This is a big day here at Super Cool Bottle Caps. It is my 100th post. I'm so excited that I have made it this far! I hope I have lots more bottle caps to blog about in the coming days/weeks/months. I hope that I don't drive my friends and family too crazy with this little obsession of mine.
Todays post has to be special, I think. I wanted to blog about a cap that has one of my favorite elements: animals. Yay!
Moosehead was another beer that was procured during the fruitful trip to the Midwest. Before we sat down to gorge ourselves on horseshoes, we had some tasty beverages while waiting for our tables.
One of the beers available was Moosehead, Canada's oldest independent brewery. Michael and I took a trip to Canada a few years ago, but didn't venture outside of Montreal. And I don't recall us drinking any Moosehead. The closest we came was poutine, which I guess, sort of reminds me of a horseshoe. Just substitute cheese sauce for cheese curds and texas toast for gravy. Or something like that. In any case, the horseshoe beats poutine by, like, a mile. On a bad day.
Moosehead Lager has one main thing going for it. It has a moose head on the bottle cap. You didn't even have to take the advice that I would have given, Moosehead (i.e. put a moose head on there). You figured it out yourself, and for that I salute you. Never underestimate the Canadians, our neighbors to the north. I just wonder how you all survive those winters.
Happy 100th post everyone! Hurray!