wearing clean clothes and having a properly arranged dinner plate. Now, if for some reason I were forced to wield a gun, my first instinct would be that my brain might explode. For starters, the female brain just isn’t capable of processing complex situations—that’s why it’s smaller than the male brain. Secondly, my muscles just wouldn’t be able to control a gun properly, which would ultimately result in disaster. And lastly, there are men who could do a much better job at protecting me than I ever could.
"It's best to give me that firearm, Andrea." 
Andrea is a perfect example of why females should never EVER be allowed to use guns. Even though by some genetic anomaly she seems to have a good shot, her brain was physically incapable of relaying the message not to shoot her friend, Daryl. What an idiot! As if her shitty reflexes weren’t enough to convince the audience of how dumb all women are, the writers imbued her with an even dumber sense of reasoning. For instance, last episode, she actively campaigned to let a teenager kill herself. I mean, I guess kudos, because women SHOULD definitely kill themselves during an apocalypse, but still… it just proves my point that women are not physically capable of understanding the simple logic of survival.

Lori, however, is my favorite character on this show. Why? Because she’s just so amazingly awful at everything she does. Naturally, as a woman, I relate to Lori the most. I can’t count how many times that I too, have tried complex processes like reading and driving at the same time and failed miserably. I also applaud Lori’s stone-age take on feminism. Girl makes some valid points! Women belong in the kitchen. They also are naturally whorish and slutty by nature and incapable of monogamous relationships. Additionally, most are too dumb to use the pull out method during a zombie apocalypse and WOULD attempt an abortion by swallowing the morning after pill weeks after their pregnancy. Trust me, this method doesn’t work ya’ll! But you know what does? Dumpster babies.
Zombie dumpster babies are just sad. We need to repopulate the earth, not teach zombies to go dumpster diving for a kids meal.
Anyway, my point in all of this is to commend the female writers of “The Walking Dead.” You guys really nailed the voice of females everywhere. Even though I don’t think you should even be allowed to write for a television show much less be allowed to participate in activities outside of your own home, I’m glad you represent the women of America!


Brett writes amazing blog posts at

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Heineken Draught Keg

Heineken has a light taste which makes it a great summer beer. This can also be very refreshing after a days worth of skiing. Though I am more of a dark beer drinker, Heineken is always a good back up beer since most places that sell import beers have it. The Dutch beer is smooth and can be bought as a mini keg. One of my friends ended up giving me this for my birthday and I have been enjoying it ever since. If there is nothing wrong with the keg, I usually enjoy draught beers. You have probably already have been exposed to this beer from the Netherlands but if not it is definitely worth a try.

How it was consumed: in a mug from a draught keg.

Rating: 8/10 Great

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Guinness Black Lager

Guiness Black Lager commercials came to the American airways a few months back and peaked my interest. I picked up a 6-pack of this roasted barley beer. It reminds me a more bold Shiner Black. This isn't as tasty as some of Guinness's fine beers but if you like darker beers that won't fill you up as quick as a regular Guinness will, try Guinness Black Lager.

How it was tasted: in a mug. Though I just read the "drink out of the bottle" text. D'uh!

Rating: 7 Good

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Blue Moon Winter Abbey Ale

I am not the biggest fan of the regular Blue Moon. Any beer that a person has to put fruit in is not a good beer. I am looking at you Corona. Blue Moon Winter Abbey Ale does not need any fruit to make it taste good. It has a sweet malty taste and is smooth. I don't think I would drink this beer year round, even if I had the opportunity, but it is a refreshing seasonal beer.

How it was consumed: Out of the bottle.

Rating: 7/10 Good

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Burke and Riley's Irish Ale

Burke and Riley's Irish Pub is a decent place to grab a beer around Breckenridge, CO. My family and I were walking down Main Street and wanted to grab a beer. They had a local brewery but my parents brought our Italian greyhound so we needed to find a place to drink outside.

I ordered a Original Coors hoping that it would taste pretty good straight from the source but it wasn't very pleasing. I can only speculate weather they gave me a Coors light, an soapy glass, or if the keg was older.

I then discovered they had an original beer. Being the  barista of beer I decided to order it.

It was nothing to write home about... but it is something to review. I usually review beers that are delicious. The Flying Sauce and The Ginger Man is not going to sell a crappy beer. They know they will lose money and they know their beer. I don't know why Burke and Riley wouldn't try to make a better beer since it represents them.

