It’s been a long year, wait its only April?

It’s been a long year, wait its only April?

It’s been a long year, wait its only April?

Long Tongue Liar by Boneshire Brew Works

It was time to sit down and have a beer with Grandma SueAnn.  I have spent so many recent weekends testing my limits of caffeine to work a part time job and it’s time to unwind.  Reaching for a Belgium Tripel just feels right.

As soon as it was bottled we picked up some Long Tongue Liar from Boneshire Brew Works.  This tasty Belgian comes in at a 9.6% ABV according to Untapped.  It is described on Untapped as “OH, what a wicked tale you weave.’  So immediately Grandma SueAnn and I are excited.

Boneshire Brew Works’ Facebook Announcement

The Facebook announcement states: The Liar has returned!  Finally after several years Long Tongue Liar will be available on draft (tomorrow) and in bottles (Thursday).  This beautiful Belgian beer is brewed with Belgian Candi Sugar, Honey, and our favorite Belgian yeast and clocks in at 10%.  Its not for the faint of heart, drink too many of these and you might turn into a Liar!”

(See Boneshire Brew Works Facebook Announcement.)

This is very tasty.  I’ll assume Grandma SueAnn thought the same since the first pour from the bomber bottle was gone in a couple minutes.  We both agreed this was a tasty treat; It has a silkiness to it that dances over your tongue.  We shared a salmon salad and we picked up on some buttery-ness that we attributed to the fish.

Skip to a few hours later and I’m home making dinner.  I’m sneaking some spinach into some homemade beef/turkey enchiladas and I’m thinking of cracking open the second bottle of LTL.  It has a slight boozy taste to it but the honey flavor shows up to compete.

In previous years it was aged in California Chardonnay barrel with Pennsylvania cherries and Brettanomyces Lambicus.

(See B. Kline’s beer review previously posted here: Beer Review: Longue Tongue Liar Aged with Cherries and Brettanomyces Lamcibus by Boneshire Brew Works.)

Long Tongue Liar with Salmon Salad

If I took a guess I’d say it was aged in Chardonnay barrels again.  That oaky taste is apparent and contrary to most dry chardonnay this one is one I’d like to sip on all night long.  I have to say by the second one, I am indeed a Long Tongue Liar.

End Notes

(This is Amy’s first column back after a while. Busy with Scarlet, life,  and everything in general, its great to see her jumping back into her Personal Column series again. We have sorely been missing her weekly posts here on the blog, so its so wonderfully great to have her back. You can find her full list of ‘Weekly’ Personal Column series below.)

Ben’s notes – we’ve had a busy few weeks lately. With the Battle of the Breweries tournament – which wrapped up and we got to announced Liquid Noise Brewing Company as the winner – as well as the in – person fun share of Central PA beers and Girl Scout Cookies pairing, to WrestleMania weekend, to the Eclipse, to going to the AC Brewfest, and so much more – in both our personal lives as well as our work lives, as well as here on the blog. We also have a lot of stuff coming up as well. We’ve all been certainly busy here at The Beer Thrillers. Especially Amy. So I am so glad that she was able to find time to write again. And great that she got to spend some time with Grandma SueAnn to enjoy a beer and write about it too. Please make sure you follow us on Facebook and Instagram to keep up to date with all that we’ve got going on, as we will certainly be having a lot more happening. Cheers!

Amy’s Column Series

Since getting back to writing for the blog after a short hiatus, Amy has started up a weekly column style writing for the blog. You can find these articles here:

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