A bottle of beer with Telecasters on it.
That’s fine by me.
It’s my favourite guitar, the one I play, and the one that all my favourite bands play, from bIG fLAME to Status Quo.
This is Revolutions’ Olympic beer and it’s a pretty good light straw coloured amber ale with a shortcake, honey and citrus aroma.
The malts are soft and friendly with a nice runny English honey over Nice biscuits, a little burned brown sugar and some brittle toffee crumbs.
The hops are sharp and tangy, with lots of lemon and grapefruit, some melon and a bunch of orange rind at the top and some lovely English garden pithiness that dries your mouth sneaking in underneath.
With a nice fresh finish to boot, I could happily drink this all evening.
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