Atlanta Hood Cleaning Pros Reviews Three High End Restaurants in Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta GA RestaurantNikolai’s Roof first opened in 1976 on the thirtieth floor of the Hilton Atlanta. It has amazing views of the city’s skyline that makes the dining experience one would not easily forget. The restaurant was remodeled in 2014 to give it a more updated ambience. Continue reading Atlanta Hood Cleaning Pros Reviews Three High End Restaurants in Atlanta, Georgia

Wyoming Discount Registered Agent, Inc. Reviews Printing PDF vs Creating PDF

What is a PDF?

PDF is short for Portable Document Format and should come to you with the file extension of .pdf. For the most part, the PDF come to you as a read-only document. Unlike a Microsoft Word document, the PDF cannot be changed or altered by the recipient. Continue reading Wyoming Discount Registered Agent, Inc. Reviews Printing PDF vs Creating PDF

Los Angeles Hood Cleaning Review Three Great BBQ Restaurants in Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles not only the largest city in California, it is the second largest city in the United States. The estimated population in 2018 is close to four hundred thousand people. The Roman Catholic Archdiocese is considered to be the largest in the United States.

Barbecue food is not exclusive to the South. Los Angeles Hood Cleaning has picked three barbecue restaurants in Los Angeles to review. Continue reading Los Angeles Hood Cleaning Review Three Great BBQ Restaurants in Los Angeles, California

San Francisco Bay Area Hood Cleaning Reviews Three Great Italian Restaurants

Bay Area CA RestaurantOpening their doors in October 1989, Montecatini Ristorante is located in Walnut Creek. They have received several awards in their twenty-nine years of being in business.

Chef-owner Ermes Paulin was born and raised in Vicenza, Italy. At the age of seventeen, he was trained in the finest culinary academy in the world. Continue reading San Francisco Bay Area Hood Cleaning Reviews Three Great Italian Restaurants

Three Great Gastropub Restaurants in Atlanta, GA

Back in 1836 the state of Georgia wanted to build a railroad to the Midwestern part of the United States. Driving a stake into the ground in 1837 was the beginning of Atlanta, Georgia. Homes and stores came onto the scene in 1839 which quickly became a settlement. The railroad lines arrived in four different directions between 1845 and 1854. This caused Atlanta to quickly become a rail hub for the greater Southern United States. This caused the city to become a huge distribution hub when quickly caused it to become a target by the Union during the Civil War. In 1864 Union troops invaded setting fire to everything but hospitals and churches. Once the war was over, manufacturing was on the rise as well as the population. One of the largest companies in the world was born in Atlanta and that was Coca-Cola who set up shop in 1886.

Today Atlanta is a mecca of eclectic restaurants, gastropubs and craft breweries. I have three gastropubs that I looked into and want to share with you. Continue reading Three Great Gastropub Restaurants in Atlanta, GA

Brew by Numbers – Saison

BBNo – 01 | 10

Abv: 5.5% Saison Classic

The Beer: Light, bready, flowery fresh aroma; opaque, light golden in colour with a white frothy head; clean, fresh taste, plenty of peppery bitterness with a clean aftertaste; some citrus flavours that combine well with a light, bready taste. Really great taste and mouthfeel seems to provide the right kick of bitterness but does not take over the mouth. Very enjoyable, and a great beer. This brewery seems to have an extensive catalogue, that includes a Triple, Baltic Porter, six types of IPA, and something I will need to check out.

Black Sheep Brewery – Yorkshire Gold

Black Sheep Brewery – Yorkshire Gold

Abv: 4.5% Golden Ale

The Beer: Malty and nutty light aroma; Clear, golden-brown in colour, little or no visible carbonation, frothy head quickly goes; the nutty and malt aroma come out in the taste, light syrup taste; lighter bodied, smooth at first but tending towards a little too much carbonation.

Thoughts: I’ve been drinking fine Yorkshire beers for the last week, mainly on tap which went down smoothly and very well. This is a good effort and one of Marks & Spencer’s UK beers. I reckon I’ve had some Black Sheep Brewery beers before and rate them highly (we even went through Masham a few times last week). Worth having if you are stuck in M&S and in need of a beer to buy.

Beavertown Nectar Oil

Beavertown – Neck Oil Session Pale Ale

Abv: 4.3% IBU: 45

The Beer: Deliciously hoppy, really clean aroma, some citrus and peppery elements; slightly opaque, light gold in colour, fluffy white head, plenty of bubbles rising up; delicious hoppy taste, some peppery edges, bitter along with the roof of the mouth; medium-light bodied.

Thoughts: Very good. Very enjoyable. Really love the artwork on the can and throughout the website. The beer is great, but I’ve only got one can. Oh, bum. Could drink loads of this. Simple as that.

Arundel Brewery – Smokehouse Porter

Arundel Brewery – Smokehouse Porter

Alc 6% vol

The Beer: Plenty of mild, smokey aromas, nothing much else to smell; opaque, very dark brown with a tan head; smokey, bitter taste, some malts, more complex flavours come out as the beer warms; plenty of alcohol warmth, some bitterness in the mouth, medium bodied. To be honest this is not my type of beer, reminds me more of a rauchbier and I have issues with smokey flavours repeating on me? That said the other beer drinker in the house really enjoyed this, so I will ignore my opinion in this case and go with the other opinion that this was a “very enjoyable beer”.

Arundel Smokehouse porter beer review