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St John’s Wort blog reviewing beers made with Most™

Yeah, I've tried Most hops

From St John’s Wort blog – Beery Musings And Amusing Beers
http://saintjohnswort.ca/yeah-ive-tried-most-hops/

“The main obligation is to amuse yourself.” – S.J. Perelman

I was standing, not that long ago, in The Only Cafe talking to Sam Corbeil and Dave Lee about the new hop variety that they were using in the beers that were featured at the Sawdust City 10th Anniversary Tap Takeover. They told me that they were using a new Czech hop variety called Most™. 

Well, this was excellent. I immediately got in touch with Robin to say I was going to pitch Charles Faram to sponsor our podcast on the basis that we could easily write several minutes of Abbott and Costello style schtick promoting Most™ Hops.

“You’ve tried most hops, but why not try Most™ Hops? Most™ hops taste like citrus or tropical fruit, but Most Hops taste like strawberries, cotton candy, and black tea. If you’re sick of most hops, why not try Most™ Hops? They’ll make the Most difference. And if you’re interested in making a triple IPA, you could use the most Most™ Hops. Most™ Hops. They’re not like other hops.”

Never mind that it’s pronounced “Mosst.” Never let decent relations with the Czechs get in the way of a comedic misunderstanding. 

I did get in touch with them, and while I’m sure they were tickled, they politely declined. That said, because they’re lovely people, they sent a package of contemporary hop samples and beers made with Most™ hops.

Photo of Most hop pellets on a set of scales
Photo of Most hop pellets on a set of scales

“The main obligation is to amuse yourself.” – S.J. Perelman

I was standing, not that long ago, in The Only Cafe talking to Sam Corbeil and Dave Lee about the new hop variety that they were using in the beers that were featured at the Sawdust City 10th Anniversary Tap Takeover. They told me that they were using a new Czech hop variety called Most™. 

Well, this was excellent. I immediately got in touch with Robin to say I was going to pitch Charles Faram to sponsor our podcast on the basis that we could easily write several minutes of Abbott and Costello style schtick promoting Most™ Hops.

“You’ve tried most hops, but why not try Most™ Hops? Most™ hops taste like citrus or tropical fruit, but Most Hops taste like strawberries, cotton candy, and black tea. If you’re sick of most hops, why not try Most™ Hops? They’ll make the Most difference. And if you’re interested in making a triple IPA, you could use the most Most™ Hops. Most™ Hops. They’re not like other hops.”

Never mind that it’s pronounced “Mosst.” Never let decent relations with the Czechs get in the way of a comedic misunderstanding. 

I did get in touch with them, and while I’m sure they were tickled, they politely declined. That said, because they’re lovely people, they sent a package of contemporary hop samples and beers made with Most™ hops.