photos are in comment section. No video this time....sorry.
I indulged my sense of taste, last evening to a Czech beer called Craft Boom.
It is from an old brewery in Czech Republic.
I do have to mention that element of the word Craft. They are using English. There needs to be some interrogation of this word.
What I found was that this "Craft" word may be used, due to the brewer attempting to capture the import market of the US. Otherwise, why use English. Craft in terms of beer, has originating from the US; Craft as is extremely proliferate throughout many regions of the US as a market term and a term known to US consumers of beer, in and out of the bar.
Thus said, let us see what this Craft Boom was like:
The taste did have an aspect that was bitter, bitter beyond the Pils that one is accustomed to from that region of the world.
My taste of this beer, was quite different during each sipping session. After a few sips, the initial sips, that evenly stimulated varying taste areas of the tongue (sour; bitter; sweet; fruit; etc), the second set of sips seemed to light up only two or so extremes of my tongue's tastes, mainly the bitter in the center, and the hogpog on the tip.
After that, and the beer sat for some time, not too much time, a return to the more evenly distributed taste tapestry occurred.
The very last sips provided an excellent euphoric delight, in regards to taste. 7 % under 2.50 dollars in stores.
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