Canada, Schmanada, the boys at Moksa say, as they put their best up against an entire nation on the 4th of July. Photo by Bob Moffitt

Canada, Schmanada, the boys at Moksa say, as they put their best up against an entire nation on the 4th of July. Photo by Bob Moffitt

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  Beer and baseball date to the 1840's and Alexander Cartwright, the game's founder. That's right. Alexander Cartwright. Try  thespitter.com

Beer and baseball date to the 1840's and Alexander Cartwright, the game's founder. That's right. Alexander Cartwright. Try thespitter.com

Episode 7: America day

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Moksa Cold Steep Vietnamese Coffee Imperial

Bob: VERY GOOD. They nailed the aroma. Serious linger time on the finish but in a coffee way not in a hoppy way.

Breakside Salt and Caramel Sweet

Corey: nice caramel flavor. Enjoyible

Derek: salt makes it with nice caramel finish. A little light on the chocolate

Bob: GOOD.I'd give it a very good but it promised chocolate and I never got a hint of that. That said, I dropped some off at Todd Moffitt's and he was enjoying it quite a bit. Would start off the evening with this. I fear the coffee from the previous sample overwhelmed it.

Founders Kentucky Breakfast Stout

Bob: Is bourbon for breakfast? This hits you over the head and takes your lunch money. 

Derek: GOOD. Coffee comes through.  Drinkable. Barrel doesn't come through as much as others

Corey: VERY GOOD nice mix of vanilla coffee and barrel. Also missing the chocolate

Moksa Lush Imperial w/Vanilla Pecan Cacao

 Bob: GOOD/VERY GOOD. The first pull was full of chocolate goodness then the vanilla and Pecan hits. The caveat is I don't prefer vanilla stouts. But of all I have tried this is the most interesting. If you like vanilla I would bet you will greatly enjoy this.