Sour Beers

I recently took a liking to sour beers. It was during the Sacramento Vegan Chef Challenge in October that we got on some Jump bikes and ventured downtown for some vegan food. We went to a brewery and I was in the rare mood to try a beer. I have always hated beer. I grew up on the cheapest shit possible, I’m talking Bud and Coors. Piss beer. Beer that tastes like piss water, so why even bother. I never drank it for the taste, only the buzz. So since I hated beer, I figured I’d just stick to stuff that does the trick, such as Rum and Coke and stuff like that. But after several years of drinking to adapt to social settings, I decided not to do it anymore. If I have to be sober and awkward around people. so be it. Too bad for them. I barely drank anymore at all, and I wouldn’t catch a buzz, especially not in public. The idea of being drunk around strangers is very unappealing to me.

But let’s go back to that day I was riding the jump bike. We went to two more breweries that day and the last one had an amazing sour beer. I wrote about it in my last entry! It’s Sour Habit from Jack Rabbit Brewery! Last night was New Years Eve and we decided to stay indoors. We went to a beer store and I bought some of this Ballast Point Sour Wench! It was so tasty! Reminded me of a wine beer! I think I only drank two of them and then got really tired from being cold and eating too much, and just being tired in general. I started off my New Year being tired and crotchety. Oh well, fuck it!