BEER HAIKU # 34 Jungle Beer Tropical Wheat Pink Guava and Soursop

This was a surprising treat to usher in the first of the (almost) summer days. Hashigo Zake had it on offer in early December 2012. The lads all liked it but the ladypiemaker was most vocal.

It’s very delicious, peaches and yumminess…it’s like punch. It’s perky and upbeat…we are going to have a good day” (lady pie maker)

Jungle Beer-Tropical Wheat Pink Guava and Soursop

Barefoot Brewing Company, Singapore ABV 4.3%

Preamble ramble ramble

I want this in a juice box

Needs a warmer day

 

Foodmatch: “This is the type of beer you don’t have food with. You just drink it!” (ladypiemaker)

 

its a soursop from “you can eat this”

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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2 thoughts on “BEER HAIKU # 34 Jungle Beer Tropical Wheat Pink Guava and Soursop

  1. Greasylightbulb says:

    As a wise man once said:
    “It’s a brave Haikuist who wantonly repeats a word in the face of severe syllable restrictions”
    Chapeau

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