Farmstrong Brewing Co.’s Steer You Right Stout & Valley Gold Lager Beer Review

Farmstrong Brewing Co.’s Steer You Right Stout & Valley Gold Lager Beer Review


Cheap beer is my muse. I feel like sometimes there’s too much pressure
to treat craft beer with respect. The good news is you can still get black out
drunk on nice brews, and maybe even get charged with something. Headbutting a glass window, pissing on the
hood of a Porsche… I don’t know be creative. Now today’s fancy beers I’ll try to treat
with a little bit of respect- a subscriber Jason Reviews Record sent me 2 beers and knife. Otherwise known as the perfect murder. I think it’s the plot of some Agatha Christie
shit. You know if a dude wanted to murder a dude
in the middle of say Iowa, couldn’t he just open a firework stand nearby? This is gonna be a dual review, because I’m
short on beer jokes this week and also if you haven’t heard of this beer and I haven’t
heard of it- then you won’t watch it. In fact, you’re not watching right now. Both are from a brewery I also haven’t heard
of because I don’t know everything- out of Mount Vernon, Washington. Farm Strong. We have a can and a bottle, the old yin and
the yang. In case what this review was missing was a
cliched colloquialism. To the layman between there’s a touch more
in the bottle than the can. Alright let’s pour the Valley Gold or the
canned beer as I go find some contextual online information about it. Voted Best Brewery in 2017 and 2018 by someplace
called Skagit publishing. I guess that means something to someone, maybe
Skagit and Farm Strong employees. The Valley Gold is a Golden Lager with 6%
alcohol by volume and 21 IBUS. It’s a crisp refreshing lager made to Highlight
the golden bounty of the Skagit and eventually win the coveted publishing award. Easy drinking and bursting with rich malt
flavor. An every day beer made for and by the good
people of this beautiful area. Sorry grown here, malted here, brewed here. And since it doesn’t say hops anywhere your
grandpa might even drink it. To be technical about it, the foam isn’t
too bad, and it’s clear and golden. Next let’s pour the Steer You Right Imperial
stout, I guess that means it’s made with real cows. See this one’s dark and that one’s light. The good and the evil. Ok that’s not true. No one ever drinks 6 or 7 $10 imperial stouts
then goes and punches a nun. That’s what adjunct lagers are for. The pour is dense, with a little bit of creamy
caramel colored foam or fuzz as real beer nerds call it, Sorry this one doesn’t have
a product description. Here let me try. This dark and rich full bodied stout is uhh
imbued with dark uhh malts, and pairs well with uhh horse meat, twirly mustaches, and
discussions about early Cassavettes. (casavetties) Ok the smell. I think of the Lynyrd Skynyrd song every time
I do this part. I know that some people at some time thought
it was a good serious adult song- but I just associate it with farts. First the valley Gold. Beer Advocate gives it a 3.67 out of 5, which
is light beer territory. And only has three ratings. So I guess this makes me an OG, when it blows
up. The smell is similar to an adjunct. Miller Genuine High Ultra Light Champagne
is an apt comparison. Sweet and corny. Next the stout. Sitting at a 3.89. Which means literally nothing to me, because
it’s rare that I don’t enjoy just about every beer I drink. The smell is sweet and let’s say has a distinct
odor of molasses. Sorry. Aroma. When I say odor, that implies armpits, this
is not armpits. There’s even some vanilla under there. Or a swisher sweet if you understand the finer
pleasures in life. Ok lets do the part where I try and do unusual
faces, over pictures of my face for like two minutes. I know that’s my favorite part too. Why don’t I talk during these parts live… I don’t know. Ok here you go. Done. I think internet beer reviews are kind of
dumb and I guess I’m trying to prove my point. Let’s start with the stout this time. As I drink, it’s like you coated a very
high grit sandpaper with molasses. Go find that shit in another review. I don’t get vanilla in the taste, just an
overwhelming maltiest, to start that punches your tounge with some hops, and lays a trail
of astringent alcohol as an after taste. It’s dense, and
made for sipping. And now the Old Guy flavored beer. To be fair, this is much better than the typical
adjunct because it’s a lot more flavorful, even if it don’t smell it. It starts out sweet, then the hops hit you. Not like IPA hops, but like a hoppy malt balance. Think of what adjunct lagers should be. You know flavorful. Maybe they shouldn’t because old guys don’t
have good taste in beer. I apologize, the beer forced me to make that
joke. It has a clean finish, and a little bitterness
that lingers. I wish I could offer a more complex flavor
profile, but that’s all I got. Ok that about does it. Thanks to Instagrammer Jasonreviews records
who sent me this and a cool bayonet Knife that I would estimate has a few kills on it. I mean not from Jason, but you know before
he bought it. I’ll link his Guitar and hockey Based Instagram
below. I follow him you should… and I don’t even
hockey or guitar. So when this video debuts I’ll probably
be in the middle of moving, wish me luck as I move from Virginia to California with two
small children, and hopefully I have enough entertainment uploaded in the meantime to
keep you partially entertained. I won’t be able to comment a whole lot,
this next month or so, but if you really need my advice on something email me or DM me on
Instagram. Do it up: like subscribe comment, Patreon
me- light or hard. The usual. Thanks fort watching. Why did Text edit autocorrect convert for
to fort.

