This post is a continuation of the 2015 New Beer Every Day Beer Diary Challenge, #ottbeerdiary. Over the course of 2015, I drank at least one new beer every day. Please read the background in the link above, and enjoy reading about the most recently tasted beers below. This year I may deviate from the diary format in some posts, hoping to concentrate more on the locations and the breweries I am enjoying. If you’d like to join the challenge as well, let me know in the comments below. You can catch up on all of our posts as part of the challenge under the tag ottbeerdiary.
Day 390: January 25, 2016
Monday, and a rough one at that. I did not sleep well at all last night, waking up numerous times, and not being able to comfortably fall back asleep. Partially stress, partially the beers and dinner from yesterday. But made for a tiring day at work.
And of course, a very full agenda to go along with it, with a full day of meetings and work sessions. It’s a little hard to believe how much is going on at once these days, and somehow I have to balance all of these projects, and get my deliverables in before I fly on Thursday.
I managed to make it through the day, and home in one piece. Though I did make an attempt to fall asleep earlier tonight to try to catch up a little.
La Fumette by Brasserie Artisanale Millevertus
Name: La Fumette
Style: Smoked Amber
Producer: Brasserie Artisanale Millevertus
Alcohol content: 6.5%
Bottle size: 0.33 l
Purchased from: De Hopduvel in Ghent, Belgium
La Fumette by Brasserie Artisanale Millevertus from Breuvanne in the Luxembourg region of Belgium. 7% ABV, 33 cl bottle. A smokey amber beer. Smokey aroma. And a smokey / bitter flavor. Quite a lot of carbonation, and a ton of head.
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