maybe add someone from jeremy’s past to get in the way? idk just a thought. i think what you have going now is really good and i’m excited to see more of it.
mmmm nah it’s not really something like that, honestly. jeremy’s just a grumpy kid and his character has a lot to do with WHY his colour won’t return– but i can always tell you that privately if u wanna kno.
like, it’s a very finished idea tbh. i have pretty much all of season 1 planned out– and a loose brain-sketch of season 2. which all there would be (and hopefully an ‘older bug’ movie or short) I JUST CANT SAY ANYMORE WITHOUT SPOILING IT but i don’t… WANT any villains. i like it being calm and simple
I want to stop saying “well this is a weird one” when talking about Dogfish Head beers, but it’s so often true… as it is here. As they advertise, it’s sort of a beer/wine hybrid. Super clear, light, and effervescent, it does indeed smell (and taste) strongly of white wine grapes. There’s also some spicy saison yeast, a twist of citrus, and it all comes together in a somewhat dry, very crisp drink that steps into white wine turf enough to be obvious and fun, but still retains that funky saison beer character I love, and would never get from the wine world (please correct me if I’m wrong).
Botrytis Cinerea: A beneficial mold that causes grapes to shrivel and sugars to concentrate, resulting in sweet, unctuous wines; common botrytis wines include French Sauternes, Hungarian Tokay and German Beerenauslese.
Dogfish Head’s Noble Rot is a weird saison. Brewed with Viognier grape must, this beer sounded like a strange hybrid, but Noble Rot is surprising in it’s simplicity. The nose has only a hint of fresh grapes and sparkling wine. The body is super crisp with hints of wheat. The middle is peppery and grassy, and the the finish is grapy. Something about Noble Rot is perfect for spring cleaning. It’s musty like dust and forgotten clothes from the back of the closet.
Dogfish Head’s Noble Rot saison. A 4 of 4. Honestly, one of the best grape/malt hybrid beers that I’ve had. The funk is right on and just powerful enough to balance the sweetness that comes from the viognier and pinot gris. You definitely still get plenty of grape notes like a light white wine, but with so much more thickness in the body and a really nice carbonation level. Tons of complexity here. Probably my favorite large-format bottle from DFH so far. My only regret about this is that I’m drinking it inside during the evening - this would be perfect on a sunny outdoor day.