Chip the Beer Guy Rock 107 - Michelob Pale Ale

Today's show was a Thanksgiving extravaganza. OK so it really wasn't any of that, and I'll admit I just wanted to say Thanksgiving extravaganza....see I said it again...that's twice! The show today was a cross between Iron Chef and the Butterball Turkey Hotline. We had tips on how to cook your turkey upside down and a riveting report on how Bobby Flay lost in "Battle Beer." All very funny and all leading up to what I thought would be a traditional Thanksgiving or Holiday beverage of the day. Nope...today's Grotto beer of the day was another Michelob brew. Today we tasted Michelob Pale Ale. Now I'm not sure if it was coincidence from last week's Michelob Dunkel choice or if Chip just found a good price on a Michelob craft collection mixed case, but we seem to have developed a flat tire on the Michelob highway. Certainly a likable beer and a drinkable Pale Ale, and one that everyone seemed to like. As a lover of Centennial hops and dry-hopped beers, this is a good beer, but certainly not anything I'd call an outstanding Pale Ale or a Holiday brew. In any case my Grotto-conspiracy-theory trend continues. Good news is that the show was as funny as ever, bad news is that there are at least 5 other Michelob beers in Chip's mixed case. So shall we place any bets on next week's Michelob beer of the week? I'll be guessing Porter...please post your guesses (Amber-Bock, Honey-Lager, Marzen, or Irish Red). the conspiracy continues....

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