revolution xpa



revolution-xpaIf you enjoy being gaged with fizz then you might like Revolution XPA by Eagle Rock Brewery. It looks like urine fused with CO2 bubbles in a specimen cup at the doctors office. The scant foamy head disappears quickly and thankfully so does the soda pop carbonation. Bright, refreshing, crisp and clean is what one expects in an Extra Pale Ale, but what’s delivered is a bland, disappointing, liquid tortilla chip. Yes it gave me a buzz, but wasn’t worth the torture. I almost harfed up the pint as well as the fajitas eaten immediately beforehand. Drinking beer should be enjoyable, not an arduous task. I mean, I had to pour out the last couple ounces for my homies. Sorry, but it tasted like face planting a moldy carpet. I want to like you, but I’m just not feeling it.

1/6 bottle caps. It’s a tanko.

  • Beer Haiku Daily posted anehtor one of my haikus. This one is titled My first home brew , and I wrote it about helping Roger brew a dry Irish stout at his place this past Sunday: Now my first home brew Clean is the name of the game Hope it turns out well

    May 24, 2015 at 8:07 pm
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    August 27, 2015 at 5:55 am
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    November 12, 2015 at 3:40 pm

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