I got some nice photos in Utah but nothing like that. :-)
On 5/5/2013 10:11 PM, usher99@xxxxxxx wrote:
> Returned a couple weeks ago from Utah though only processed a few and
> scanned one roll.
> Had not been there in many moons and many towns were dry. A few
> microbreweries have sprung up.
> Found one brew of moderate note in my modest sample size:
> Poured very dark, Italian roast like; deep, dark, mysterious. Redish
> tones if held up to the light. Head was beige and about a fingers
> breath and left some lacing.
> Aroma is impressive with dark roasted malt, chocolate overtones, very
> mellow. If scored by observation and olfaction only would be
> Upon drinking, leaves an impression of being bit too light to the
> palate for this style. Roasted malt, nuttiness, sliver of chocolate but
> overall too thin. Still very enjoyable considering the other options.
> Mitt's favorite brew I wonder?
> The geologic formations were impressive and did get a few shots form
> horseback even if it turned icy cold and snowed on us. On the way to
> the B&B we drove through Hanksville and I had to be cajoled back into
> the car. No one else really liked the town.
> Here are the few others I got to--perhaps just do a quick slideshow.
> Warming up back in New England, go figure, Mike
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