Dan cracks open South of DC, a flagship cream ale from Liquid Intrusion Company care of an intro from Greg and Doug of Brothers In Booze.
Liquid Intrusion Brewing Company South of DC
STYLE: Cream Ale
AVAILABILITY: 12-Ounce cans, Draft
Stats above taken from the brewery’s can, website, and Untappd.
Super clear, light golden in color, with a creamy-looking head.
Clean aroma of the grain and hint of starchiness, typical of cream ales.
A hint of sweetness layered in the mix, with a clean, dry finish.
Light on the palate, crisp, and refreshing.
This is super-crushable. I could totally see myself having many of these either in nature, at an event, or even just at a bar with a ball game on in the background or live music. This could pair well with a lot of things, especially your typical bar fare.
Many thanks to Greg and Doug from Brothers In Booze for the virtual introduction!
Cheers and remember:
Life’s a tap…drink up ’til it’s dry.
All music on this show came to us from the now defunct Music Alley.
Intro: “Meet Me At The Bar” by The Beer Drinking Fools
Outtro: “Bubblegum and Beer” by The Supersuckers
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