My Fellow Inebriates,
I totally forgot about Mother’s Day, which perhaps explains why my mother totally forgot to invite me when they opened a bottle of Parallel 49 SALTY SCOT SCOTCH ALE. If you can trust her tasting notes, it was a heavy, wintry ale with lashings of caramel—a malt bomb packing 7.5% ABV under a finger of fizzy, off-white foam. It developed, she said, as it warmed, coffee and brown sugar coming to the fore, adhering nicely to the palate in a boozy, friendly, wintry, not-quite-Mother’s-Day fashion.
Why did she not invite me? I’m thinking…maybe she doesn’t equate me with the other kids. You know, the little human girls…Yeah.
And another thing…every so often I notice that my mother isn’t a bear. I mean, she can get ugly like a bear, but ultimately her chromosome count’s off. Not a bear.
And if she couldn’t find it in her heart to invite me for some SALTY SCOT, well, would she do what this mama bear’s doing for her little cub on the highway?
I WOULD SETTLE FOR SOME SALTY SCOT!!!
4 thoughts on “SALTY SCOT—Wee heavy for a wee bear…or not”
I picked one of these up today. It’s rare we have mutually available beers. I’m pumped to try it. It sounds really tasty.
OMG, that is so cool! We NEVER have the same beers. Have you had it yet??
We had it last week. ‘Twas good. Salted caramel and toasted marshmallows. Very tasty.
Have you reviewed it yet? I’m just catching up!! OMG, what the hell is wrong with my family? Why wont’ they attend to my blog?