BEER HAIKU # 29 Jungle Brewing Cerveza Habanero

According to the proprietor of Hashigozake, this was the first ever South East Asian craft beer they had brought into the bar. It was a chilli beer. I couldn’t finish mine. I enjoyed the other chilli offering, Dragon’sWhaia, but this chilli beer had too much kick for my Irish- Samoan tastebuds. I still find it hard to discuss it. However, there were fans for the Cerveza Habanero around the haiku table. The gingerbearded man thought it had a white wine spritzer quality, while the Jesuit said “This is the type of beer my brother Marty would call a challenge beer!” Surprisingly, Graciouslyyours was compelled to proclaim “I think I found my beer!”

Jungle Brewing Cerveza Habanero

Too hot for Malice

Fireworks after Guy Fawkes night

Off dry chardonnay

We all agreed that this is the type of beer you have when your shipment turns up late for the Great Pacific Beer Expo. The food match ups were fish cakes; Thai food; pickled eggs and salt and vinegar crisps; green beans; ginger.

Link: enter the jungle

hai·ku (hk)

n. pl. haiku also hai·kus

1. A Japanese lyric verse form having three unrhymed lines of five, seven, and five syllables, traditionally invoking an aspect of nature or the seasons.

2. A poem written in this form.

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3 thoughts on “BEER HAIKU # 29 Jungle Brewing Cerveza Habanero

  1. graciouslyyours says:

    Sadly, finding my beer has only led to bitter disappointment. It was a one off shipment, and now is but a memory rather than regular beer of choice.

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