For the record, please note that I’m currently writing this blog post with a night toasty buzz going on and drinking a beer in bed. Now, back to your scheduled blog post.
Fact: I am Asian (unfortunately).
Fact: I am missing an enzyme to properly break down alcohol.
Fact: I have the Asian glow when I booze up.
Fact: I brew my own beer.
About a year ago, my best friend sent me this book: The Complete Joy of Home Brewing. He knew I always wanted to start brewing. Ever since I helped him brew a batch, I was pretty much hooked on the idea that one day, I’m going to be a home brewer. Sure enough, this past Christmas, Pham’s Brewery opened up for business.
On December 27th, Fever Attic Dunkel was conceived:
My best college buddy help set up the brewery and taught me the ways of the brew master. Then on February 2, 2010, I uncapped the first bottle and the Fever Attic was born!
A nice dark beer with a light and well carbonated body. The Fever Attic Dunkel was a success!
And with such a success, I had to brew more. So at the end of January, I brewed my 2nd batch; a pale ale. And tonight, on the eve of St. Patrick’s day, I uncapped it with my drinking buddy. Behold, Pham’s Asian Glow:
Nice aroma with hops, beautiful color, full pale ale body and a clean & light after taste. Another success folks!
Now for those of you who are wondering, I brewed my 3rd batch last night. It’s going to be an IPA. Uncapping is scheduled for May 1st. Stay tuned.
I may or may not have been drunk during this post. If this post did not make sense, then I may have been drunk. On that note, good night and happy St. Patrick’s Day!