The weather is starting to get nicer out so I’m looking forward to sitting outside a bit more. I’m still trying to stay away from people as much as possible, but it’s nice to get some sunshine.
Trivia: According to wikipedia.com, “In 1837 the Mexican government granted the area that is now Placentia to Juan Pacifico Ontiveros as part of the Rancho San Juan Cajón de Santa Ana land grant. In 1865 American pioneer Daniel Kraemer arrived and purchased 3900 acres. Many other American pioneers soon followed and the community developed. The local school district was originally named the Cajon School District. In 1878 the school district’s name was changed to Placentia School District, Placentia being derived from a Latin word meaning ‘pleasant place to live.’ The town eventually took its own name after the school district.”
Random: I’ve been listening to more podcasts when I drive to work. I can’t watch the news, but I really like “Pod Save America.” If you’re into politics, it’s worth a listen.
The beer poured with a half a finger of white head. It dissipated quickly, but left some lacing on that glass. The body was cloudy and bright orange. There was a moderate amount of carbonation visible. The nose had some vanilla, white sugar and cocoa. There was some toffee as well. The taste was much of the same. It had a generous amount of vanilla and toffee with caramel as well. There was some cocoa too. The booze was noticeable, but didn’t take away from the beer. The body was on the thicker side with light carbonation. It had a sticky and lengthy finish with vanilla and caramel sweetness. I thought this was a really good beer and would definitely have it again.
Untappd Rating: 4.0/5.0