Fri, 15 March 2013
It’s that time of week again! It is indeed time to kick off your shoes, unzip your pants and undo that shirt a little. Relax! Open your ears and listen to the latest episode of The Hollywood Booze.
This week, its the big one, episode #50 of you favourite boozy movie podcast, presented this week by Joe Upton, Big Balls Dave Bennett and Dan Fraser.
This week's episode is brought to you by Nils Oscar God lager.
Dark orange-gold in colour. Cold-fermentation lagered beer with a soft and sweetish fluffy nose; nose: gently toasty, a juicy malty biscuity character, a restrained citrus orange in the background. Initial impressions on the palate are of its intense bitterness and a lasting dry finish that is reminiscent of the breakfast cereal Grape Nuts; or imagine a hay barn in the summer when it hasn’t rained for a while and you can almost taste the dryness in the air. The beer delivers a vigorous piney and resiny palate-scrubbing effect to the palate, there’s also a light bittersweet side to it; this is a sexy Marilyn Monroe of a lagered beer, a beer that sways onto the palate expressing big bold flavour colours as well as soft and seductive notes.