BEER HAIKU #36 MOLEN RYE IPA

As we progress slowly through the beer haiku backlog, we log in today with the first of the Tuesday new releases we tried for 2013. The early weeks of january saw a few obligated souls return to work and what better way for two Thirstyboys to end a Tuesday afternoon than with a beer.

 Molen Rye Cascade?Amarillo 6.6%

Toasted Rye awry

First foray for thirteen

Two thirsties alone

Foodmatch: walnuts; charcuteryie (smoked meats); plantains

This is the type of beer you drink on an autumn evening watching leaves turn on a suburban deck in Ngaio, Wellington, New Zealand.

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rye from “how stuff works”

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 #36 MOLEN RYE IPA

  1. Greasylightbulb says:

    Hey, The ThirstyBoys should totally try to win $100…
    http://www.poetrysociety.org.nz/2013haikuandhaikujunior

  2. Thirstyboys says:

    I’m afraid someone will have to shave their beard and put their school uniform on to enter…yes, I’m talking to you mr jesuit

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