Chip the Beer Guy Rock 107 - Intercourse Bearville Pilsner

This week’s Chip the beer guy featured a death-defying feat. Not only would drinking a 1960's Gibbons Bock beer be death defying in the 1960's, but 40 years later....Ouch. For this feat of gastronomical bravery, I award the special mybeerbuzz Ick-award to Chip. Double-yuck Chip for drinking a 40-year old flat beer, that was not a great beer even in it's day. Open a 40-years old Westvleteren, and I'm in...but god bless your toilet...a 40 year-old Gibbons...wow.

Today's real beer was Intercourse Bearville Pilsner. Contracted locally through mybeerbuzz member Lion Brewery, this is a light sounding Lager-sytle Pilsner courtesy of Arrow Beverage. I've read some unhappy reviews of this brew, but of course the guys loved it.

With a brewery name like Intercourse, today's favorite quote was like shooting fish in a barrel. I had a few favorites, but my favorite had to be the description of the bottle, "A picture of a farmhouse with two shrubberies from Intercourse."

Since I've been poking fun at the blurry webcam images they publish every week, I thought I'd show you what I mean. Check out the photo above. I've added some map lines to help you make out who everyone is. Perhaps we can all "chip" in (pardon my pun) to buy a better webcam for the guys. Thanks guys...entertaining as always....Cheers!


To hear Chip's PodCast or watch the blurry Video CLICK HERE

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2 comments (click to read or post):

  1. Yuck....but very funny! Thanks for writing about it!

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  2. You bet...I'm anxiously awaiting next weeks show for the digestive follow-up report.

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