March 24, 2009

On beer, with bikes on the label

How can any self respecting cyclist resist this sort of packaging? I don't think you can, if you are indeed self-respecting, a cyclist and over the age of 13. I sure as hell can't, but I have a bit of an edge on anyone not familiar with Phillips Brewing Company. I've been drinking their product from when Blue Buck was still Blue Truck. They are a great local company brewed within 10 min from my home here in Victoria, and they only use top notch ingredients (also check out their history section on the website, its very entertaining). Slipstream Cream Ale is quickly becoming my favorite beer, not only because I like looking at the label, and believe me I do...but also because it is an excellent beer, not too dark, not too blonde and with a nice strong malty flavor...mmmm a perfect, post ride beer. But then again I did not have to stray to far from my former favorite, The Blue Buck. Ahh life is good, how can you complain after a 2 hour nightride and then getting to sit down and have a beer and ramble on about beer and bicycles on some blog. Not bad, all things considered. Now I just need to figure out how to make money doing this. Damn elusive money.


Anonymous said...

now that's what I call a combination!

Halldor said...

yes mr. Bee, a combination that's good for the eyes and the soul.

Anonymous said...

Do you not check your own email anymore? Too busy chatting away with meester Bee? Isn´t that silly? You two must be quite the combo.

Clean your short´s and check your email damn it!

What about that LincVolt?

-meester mk