[Dixielandjazz] was Mississippi Mud/now Gourmet Beer
lennielsen at telus.net
Fri Dec 3 21:13:27 PST 2004
This thread has not been all that active. It has, however, lingered on
for awhile and has finally drawn me in.
Up here in the Pacific northwest we have cold clear streams with near
pristine water (choke) so we don't find it necessary to drink mud.
Our beers and ales reflect this situation and while I was at the Sun
Valley, Idaho festival recently I came across a fine brown ale called
"Moose Drool" brewed by the Big Sky Brewing Co. of Missoula, Montana. I
assume this was 100% moose drool...tasted like it..I think. None of
those fancy additives, English Porter or Continental Pilsner (pip, pip
eh wot!!). Of course, the water is so clean that it supports plenty of
wild creatures so I won't guarantee that it is free of the odd trout
dropping or beaver pellets. Ah nature.
As for sleeping in a hollow log, this is a musical list, so.....
Last night I slept in a hollow log
With the bullfrogs all around me,
Tonight I sleep in a feather bed
With the girl I left behind me.
She jumped in bed and covered up her head
And said I couldn't find her
Etceteras, etceteras, etceteras as Jul Brynner was known to have said.
I was running out of printable lyrics. :)
Tom Dutart wrote:
> I have had some of this Mississippi Mud. In fact, the first bottle I had was in Pismo Beach, CA, a couple of years ago. It was not a bad beer. As a matter of fact, it tasted rather good, especially on a cooler day. Of course, on a given day, most beers aren't all bad, altho there are some...........
> Better to chill it and enjoy the flavor than to let it grow too old sitting on the shelf.
> Cheers, Tom
> You wrote:
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> Subject: Re: [Dixielandjazz] Question for blues singers in the group
> To: <dixielandjazz at ml.islandnet.com>, "Dick Baker"
> <box2 at twotonbaker.com>
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> I have in front of me a quart of "Mississippi Mud "famous slow brewed
> & Tan Beer from the Memphis Brewing Co.
> The bottle is wrapped in a shrink wrap that gives it the appearance of
> stone container and has a picture of a big alligator.
> The label tells me the famous recipe combines a robust English Porter
> with a
> fine Continental Pilsner
> Although I have spent some time in Mississippi chasing the blues this
> was acquired in Wa.I have not opened the bottle, it normally sits in
> from my computer along with my collection of books about blues and
> 'If men can run the world, why can't they stop wearing neckties? How
> intelligent is it to start the day by tying a noose around your neck?'
> Tom Dutart, oldtoadpis at yahoo.com
> Tuba with Tuleburg Jazz Band, Stockton,CA,
> Associate tuba and tenor banjo with the Sacramento Banjo Band,
> West Coast representative of the Central Illinois Banjo Club, and
> brewer of the not -so-world-famous OldToadPis home brews.
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