Sue’s Beer Pick of the Month

Tiger Beer

Tiger was born on the hot streets of Singapore – the tropical island city state – a busy trading destination and melting pot of Asian, Indian, and British influences and culture. The ‘tropical lagering’ process brews a bravely creative and unpretentious lager. The result is the intensely refreshing, full-bodied taste of one of the world’s fastest growing premium beers.

Easy drinking & moderately bitter. Tropical fruit malt character and spicy hop. Brewed to be served cold, ideal for the hot and humid weather in South East Asia, but equally enjoyable in the cooler climates of the U.S

Richard’s Comment – suggest paring with a spicy Pad Thai

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10 Responses to Sue’s Beer Pick of the Month

  1. Jim Gilbert Jim Gilbert says:

    The fellow at the newspaper stand on the southeast corner of Damen & Roscoe was Jackie. Not sure what his ailment was(MS?), but he couldn’t walk very well, and could not speak well either. He lived with his parents on the 1900 block of Newport, and drove his orange Cushman to his paper stand 365 days a year.

  2. Sue B Sue B says:

    It’s not that we get confused. It’s just that we have so many memories. Our memory banks are full. Anything we see or hear triggers a memory. We can be in the middle of a conversation and we see a red car or hear an old song and BAM! We’re off on another topic, thus forgetting what we were just talking about. Oh look! A chicken!

    • avatar Richard says:

      As Jim, Carlo and Mike can confirm, my memory banks could be hired out as a new hard drive.. they must have been reformatted since i can’t remember a grade school library.. any pool halls on Damen nor the names the three dogs 7 doors down from the Browns residing in the basement nor their preferred dog food..

      • avatar Carlo D. Lombardo says:

        But do you remember the old guy who raised carrier/passenger pigeons on the corner at the alley on Seeley just south of Roscoe? Now there’s a memory to mix your Sulphur and Germanium.

        Brain! Brain! Brain! What is Brain!?!?!

        • avatar Richard says:

          No carrier pigeons… but I kinda remember some small guy who old newspapers on Roscoe and Damen…

          I didn’t even remember that Peter B and Ralph had sisters…

          • Sue B Sue B says:

            I do remember the pigeons but not the guy’s name. When I was a kid we visited a family who lived on School right in the middle of the block where Seeley interesects. The Olmsteds. We’d go see the pigeon man.
            I don’t remember the ending of a book I read last month.

        • Sue B Sue B says:

          Did you see that Mary Brown knows the answer to this question? Mr Hahn!

  3. Sue B Sue B says:

    It was OK. I like Lucky Buddha better. Much cooler bottle.

    • avatar Richard says:

      too late… you are going to have to wait until next month for a new beer of the month… remember some of the Seeleystreet folk are getting where you can’t give them to many choices,, they get confused…

      Yes Patti… I’m looking at you

      • PattiB PattiB says:

        Yes, I have found that I need to limit myself to wine or gin and tonics or else I get into trouble!