Alberta Beers Speak Out On National Beer Lover’s Day
While we love beer everyday of the year, September 7th is the day beer appreciates us, the beer lovers. Here is what some local Alberta craft beers had to say about us. Happy National Beer Lover’s Day!
By Shira Kogut on Sep. 07, 2016
Inspired by the movie, Sausage Party, we decided to check out what local Alberta beers had to say about us, the beer lovers. Warning: some of what they had to say was good and some of it, not so good.
“Holy hops man! Shave the beard! It smells like last week’s breakfast.”
– Village Brewery‘s The Woodsman
“I’m a growler, hear me roar–If you put me to your lips one more time, things are gonna get ugly real quick.”
– Olds College Brewery‘s Black Widow
“Seth Roggen and I get along real well… we both toke *cough* I mean we smoke; Well, we’re both Roggens.”
– Big Rock‘s Smoked Roggenbier
“You call me Crude, you’re the troglodyte who wraps your lips around the whole neck of the beer bottle!”
– Wild Rose‘s Alberta Crude
“Yeah, I’m your main squeeze; I’m your only damn squeeze — not even the best beer goggles will fix your ugly mug!”
– Alley Kat‘s Main Squeeze
“Of course you don’t like a little zest in your life! You wouldn’t know what fun is even after 10 beers.”
– The Lemon Wedge
Okay, so apparently the beers don’t love us as much as we love them… Oh well! Drink on and Happy Beer Lover’s Day!
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