It’s official..

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Hooray!

We are now officially a two keg family.

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Yes, I finally chose a beer to tap. Naturally it was the most expensive one out there at literally twice the price of my husband’s.

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But look how much more fabulous my tap handle is.

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Duchesse de Bourgogne…. a richly textured sour red Flemish ale with a chocolate top note and wild cherry undertone. Brewed in Belgium and aged in oak barrels for 18 months, it’s pure heaven!

And the husband hates it so it’s mine. All mine.

*cue the evil laugh*

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Look at this handle. I mean really, it doesn’t get much better than that.

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Except for the fact mine towers over the husband’s. That’s pretty sweet as well.

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And in case you’re wondering…

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26 thoughts on “It’s official..”

  1. I’m going to break down the amazingness that is your tap handle.

    1. She’s tall, and she owns it. Nothing worse that a hunched over tall woman. OWN THAT SUPERIORITY!
    2. From behind, she is clearly trying to convince people that she is a nun, but when you look at the front, she is a woman who likes to party. Why else would that silk ribbon holding her bodice together only be laced up ONE side? Three cheers for easy access, Duchesse!
    3. Anything with even the mildest hint of green is awesome. Yes, the bits of trim and ribbon are definitely representative of the sour (as the yellow symbolizes the aging, and her splendid lips are the cherry). But the green is most important.
    4. She is holding the famous hybrid bird known as the raguin (long A, of course). More importantly, she is slyly pointing to the bird, letting us in on the joke – you know – that raguins became extinct because of chocolate.
    5. Finally, she is perfectly illustrating the little known fact that Botox has a Flemish origin (hence the wonky eyes and smooth forehead).

    Riv, this is not A winner; it is THE winner.Godt gjort!

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