84 thoughts on “Farmstrong Brewing Co.’s Steer You Right Stout & Valley Gold Lager Beer Review”

  1. Love your videos, but I don’t think I’ll be asking advice from a man who drinks beer while twirling a sharp pointy object. Just saying. Have a safe move.

  2. I only have a steak knife. Oh, and a butter knife.

    Technically, the steak knife often serves as a butter knife, in order to reduce the frequency of washing said butter knife. Which is a round about way of saying I'm not that into knives. Or knifes. Whichever is correct grammatically. I went to public school, so it's a toss up for me.

    I'm here for easily the most entertaining beer reviews on YouTube. You never disappoint. Well, as far as beer reviews, I mean. No idea if you are disappointing in other non-beer review related areas of life.

    Good luck on the move, man.

  3. My favorite kind of video… beers and knives… what could possibly go wrong? Careful with that empty beer can Knife Bro!

  4. The only thing missing with these beers are some sliders 👅👅👅👅🍔🍔🍔🍔🍔🍔🍔🍔🍔🍔🍔🍔🍔🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺.

  5. "Two beers and a knife, otherwise known as the perfect murder". I don't even know why that struck me so funny but I laughed like an idiot. Although I must ask…if I instead carry two knives and only one beer, does that mean I'm a lightweight drinker, or just a paranoid asshole?

    I dig dark beers so I'll have to give that Imperial Stout a try. Hope your move goes so smooth (let's be honest they never do really). I lived in Cali for several years and miss it greatly. By chance are you going to be anywhere near Shabazz?

  6. I see you still have some Milwaukee's Best left. Probably healthier and less painful to pour the beer out and eat the can. The Stout looks delicious but then again any used motor oil looking beer looks delicious to me. Safe travels with the move Bro

  7. am i the only one bothered that the mini fridge is on the floor? Im 6'3" & would have at the very least put it on top of a dresser ….. GREAT reviews keepem coming!

  8. I know you already drank it out of your head but it's pronounced "sca-jit". Not that it's important, but I'm a homer and that's what homers do.

  9. Sorry to hear about California. I give it 3 years befor they start banning and regulating knives like the UK. Don't forget to pick up some Spotted Cow beer in Wisconsin!!

  10. I did piss on the driver side of a porche one time years ago….i was also punched in the face by a nun…i called her a bad name…hey what can i say?….iam drunk…iam old….good nite young man.

  11. Perfect combo of cynicism, knife/ alcohol/ horse meat related humor, and irony of dumb internet beer reviews.
    (& insert some derogatory statement about California and the people that CHOOSE to live there with a local government the majority of them CHOSE, because democracy works both ways… jackwagons)

    Anyways good luck with moving, and life.

  12. I live in Virginia with no small children. Or any children. But then the army sent me to Korea where I possibly will have children.

  13. I had to wait all day to see this review as I was at work. Two thumbs up. Also, it's pronounced Skagit not Skagit. Good luck on the move!

  14. To the one guy that disliked this video, I hope you come back to watch this video just to see this comment and see that we all dislike you. You are one pathetic loser… no offense.

  15. Heard that you are moving dude. NoVA will never be the same without you. Sucks to be moving in this snowy windy weather. Be safe and don't like the fruits and nuts in CA change you. God bless and safe travels.

  16. Haha! Your getting new neighbors! The look on their faces when you start swinging your kukris around in the front yard while filming for the first time. Lol. Priceless…..

  17. I wonder how the u-pack employees would react to a "this crate is above the allowed weight" only to find out its filled from top to bottom with knives and flashlights.
    But that's not going to happen I guess, 2500 lb would require a lot of large knives or more small knives/flashlights than reasonably possible.

  18. Also, do you do this full time? I hope you continue Or or do more on the beer side of the review thing as they are very informative and I need all the help I can get. And besides, I can’t think of anything better than knives and beer. They kinda go hand in hand.

  19. I normally don't care, but since you are moving to this neck of the woods and some people do…Skaget is pronounced Ska (rhymes with cat) git (like it but with a g in front of it). I wouldn't worry about knife laws…as long as it's in your house why would anyone know…and I'm sure you know to demand a warrant like any red blooded american who does some illegal things 😉

  20. Amazing that you're able to crank out another review during a move! Your dedication is unsurpassed. For a long time I thought that song was about farts too. Good luck on that long haul across 'Merica and hopefully you and the fam can see some interesting stuff along the way. Safe travels, Advanced Move Bro…

  21. Holy crap, I just realized you're tossing a homemade Hoverman HD antenna at the start of the vid! I made one of those a few years ago but used PVC piping instead of wood as the frame. Still using it today. Screw cable and sat dish, they cost too damn much. Advanced Cord-cutting Bro…

  22. Bro, I just found your channel thru Nick Shabazz channel. He was right you rock dude. I appreciate the humor and great content and the not so serious reviews Keep up the great work keeping us all entertained. I am from Va NOVA and hope you enjoy Cali.

  23. Love your videos. You look like someone from the Netflix series Ozark. You look like what people think people from Missouri look like. Like an extra from The Walking Dead.
    Love your videos. Logboat Snapper review?

  24. Well I guess you ain’t adding Guns to your channel since you are now in CA!

    Call me a heathen, but the Only way I would drink that Steak in a bottle is mixed in a proper Black n Tan!
    (I think the sender of said beers was wishing you would mix them, but was afraid to ask. Why else send that perfect match?)

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