We all have that crazy friend, the one that talks too loud at the bar and swears too much in front of our mom. Well, this blog has such a friend, and his name is Daniel. To quote “A Christmas Story,” Daniel works in profanity the way other artists work in oil or clay. And he’s hilarious.
When Daniel offered to do a guest review, we were excited, because as raunchy as he can be, we love his stuff. But then I got his review this morning and saw he swung for the fences in the way only Daniel can. So I’m in a bind.
You see, Don and I try to keep this site squeaky clean, as swearing just doesn’t feel right to us. It’s an unwritten rule that we don’t use bad language, even if we (really I) use it all the time in real life. Anyway, I’m not sure you guys are cool with the site going a deep shade of blue, so I’ve chickened out a bit.
Below you’ll find Daniel’s review of Sam Adam’s Infinium with all the nasty parts redacted. I know, I’m being a baby. But if you’re cool with salty language and funny but raunchy sexual references, Click here to view a lovely JPEG of Daniel’s review with all the nasty parts left in. If you like what you read, you can find more of Daniel’s stuff at www.itsaf@%kingbeer.com.
Daniel’s Review of Sam Adam’s Infinium
Just as there have been some excellent combinations of things in the past (peanut butter and chocolate, Ebony and Ivory, Bill and Ted, ##### and #######), there have also been awful ones (champagne and malty beer, church and state, ##### and pencil sharpeners, braces and ########). Stick to what you know, Jim Koch.
Maybe the most important thing to discuss about this beer is the price point – it’s way f@%king cheaper by volume than Brewdog’s End of History. And almost as attention-whoring.