This week I'm staying in Billings, Montana. I was going to partake in Mexican cuisine, thanks to Shannon's delicious looking picture of her nachos. I just didn't feel like driving far, so I went to the Texas Roadhouse, across King Avenue.
What a feast I had. First off, I always order to go and take the food back to my hotel. I hate dining alone (yes, this is a hint to someone). Anyway, tonight I brought back the Barbecued Ribs and Chicken along with the House Rice, Smothered Mashed Potatoes, Dinner Rolls with their famous Honey Butter and, of course, Deep Fried Pickles with Ranch dressing.
Needless to say, all of it was delicious.
I'm on the rad almost every week. When I order dinner, I enjoy sipping a cold beer brewed at one of the city's local micro breweries. Tonight I decided to try Dragon's Breath.
In 2004, Bayern Brewing introducing a dark Hefeweizen, otherwise known as a Dunkelweizen (dark wheat), to the line-up: Dragonâ€™s Breath Dark Heff. Hefeweizen is an unfiltered classic in Bavaria (â€œHefeâ€ means yeast, a small amount of which remains in the beer). Dragonâ€™s Breath Dark Heff is mild in taste, unfiltered, and 5.6 % ABV (Alcohol by Volume). It is moderately hopped with Bavariaâ€™s preeminent Hallertauer Perle hops and is cold-fermented, eliminating any harsh aftertaste (being from Utah, I'm used to 3.2% ABV). It was a delightful brew.
So, here's to you.....