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BJ’s daily beer review!
Brewer: Cascade Brewing Co. / (@cascadebrewery)Beer: Casacade PremiumStyle: Adjunct LagerBought: Father-in-law had some in the beer fridgeServed: Straight outta the bottleDay consumed: February 18th 2011

OK, day #2 of “Australian lagers”. 
My father-in-law always throws some “snags" on the barbie whenever we roll into town. Aussie sausages are my wife’s childhood favorites; split in half and cooked on the grill until nearly burnt-crispy. We usually enjoy them with some tomato-sauce, a light salad and pickled beet root.
Poppy McCluskey was interested to hear about my beer blog and stocked some classic lagers in his beer fridge for the ocassion. Today we cracked into some Cascade Premium; apparently Australia’s oldest brewery that’s famous for it’s clean Tasmanian water source.
Clean, inoffensive and actually pretty refreshing; this beer made for a nice wash-down of sausages after a quick swim in ketchup for this jet-lagged dude. 
Recommended? Naw, but if your father-in-law offers you a beer - you are best to accept. And like he said to me after the last time I bought him a beer, “This is a great beer because I didn’t have to pay for it”.

BJ’s daily beer review!

Brewer: Cascade Brewing Co. / (@cascadebrewery)
Beer:
Casacade Premium
Style:
 Adjunct Lager
Bought:
Father-in-law had some in the beer fridge
Served: Straight outta the bottle
Day consumed: February 18th 2011

OK, day #2 of “Australian lagers”. 

My father-in-law always throws some “snags" on the barbie whenever we roll into town. Aussie sausages are my wife’s childhood favorites; split in half and cooked on the grill until nearly burnt-crispy. We usually enjoy them with some tomato-sauce, a light salad and pickled beet root.

Poppy McCluskey was interested to hear about my beer blog and stocked some classic lagers in his beer fridge for the ocassion. Today we cracked into some Cascade Premium; apparently Australia’s oldest brewery that’s famous for it’s clean Tasmanian water source.

Clean, inoffensive and actually pretty refreshing; this beer made for a nice wash-down of sausages after a quick swim in ketchup for this jet-lagged dude. 

Recommended? Naw, but if your father-in-law offers you a beer - you are best to accept. And like he said to me after the last time I bought him a beer, “This is a great beer because I didn’t have to pay for it”.

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