In the first week of July at the Hashigo zake cult beer bar…the Jesuit practices his ministry and sends the haiku to be published for the faithful (and/or the thirsty).
Left Coast Brewing is based in San Clemente, California, home of Nixon’s Western White House. As a Quaker, it seems unlikely that the late, disgraced President was a craft beer aficionado but the man had to do something when he wasn’t wiretapping his political enemies.
Left Coast Zombified Oatmeal Stout (6.4%ABV)
Black oily yak, from
Nixon’s playground – served cold on
Canada Day, eh.
Food match: poutine, sardines, a roast saturated with gravy.
It’s the kind of beer you drink when: waiting for your Cooper’s home brew kit to finish fermenting (courtesy of The Draughtsman).
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.