Quoth The Raven, holy crap is this intense.
I have a soft spot for Gothic horror. I think deep down most people do, too. The first place everybody tends to start is Edgar Allan Poe, whom I enjoy. The Cask of Amontillado and The Tell-Tale Heart are two particular high points for me.
Do I find him as frightening as HP Lovecraft? Not really, but he’s still a great read. And, at this point, I’m pretty sure every single high schooler in the nation has read The Raven at least once.
A little more North Florida love today. And finally some Tallahassee!
So I’ve heard about Green Room Brewing, based out of Jacksonville Beach. They’re starting to make some waves up north (no pun intended for those of you who have seen their logo). They have a nicely extensive tap list in their tap room.
What I hadn’t heard about is Tallahassee’s soon-to-open Grasslands Brewing. I’m fairly interested in this brewery, since they have a very strong emphasis on environmental conservation and keeping their ingredients as organic as possible as often as possible. They’re not open yet, but from the sound of things, it will be pretty soon.
And I definitely didn’t know they had collaborated on a quintessentially Florida-tasting IPA, one named in such a way to craft the two names of these breweries in a pretty creative fashion: Grass Is Greener (Imperial IPA, 8.5% ABV, 80 IBU)
Grass is Greener by Grasslands Brewing/Green Room Brewing