I recently bought a Busch beer from the brewery that is apparently so rare it is actually hard to find.
But the brew is so good that I’m not really complaining about it.
In fact, it’s one of my favorite beers on earth.
I like the Busch Beer.
And I’m in love with it.
I got my hands on a 12-ounce bottle in August and it is definitely worth every penny.
I was sitting at my desk one day in October with my laptop, my laptop bag, and my iPad and I had a few beers in front of me.
I had an iPhone.
I’d seen a few ads for the beer, and I saw a bunch of ads for other beers on the Internet.
I’ve had a lot of beers.
My beer of choice is usually the Budweiser I had on Christmas Eve, or the Kölsch I had at my local dive bar the night before Thanksgiving.
I have a few dozen bottles of each of those beers, so the thought of owning a bottle of a different beer seemed absurd at the time.
But after trying it out, I really wanted one of the beers.
I wanted to be like The Hulk.
I thought it was going to be a lot better.
The Busch beers are made with hops from the Bushes home state of Indiana.
I’m going to have to tell you about Indiana’s beers, because I love them.
I am obsessed.
They’re delicious, I drink them all the time, and they make my hair stand up on end.
I thought the Busches beers might be good.
I didn’t know how good they were.
But I really liked the Buschy, and the Buschin, and every beer they make.
I think that’s why I bought one.
I had no idea what I was getting into.
My mom has a beer bar, and we went there for a few times a week.
It’s a bit different than other bars, but it’s still family-friendly, so she always made us feel welcome.
I was curious.
She told me about the Buschi.
Busch Brewing, Indiana, Indiana State Fair “Busch” is a German word for “little boy,” and the brewery is named after the Busching family.
The Bushes were farmers and craft brewers in the area from the 1840s until the 1870s.
The company was started in 1878 and was sold in 1986 to the Kraft family, who then sold the brand to Bushes Holdings, LLC.
The name of the brand has been changed a few different times over the years, but the original Busch is still the name.
The Busches are the originators of the Kolsch style beer.
“Kolsch” stands for “Killer” and is an intense red beer.
The beer was popular in Germany from about 1850 until the 1920s, when it started to fade.
As the beer aged, the red color began to fade and become less intense.
Today, it is a style of beer that’s more commonly referred to as “Cranberry” beer.
Kolschn is a red ale brewed with honey, caramel, and citrusy flavors.
It was first introduced in the United States in 1862, and has become one of America’s favorite beers.
It is often referred to by fans as “the sweet beer.”
I was curious about the “Kolschi.”
The beer’s name is a pun on the Busisch, a German beer made with the same hop, and it’s also the name of a family in the state of Indiana.
So I went to the Indiana State fair and bought a bottle.
I knew what to expect.
The beer is a strong, full-bodied red ale.
I’m not sure if I can describe it better than I did with the Buschu.
The nose was a little dry, but not unpleasant.
The taste was fruity and earthy.
It reminded me of a grapefruit soda, with a touch of orange.
After drinking it, I noticed something else.
I don’t remember the name, but I remember feeling a little warm.
This was probably because I was drinking a beer that wasn’t quite as strong as I wanted it to be.
On the other hand, the flavor was light and refreshing.
I definitely enjoyed it.
I think I might be on to something.
I wasn’t the only one.
“Crancher” is an all-American red ale that’s a hybrid of a Belgian and an American pale ale.
It first debuted in the US in 1882.
The label says it was inspired by the old style beer Crancher and is a tribute to the family.
Cranchers are also a style that I enjoy, so I wasn, too.
It’s hard to describe it well.
There are some notes of citrus, with some hints of a coffee