One of my favourite time-wasting websites is four word film review, a site devoted to clever (and not so clever) movie synopses using only four words.
As this format seems to really inspire people to get both creative and succinct I thought I would try my hand at creating four word beer reviews for some of the more iconic brews out there.
So bear with me as I indulge my love of word play and please feel free to add your own review to the comment section!
Russian River Pliny the Elder – Piney IPA of legend
Alexander Keith’s IPA – Misnomer frustrates hop heads
North Coast Old Rasputin – Black Russian, beer style
Driftwood Fat Tug IPA – Local IPA makes good
Bud Light with Lime – Hot weather emergencies only
Westvleteren 12 – Beer geek fight starter
Kokanee – A beer(?) out here
DeuS (Brut des Flandres) – All pomp and circumstance
Lucky Lager – BC teens’ first beer
3 Floyds Dark Lord – Envious West Coasters Covet
Driftwood Old Cellar Dwellar – Wine for beer nerds
Molson Canadian – Overpriced hockey game rental
Cantillion – Sweet take on Sour
Corona – Sun burnt yellow water
Lost Abbey Judgment Day – Errant Trappists in SoCal
Pretty Things KK – Gypsy brewers, history nerds
Heineken/Hoegaarden/Stella Artois – A craft beer segue