As a child, I always had a soft spot for the Baltimore Orioles. I collected baseball cards and I always loved Cal Ripken Jr. I also loved Brady Anderson. I recently found all of my cards in my sister’s basement. When my parents moved, they stored a lot of stuff in her basement, including my cards. I have countless binders of Fleer and Topps cards. I also remember being bored as a child. As an adult, I would love to have enough time to be bored. Anyways, let’s get to this beer.
Style: American Adjunct Lager
Trivia: According to the brewery website, “The sun’s just peeking out above the third base line. Peanut shells crunch at your feet. The go-ahead run rounds second. Another round? O! yeah.”
Random: Unfortunately, my picture of the beer was way too blurry to use.
This beer poured without any head on top of a clear, bright yellow body with a lot of carbonation. Given the style, this is exactly what I thought it was going to look like. The nose was very mild. There was some corn and not much. The taste was lacking flavor. It had a touch of corn, but nothing else. It was really lacking. The body was light and the carbonation was fizzy. It had an unremarkable finish. I picked this up for about $5, which came to $.31 per ounce. I did not like this beer at all. It was completely devoid of flavor. I wouldn’t have this again.
Untappd Rating: 0.5/5.0