FINALLY, a definitive explanation on what constitutes getting to third base!
Wait...it's "shake it like a BAD girl up in Harlem"!?!?! I think that's somehow more racist then my misheard lyric, "shake it like a black girl up in Harlem." What are you saying New Politics, only black girls can be bad? Pffft. -Overly Sensitive to Racism Guy
So you are saying that a local brewery teamed up with my favorite local team to brew a beer celebrating that team's history?
Say no more DC Brau and D.C. Untied.
You had me at "beer."
Look- Straw yellow. Very clear. I just want to drink it already.
Smell- Malts fill my nostrils in the most appealing way.
Taste- Toasted barley is the hero for me balanced fairly well by the malt.
Mouth- Light bodied and dry. Ever so slight hops on the swirl. Just enough to know they are there.
Overall- EASY drinking golden ale makes it great to have during a sporting session (say...a D.C. United match?). Do yourself a favor, get to a match at RFK and try this while you watch your hometown team.
About The Tradition:
Approx. ABV: 4.5-5.0%
Hops: U.S. Fuggle, U.S. Cascade
Malts: Pale, CaraPils
If you watch the first part of the video, it's pretty obvious what's going to happen.
But it's still a bit cringy when it happens.
Thankfully, we don't see any of the driver after it goes over the cliff.
He may be a dumbass...but I hope he's ok.
Well, Adam Scott is back to prove that false. Watch as Scott takes us on a behind-the-scenes tour of his new 'Hart to Hart' mockumentary. Will Scott and Poehler settle their differences for the success of the show?
Frankly, I don't care because this is hilariously awesome!