Meterman: It was fun but we need a little online etiquette from you?
M: DO NOT burp into the mic, it makes us think a Boomer is around.
M: You also gotta a quit smoking; it is confusing us.
F: HACK, sorry
M: BTW, whenever you die; your whining sounds just like a witch!
F: Maybe I should turn off my mic.
M: Not maybe!
Red Racer Classic Pale Ale (Central City)
Rate Beer 3.17 54 percentile
Beer Advocate B+
As all Vancouver Islanders do; I have a love/hate relationship with Vancouver. I hate the ferries, the traffic, the rude people but I love returning to the Island. I was crossing Robson street (at Davies) when I twisted by ankle and fell like a sack of grain. I'm sure someone stepped over me as I lay sprawled out in the middle of the street. Fearing for my life (did I mention that I hate the drivers), I hobbled to the other side of the street. No one offered to help me and only one person asked if I was OK. This beer was the highlight of my trip.
The nose started off with a nice dose of hops. The taste was as expected from the nose, a nice long pull of hoppy bitterness with tones of grapefruit and light citrus. The hops was about 5/10. This all rested on a good backbone of malt sweetness. Overall a good mouth filling beer.
The very slight hop bitterness finished clean.
Alcohol 0 5%
Well your can't expect too much from a mass produced can.
This was very reasonable priced for the flavour; $11 for a 6-pack cans.
Ingame Enhancement -1
I spent the evening in my hotel room; leg elevated with my ankle in a tensor bandage.
This beer was the helping hand that I never got. I found this to be a very enjoyable and drinkable beer. This will certainly be a regular in my fridge.