Six Beers Deep – Mango Wheat – Anchor Brewing Company

Once again we delve into the realm of Josh’s depravity as we read along with the monthly ritual we call Six Beers Deep. Come along and follow Josh’s evening with a six-pack of:

Mango Wheat

Anchor Brewing Company

ABV: 4.5%

First: Ok, I’m tackling a beer that has two of the things I don’t usually go for, fruit and wheat. One is little more than a distraction to make you like an otherwise boring beer, and the other makes a beer so filling you never really want more than two. So I figured this would be a slam dunk of mediocrity that would possibly even let me stop drinking this before I finished them all.

Second: Ok, so this is interesting. Thi is hoppier than I imagined. Usually fruit beers focus on the flavoring to define itself, but this this one where the hops actually came through. Who knew they even used hops on fruit beers?

Third: I read on their websit taht they only used “sun ripened mangoes” for this. I mean, How much worse does a non-sun ripened mango taste? And how doe they assure that? Like, how can I get some swwet deals on sub par mangoes, cuz that shit is not cheap.

Fourth: Ok, so this beer is growing on me. Lie, it’s almost summer, and i think should just go along with how summe rbeers encourage us to go outside and actually talk to people. Also, it’s beer fest season and I’m sure i’ll have to drink this in front of opeople that will expect me to pretend to like it..

Fifth: Ok look, it’s not lik ewe even grwo mangoes ehere. Lke, where are tehy even getting these from? All I’m saying is tha that this ais a beer that is all whack but i’ll drink it cuz it’s good.

Sixth: How’d I get to the river?

About Josh Duke

Josh is an editor for Savage Henry Independent Times, He resides in Arcata, CA. When not performing stand up comedy or performing improv with Random Acts of comedy, you can follow him on Twitter @BonusMcHustle

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