American Sniper has been a bit of a polarizing experience, if you happen to read any articles about it. I guess the central figure, Chris Kyle, has gone under some scrutiny for actions not really shown in the film, while at the same time the movie has been glorified and praised for its flag waving American pride type themes. There’s a lot to be discussed, and it’s all a very serious matter, so I’m going to do everyone a favor and let the two sides of the story speak for themselves… On one side, there’s the heavily Oscar nominated Clint Eastwood film American Sniper, and on the other side is the lunch I had at Naf Naf Grill yesterday.
Over the weekend I went to Beer Hoptacular, which was a ton of fun. I got sufficiently sauced while at the same time got to delve into a whole bunch of craft beers I’ve never heard of. There’s a good chance I’d go back next year. However, it was a journalistic failure on my part. Not only did I completely forget to bring my camera, but I also drunkenly lost my booklet of sloppily written notes about all of the beers I drank, somewhere on the Blue Line after the event. Since I got tipsy and can’t really remember every little detail of what happened or what beers I drank, that booklet was the last shred of memory I had on the specifics of things.
So while I can’t rank all the beers I drank like I planned to, I do at least (kinda) remember the best beer and the worst beer.