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The Snow Goose by Paul GallicoLyrical and touching tale set in WWII, with the climax taking place during Dunkirk. While theres a danger here of crossing over into sentimentality, for me this lovely tale transformed what could have been pat sentiments into something very heartfelt and noble. Its the kind of tale children will remember and adults will cherish. Really a tribute to the human spirit and the bonds that hold us together.
The fact that this was published in April 1941, at a time of massive German air raids on London and other British cities, adds another layer of poignancy to the tale. The Dunkirk evacuation had been just the previous year. The themes of self-sacrifice and redemption were ones that surely would have been well understood and received.
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We stopped in Root Beer Revelry by chance. And we walked into a gold mine. It was a hot, sunny, no clouds day in Galena and my wife was desperate to find some cold ice cream. Hey, here's a place that advertises ice cream floats and frosty root beer mugs, I told her. We ordered two ice cream floats and were informed that we had a choice of three brands of root beer. How's that for something new?
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Bourbon Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout A liquid as dark and dense as a black hole with thick foam the color of a bourbon barrel. The nose is an intense mix of charred oak, chocolate, vanilla, caramel and smoke. One sip has American Wild Ale 6. Layers of malty complexity, sour cherry, spice and wood notes make Madame Rose an ideal beer to suggest to Bordeaux enthusiasts and beer drinkers fond of Belgian Kriek and Flanders Brown
I can promise that not all the mental notes I made at the beer festival were still intact the next day, but this one stuck with me. It is brewed with black peppercorns, which should accentuate the black pepper spiciness of the saison style. The spiciness should be further enhanced by the use of rye is in the malt bill. The color is deep dark brown, nearly black in color. A few ruby highlights get through when you hold it up to the light, but make no mistake this is a dark beer. There is not too much head, about 1 finger that dissipates pretty quickly. It has an inviting smell that is a blend of Brettanomyces yeast funkiness and rich, dark roasted malt.