Belch’s Beer Review: Woodchuck Private Reserve Pink

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  • By Belch

BelchI know, it’s been a while. I would like to apologize for my tremendous absence by taking a moment to recognize a growing problem in America’s society. Sober-ism. It’s a serious disease that affects 7 out of every 6 people and needs to be addressed. That’s why I’m starting the PBKBAD fund. PBKBAD obviously stands for Please Buy Kyle Belch A Drink, and a hedge fund will be opened for donations soon.

If you are still reading this I thank you for standing by my horrible jokes. In all seriousness, the beer I’ll be covering is brewed by Woodchuck, out of Vermont. This particular beer was brewed to bring awareness to breast cancer, even adopting “Pink” as a color and drink name. Unfortunately, asking me to sample a cider is like asking any European to address football as soccer. It’s unnatural and not really my thing. Alas, I sipped. From the name, I was expecting some kind of pink lemonade. Maybe a strawberry heavy taste. This was not the case.

 

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Instead, my taste buds were delightfully tickled with the taste of red apples. Like taking a bite out of an apple directly, the crisp juices pair nicely with the slight carbonation refreshes on the hottest day. Fire up the BBQ, pass on the Mike’s Hard Lemonade, and pop open a “pink.” It’s 5.5% won’t knock you on your ass like Aldon Smith, but after a few you might be bouncing around like a tennis ball at Wimbledon.

So, try this beer! Give it a shot and I guarantee you won’t be left wanting more. Also, how could you hate a beer that donates to such an important cause? Saving boobies is number one on my list of important things, and number two will be taken care of if you just buy me that beer.

Any minute now.

I’m very thirsty.

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