47 minutes | Jun 19, 2022

Frankie’s Fine Brine Classic Bloody Mary Review

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INTRO:  Welcome to My Big Fat Bloody Mary podcast where you will never drink alone. We are coming to you from the studios of the Bloody Mary Concert Series. 

Intro Guest : Mike Scott

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La Crosse Distillery-Field Notes

Whose corn-based vodka is just that, 100% Midwestern organic yellow dent corn. Besides the yeast and enzymes they use to break down the sugars in the corn, there’s nothing else used to make this spirit. It is double-distilled and filtered for an easy finish.

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Company We Review : Frankie’s Fine Brine Classic Bloody Mary

Frankie’s Fine Brine Bloody Mary Mix Review The Company Story:

“Purveyors of liquor soaked pickles and classic brines

Hand-pickled in the USA using the finest of brines, these beauties are begging to hitch a ride on your burger or get cosy with your next cheeseboard. Frankie’s pickles are all natural, gluten free and vegan, and come in three lip-smackingly tasty flavours, sure to win over the pickiest of pickle eaters.”

–Refer to bottle for more….

What’s on the Outside?

Onto the ingredients: Simple and sensible- includes ginger and mustard powder!

Frankie’s Fine Brine Classic Bloody Mary Review

Let’s Drink – A toast to never drinking alone

Thickness: Thick!

The Taste: Tangy, briney, and sweet

The Chaser: Midroll

Driftless Brewing Co. of Soldiers Grove WI – Driftless Brewing Company is a local southwest WI brewery and destination taproom.  We focus on supporting local/regional farms, co-ops and businesses with our ingredient purchases and use 80-90% local ingredients in our fine ales and lagers.   

Which Beer?

Cow Cult Milk Stout Stout – Milk / Sweet –  LOCALLY SOURCED ORGANIC MALT, HOPS AND LACTOSE POWDER CRAFT THIS VELVETY BLACK ELIXIR WITH NOTES OF CREAMY ROASTED COCOA.

ABV: 5.5% | IBU: 21

Dogfish Head Brewery says they have made “the hoppiest beer ever documented through scientific analysis.” Their new brew, dubbed Hoo Lawd—the name is said to come from the exclamation you will undoubtedly make after you take your first sip—is seriously hoppy, measuring 658 IBUs or international bittering units. For perspective, the average IPA has somewhere between 40 to 60 IBUs.

SECRET INGREDIENT: LOCALLY SOURCED ORGANIC LACTOSE.

Adding Vodka:

Retail Cost: $ No idea- the pickled items are $13.99

How to learn more (Contact Info)http://frankiesfinebrine.com/ 

Summary: Would I Buy it? – Yes  

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