Posted by Alan McLeod
OK, we don't actually eat Muskox for Thanksgiving in Canada. The world can't be that perfect apparently. We tend towards turkey with nods to joints of lamb and ham. We watch sports on TV, rake leaves if need be and, if I am indicative, have a nap after lunch after a morning in the pew.
All of which gives a lad a thirst. There is plenty of evidence that I already like the Narragansett Fest Lager as they had to send me a second sample. I was a bad blogger, sucking back the first samples and not even uttering a tweet. But it served me well. This being my fourth can I can confirm I like it. Malty rich sweet and smooth goodness that aligns very well with a turkey leg and mashed squash. It pours a glowing ball of orange amber with a cream head maintained by lively carbonation. Some nutmeg and white pepper spice. It earns its solid BAer respect and, like their porter and lager, is one of the great value NE N.Am brews.