Usually when I go to my cousins’ house for thanksgiving, we take walk outside and take pictures.
So here we are in the park, same setting as usual… struggling to find anything new to take a picture of.
“There’s the tree stump from last time… perhaps I can take picture of you through the bushes over there or something… I don’t feel like doing boring headshots… Nothing really seems to be that impressive… Oh hey, the sun is really, really pretty and golden right now. Let’s just break a standard rule and shoot straight into the sun for once.”
It’s really been a while since I’ve tried something new, and the results are interesting.
Another wheat beer.
It’s already November, and Austin is still reaching temperatures in the 90′s. Wheat beer seems to be always a reasonable choice here.
A very nice cloudy yellow. I tend to like wheat beers that have a bit of “haze” in them. This typically means that the beer is less filtered or unfiltered, which translates to a “fuller” mouth feel. Very thin head with little to no lacing.
Nice yeast/grain aroma, along with orange and lemon peel.
Classic wheat bear taste. Slightly sweet, with hints of orange. Carbonation is a little bit high initially, but if you keep it in your mouth it mellows out nicely. Finishes off dry with a pleasant sour/citrus aftertaste.
- Draught House Pub
- Green Muse Cafe on Oltorf