Thursday, April 19, 2007

A Tasty Brew Indeed

I’m pretty sure that Henry Weinhard makes the best Rootbeer available. I have tried many varieties…IBC, A&W, Virgil’s, Barq’s, Stewarts, Shasta, Mug, generics of all kinds, and none of them can do it like a cold Weinhard’s can do it. I’ll pay the premium price because I know the difference. I challenge anyone to find a tastier Rootbeer. You give me the recommendation and I’ll give it a shot. No bias. Deal?

Oh and this guy agrees with me. I did a random Google search and found this at the top of the list. I don’t know who he is but the fact that he obviously has no life gives my independently made statement mucho credibility.

5 comments:

Kara said...

Awesome. I just bought a sixer of that last week as well, mmmm, creamy, rich, goodness. I have to add that they must be cold though. Warm just isn't the same.

Botrash said...

I agree as well, had one the other night. Are they good with rootbeer floats? I have the best way to make rootbeer floats super good, use a melon baller to scoop tiny 'C' shaped ice cream pieces. Oh have you ever had 1919 rootbeer? I have actually had it on tap at a bar, can't remember how good it was though.

kelly said...

That rootbeer is delicious, but it has alot of head, you have to drink it very slowly to keep it from foaming over the top!

Abby said...

I love rootbeer with the best of 'em, but I have to be honest that if given the choice between Henry's root beer or Henry's orange cream, I would go orange--LOVE the orange. Now, if you were comparing orange sodas here, I would have more to say (Stewarts rocks), but I'll zip it.

Georgia said...

You are correct, that is quite possibly the most deeeeelicious of root beers. I am partial to the different caps on them as well...

Oh, and hello! I am a fellow Mesaonian.

~Georgia