Shiner FM 966 Farmhouse Ale

She's a bit sweet and has some spice. There is an interesting tanginess to it as well. That's mostly odd because its an ale, and they tend to be bitter. Not this one. I guess they do things differently in Texas.

It's a good beer, and it would probably go great as a compliment to a strong dinner, as it would not overpower whatever food you may pair it with. It also would do just fine by itself while hanging out with some friends. What I wouldn't recommend is just sitting and drinking it alone. First, it's kind of sad - believe me. Second, it doesn't have enough of a personality to stand on its own.



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