Alas I must say it isn't worth your money. It isn't a terrible beer but it is no where near the best.

How it was tasted: From a pint glass and from the tap.

Rating: 4/10 Below average

Thursday, February 2, 2012

Dillon Dam Brewery: Extra Pale Ale

Like I said before Dillon Dam Brewery is a quality find out  in Colorado.

This attempts to go after great pale ales as Dogfish Head's 60, and 90 Minute. I must say that they do a good job if you compare it to the 60 Minute India Pale Ale.

Of course IPAs have a distinct taste since they are highly hopped. This is not a beer for beginners but is quite enjoyable by fans of IPAs. If you ever get the chance try out any of the Dillon Dam beers you will not be disappointed. I have yet to find one I didn't like, though I didn't get a chance to try them all.

It is a beer truly worth the medal it won at the Great American Beer Festival 2004.

 Again here are where you can find the beer.

Denver, Colorado Springs

Front Range: Ft. Collins

Summit County: Keystone, Dillon, Frisco, Breckenridge, and Copper Mountain

Buena Vista, Salida, Poncha Springs, Fairplay, and Leadville.

How it was tasted: out of the Dam bottle.

Rating: 8/10 Great.

Thursday, January 26, 2012

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

I would like to think Mikael Blomkvist would appreciate my blog. The man is a a gentleman and a scholar. The book on the other hand reads, at times, like a snuff film.

Mikael Blomkvist is a man who was defeated and accused of liable for his comments on a well known business man, Hans-Erik Wennerström. Blomkvist was set up and now his reputation and his company were on the line. In a strange turn of events another old business man, Henrik Vanger , contacts him offering Wennerström's head on a platter if he can solve a 40 year old mystery.

The book also follows the troubled Lisbeth Salander. Salander is one of the oddest characters I have ever read. She never developed appropriate social skills and often gets into... bizarre predicaments.

The book is a good read and even though the reader will keep yelling at the characters to just go to the police you will read this book cover to cover.

How it was consumed: Audiobook.

Rating: 8/10 Great

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Dillon Dam Brewery: Sweet George's Brown

Dillon Dam Brewery is a quality find out here in Colorado. This reminds me of a Newcastle Honey Brown Ale. Sweet and tasty. If you ever get the chance try out Dillon Dam Brewery beers if you are ever in the area.

Denver, Colorado Springs

Front Range: Ft. Collins

Summit County: Keystone, Dillon, Frisco, Breckenridge, and Copper Mountain

Buena Vista, Salida, Poncha Springs, Fairplay, and Leadville.

How it was tasted: out of the Dam bottle.

Rating: 8/10 Great.

Thursday, January 12, 2012

The Vesper

This is Bond's first drink, James Bond's. I recently had a party with friends while we drank some of these bad boys.

Now this drink is not for the faint at heart. It is basically pure alcohol. The alcohol isn't cheap either but you only need 2 of these to be feeling great through out the night.

I personally don't like drinking straight alcohol nor do I love shots of cheap liqueur but after having one of these drinks you start to appreciate the drink more.

Also you have to know the right mixture of the gin, vodka and Lillet else you can sure ruin this concoction. I like both vodka and gin so I didn't have much of a problem with this drink. If you prefer one over the other I would recommend changing the recipe to fit your needs. I have read though the gin mixes well with the Lillet so keep that in mind when tampering with the weapon of choice.

As a side note I have heard that the drink will become cooler if you stir it with crushed ice. I choose not to take this route and go 100% Bond style.

I believe every man who appreciates Ian Fleming's work should have one of these in his or her lifetime but one definitely goes a long way.

How it was consumed: 3 oz of Tanqueray Gin,
1 oz of Russian Standard Vodka (That was the name of this premium vodka),
and 1/2oz of Kina Lillet (It is better with a little more Lillet, perhaps a full oz),
shaken and strained in a martini glass garnished with a lemon.
I also added a little lemon juice to help with the taste.

Rating: 7/10 Good

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Dillon Dam Brewery: Dam Straight Lager

We picked up a six pack from a local liqueur store since we visited the restaurant / brewery named Dillon Dam Brewery. Since I am still on vacation I am going to make this short and sweet. Specking of sweet, this beer is just sweet enough to be enjoyable but not sweet enough to be annoying. The taste is smooth and I would have this one again.

How it was tasted: from the Dam bottle.

Rating: 8/10 Great