The craft beer scene in the States has been exploding as of late.
Our livers have never been sorrier. Our mouths on the other hand are rejoicing in hoppy, malty bliss while brewers all over the country are fighting for every share of the market they can get their hands on. Coming from a long family history of beer drinking along with our brotherly responsibility of oneupmanship, we’ve decided to document our journey through the ever-expanding landscape of American craft beer by pitting the best brew offerings we can find against each other. Welcome to a new series from The Brothers Wrecked: Our Drunken States.
Let’s get this straight, this isn’t some outlet where we tell you what to drink. We just want a way to share some beers that you may not have heard about or had the chance to try, then, offer up some objective opinions. We didn’t go to beer university but we do drink a lot. We’re also here to get drunk, so if our descriptions are off-base, that kinda’ goes with the territory.
Now, because of this half-sober approach to reviewing these brews, our rating system shouldn’t be held to traditional standards. We’re gonna’ be tallying the votes immediately after every drinking session. You know how every now and then drunk you will try and goof sober you? Well, an 11/10 to our drunken counterparts could easily be interpreted as a 3/10 to sober us.
“You can expect the first installation of Our Drunken States to drop tomorrow.”
Enjoy these reviews for what they are: two brothers posting honest opinions about beers.
We’re bummed that we can’t get drunk and talk about beers in the same room since we’re living a couple thousand miles apart and this is the next best thing. You can expect the first installation of Our Drunken States to drop tomorrow.
-Gordo y Guero
P.S. We’d like to apologize in advance for any late calls we may make to tell you we love you. Embarrassment is kind of an occupational hazard for this job.