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Food, Wine, Beer, Travel is a blog where I will write about all of theses and more. Just not necessarily in that order.

Location Mansfield, TX
Country United States of America
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Food, Wine, Beer, Travel

French Toast Temptress pours a deep dark maple syrup color. As soon as the bottle opened the aroma of maple syrup hits the nose. After the syrup, the flavors of cinnamon and bred come through to finish the french toast experience. This newest release is slightly sweeter than regular Temptress with extra vanilla and lots of Grade A maple syrup and a hint of cinnamon.

Spring Bock from Saint Arnold

The aroma of the brew is the strongest of a bready and slightly grainy smell mixed with the aroma of lightly sweet citrus and herbal hop smell. Along with these flavors comes a little bit of sweeter citrus of a tangerine nature as well as a touch of grapefruit hop. These tastes take the taste to the end where they are joined by a little bit of an earthy and hay taste, leaving one with a moderately hopped and rather flavorful and easy drinking taste to linger on the tongue. Their goal is to brew world-class beers and deliver them to our customers as fresh as possible making them the best beers in Texas and Louisiana.

Daytona Beach Motorsports and Ale Trails

The Motorsports Trail takes visitors on a Daytona Beach area tour from scenic beachfront to museums, guiding them through the history of racing. The Living Legends of Auto Racing Museum and The Racing Zone permanent exhibit at the Halifax Historical Museum both pay tribute to the early days of auto racing and its pioneers. Along the way, the Trail is peppered with restaurants and nighttime entertainment spots that are relevant to motorsports history, including the historic Ormond Garage, Main Street Station, Racing’s North Turn Beach Bar and Grill, and the Streamline Hotel – recognized as the birthplace of NASCAR. “Craft beer enthusiasts will find lots to love along the Daytona Beach Ale Trail,” says Daytona Beach Area Convention and Visitors Bureau Communications Director Kate Holcomb.

Food, Wine, Beer, Travel

The aromas of banana, minor clove, a little touch of citrus, and maybe a hint of grain. Even though the head dissipated quickly, Great Hall is well carbonated. Our German-style Hefeweizen, named after the Hall of State in the esplanade at Fair Park, was designed with more body, a slightly sweet finish, and an emphasis on banana over clove. I really like the way Pegasus City has brought the fruit more forward over the spices.

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