There’s an old saying in Tennessee

 — I know it’s in Texas, probably in Minnesota — that says, fool me once, shame on — shame on you. Fool me — you can’t get fooled again.

Well I’ve been fooled twice now by Brau Brothers.  This beer was awful and all the talk of a bad bottle…breweries just shouldn’t have bad bottles…this is the second beer I’ve had from them (Pils being the first) that tasted like it had hardly any carbonation and tasted like syrup.

It reminds me of some of my very first extract homebrews where I thought to myself hmm this isn’t terrible for something I made myself, but would I pay to drink it?  Heck no.  Thank goodness I bought it as a single so I’m not dumping five more beers down the drain.

I feel bad ripping a small local brewer but I guess ya gotta call it like it is.

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A legal drinker for the past 7 years I've definitely grown from an everyday high life drinker to now an every other day high life drinker with local and national micro brews thrown in on the off days. Favorite beers: Miller High Life, Rush River Bubblejack IPA, Summit Oatmeal Stout, Delirium Tremens, Town Hall Masala Mama, New Glarus Belgian Red, Three Floyds Dreadnaught Imperial IPA, Surly Furious, Barley John's the Dark Knight, Ommegang Abbey Ale, and a host of others.

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