Thanks Oniya! I'll pass it on to the rest of the folks who attended.
Overall, it was a success. The beer bread didn't rise, so it was toasted to make beer crackers
with brie. They turned out well, but the basil overpowered the beer taste.
The drunken dogs
were a similar story-- a bit of malty taste could be detected, but meat was most prevalent; however, I broke out a chili beer
to soak the dogs in. That enhanced the flavor greatly. (picture #2 of chili beer
). The chili beer itself was horrendous in terms of actual imbibability (screw you Firefox, I say that's a word), but I have another bottle for which I will do a real review. It's the kind of beer that will put hair on your chest, your fingernails, the head of your penis, and the inside of your intestines.
By far the best offering of the three ice cream concoctions was Williamsburg Coffeehouse Stout (best coffee stout I've had next to Terrapin's Wake and Bake) and Edy's Double Fudge Brownie ice cream. The flavors complimented each other perfectly. Highly recommended. (picture #1
, picture #2
By far the strangest combination of the evening was the fruity beer and fruity pebbles. This entire event was created one drunk evening about a month ago when a friend and I were drinking Leinenkugel Sunset Wheats on the patio, and I realized "...this beer tastes exactly
like Fruity Pebbles-- I wonder what it would be like IN
fruity pebbles?!". In typical college fashion, we made it happen. It was..interesting. Not something I will do again (sober), but definitely an experience worth trying.
If I could figure out how to download videos from Facebook, I would show y'all a video of the beer and cereal and a few videos of Baltimore; unfortunately, I'm technologically inept.