Hello, Sunshine!

Are you feeling loved yet?

Is there any surer or more delicious indicator that spring is here and summer is soon to follow than the arrival of Bell’s Oberon Ale?  My apologies to all the migrating birds and flowering trees, but as you can see, Oberon is just as cheery and colorful, plus it doesn’t crap all over your car or assault you with incessant bouts of sneezing and itchy, watery eyes.  Instead, Oberon lovingly caresses your sensory receptors with its delightful aromas and the distinctive, slightly wheaty, slightly hoppy flavor that washes over your tongue with every tantalizingly silky, foamy mouthful.

It’s one of my favorite ways to punctuate a good day.  And of course, if you’ve been having a bad day, it gets you drunk too.  I’d like to see a daffodil do that.

2 comments to Hello, Sunshine!

  • It also finally showed up on tap at my local place of imbibery. Instantly my day was better.

    I find the best way to enjoy it is as a replacemtn for that morning cup of coffee. And then again as lunch. Then two for mid-day pick-me-ups. Finally, two more for dinner.

  • Amon-Rukh

    I’ll admit that I’ve never tried the morning beer brew as opposed to the morning coffee brew (although that’s probably the fault of caffeine addiction), but I wholeheartedly agree with the rest. Especially the parts about the day instantly being better and the multiple multiple Oberons per 24-hour cycle. Love this beer. Hate the fact that you can’t get mini-kegs of it in Missouri.

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