This American take on a Bohemian classic gets a passing grade from us.
Written by CraftJack | Updated | 1 min read
A great beer to hide in the gig bag for Downtown NoHo or Amherst busking. So, break out your finish-cracked Takamine and get to it. You may just score a gig at the Iron Horse.
Bright and crisp for sure. Didn't quite get the same "Central Europe" vibe that we did with the East Rock Lager. Perhaps Czech-style brewing preferences are the difference between the top of the Knowledge Corridor and the bottom. Regardless, we prefer the Busker to the East Rock Lager.
For a food pairing, we recommend grilling up a thick swordfish steak, adding some cracked pepper, fresh garlic, and a wedge or two of lemon. A few stalks of asparagus later and you got yourself a meal.
Busking with an accordion, how traditional?