Don't be this guy on Thanksgiving. The guy with the PBR that is, and obviously you don't wanna be the guy in the coffin. Well you may, if you drink PBR on Thanksgiving.With the Thanksgiving holiday looming, it's imperative that you get what you need to make it through this special day as well as you can.
If you're like me, this day will consist of plenty of football viewing, plenty of sitting around, plenty of eating... and plenty of nonsense with the family and friends. By nonsense, I mean arguments about nothing because everybody's drunk. How do you deal with this situation and find a way to enjoy it? You get drunk too, duh.
But you don't want the PBR's or if you're Fly the Beer:30. You want a tasty beer that's going to go well with the turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie... yeah like Peter North, I could go on all day. So I did some searching for some articles that will give you some advice on what beers will go well with your feast. Before I present them to you, I'd like to suggest a beer of my own: Frambozen Raspberry Brown Ale from New Belgium, my favorite brewery on the planet out of Fort Collins, Colorado.
- "Try These Beers With The Thanksgiving Feast" from the Dallas Morning News.
- "Pair Your Thanksgiving Menu With Beer" from the Milford Daily News.
- "Pair Some Beer With Your Turkey" from the Savannah Morning News.