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What a better time to review this than after the release of The Mandalorian season two trailer. ....What.... you haven't seen it yet? How can you be reading this if you haven't seen the trailer for the second season of Mandalorian yet? Go here now... quickly! And then come back and check out this review. I mean, seriously, read my review... but also seriously... check that trailer out and tell me you aren't hyped and pumped for season two. The Mandalorian Season Two Trailer. \n\n\n\nThis is my second Mandalorian themed beer review. Certainly not going to be my last I'm sure given the popularity of the show, and how craft breweries love using pop cultural references for can labels and beer names. You can read my review for This is The Way by Broken Goblet here. As many readers of the blog will have taken note by now, I am a big Star Wars fan, so any Star Wars themed beers I can find, I try my best to get my hands on them. Sometimes this is good... the beers are good .... sometimes this is bad... and the beers were bad and they used the name \/ label \/ reference as a means to sell their otherwise less than stellar beer. But thats a risk you have to take when trying beers by beer name \/ label rather than brewing company recognition or reviews or whatever. Its a risk I know going in and usually willing to take.\n\n\n\nYou can check out a few my other Star Wars (and one Space Balls) related beer reviews:\n\n\n\nMay The Fourth Be With YouThis is Nut the Fluff You're Looking ForMoon of Vega\n\n\n\nI was able to acquire this as a crowler in a trade. (Thats the only way RAR released this beer, was in crowler form, unlike their other Out of Order series of beers which they've done in 4pks - to the best of my knowledge). The second hand market on this beer was getting a bit ridiculous (had a guy offer to sell it to me for 48$ plus I pay the shipping for him to send it from VA to PA), so I was happy to find a decent trader on it. \n\n\n\nTime to break down this crazy looking beer.\n\n\n\nBlue Milk\n\n\n\nBeer: Out of Order: Blue MilkBrewery: RAR BrewingStyle: Sour - FruitedABV: 5.6%IBU: NoneUntappd Description: Made in collaboration with Brad at Cold Stream Studios and Main Street Gallery, \u201cBlue Milk\u201d is made with milk from a Bantha, but also tastes like a blue raspberry float.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nAt least it's from a Bantha and not that creature Luke drank from in The Last Jedi...\n\n\n\nLuke and the Thala\n\n\n\nApparently its called a Thala... and Luke finds it delicious....\n\n\n\nThe best green milk Luke has ever drank.\n\n\n\nPersonally, I'd stick with the blue milk he had in A New Hope....\n\n\n\nBlue milk from A New Hope\n\n\n\nOR.... better yet.... I'd just try this beer here from RAR Brewing.... (Ahh.... such a good segue huh?)\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nLet's start with the appearance... this is a beautiful light creamy looking blue. Like a hazy cloudy sunny day blue. Or if you had fruit loops or some other fruity sugary cereal and ate all the cereal, this is what your milk would look like afterwards. It has a creamy, almost like melted ice cream look and texture to it. \n\n\n\nAroma is interesting, it has a vanilla heavy smell, but you get a raspberry and berry heavy nose too. Kind of has the smell of melted soft serve ice cream that used the raspberry flavoring. \n\n\n\nThe texture, consistency, and overall look follows suit. It has the texture, a light grittyness, but still overall smooth of a drink still, of melted ice cream. Everything about this just has the appearance of melted ice cream, which I think is the overall attempt of it. Its like many of the sour fruited slushee like beers, but a bit smoother, more silkier, but still has some of that gritty texture to it. This has the taste of those yogurt drops, I remember my daughters loved them when they were babies, their small, almost Hershey kiss shaped drops of yogurt, smooth, fruited, and easy to digest for babies. This is similar in flavor to a raspberry one of those. If you had a berry, fruity bowl of raspberry (primarily raspberry) fruited flavored cereal, this is the milk from after you ate the cereal. This isn't quite as powerful raspberry, its subdued, possibly the result of being \"blue raspberry\" versus whatever regular raspberries are called I guess. Not quite sure what the differences are between the two (if there is such a thing). This reminds me of sitting down to watch Saturday morning cartoons and draining the bowl of milk afterwards (though for me it was that bad lactaid free milk). Memberries and nostalgia galore here with this beer! I do like this beer overall. I think some might be put off by the color, the texture, even possibly the scent, and appearance, but overall I like it, and I enjoyed it. I think 48$+ is ridiculous for it, and the second hand market on this is driven by the label and logo (which I have noticed now, that some crowlers are coming without the label due to them running out). I think its worth the attempt to find and try if you are able to, especially if you are able to cheaply, but I wouldn't go crazy searching for it at some of those second market prices. \n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nMy Untappd Rating: ****Global Untappd Rating: 4.37 (as of 9.16.20).\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nI have had a few other Out of Order (OOO or OoO or OO) variants from RAR Brewing. I like the series and I do like RAR Brewing overall. I previously here for the blog reviewed Jon Voight's Car, make sure to check that out. \n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nAs always please like, subscribe, follow, and share. Love hearing from you guys the readers in the comments section as well. So be sure to let me know what your thoughts are on the beer, the label, the brewery, Star Wars in general, or anything else on your mind's. \n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nThanks for reading and cheers!\n\n\n\n-B. 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Take me in and I'll love and serve you.rar
Joined army 61 went to svn and detached to 6RAR in Aug 66. Was sig corp and did all bn ops including Bribie. Went to SASR in 72 as missed the time with grunts. Knew a guy called Red Webb for years (SAS) and we only discovered we were both at bribie in dec 2010. It was his 2nd day in country. I showed him a photo of the destroyed APC and 'lo and behold', he is in the photo. Why dont I keep in touch!! Hard tto explain. One doesnt really belong but professionalism is supporting your mates in the aussie army regardless of corp and myself and my men did that. George Chinn, RSm grabbed me off the Choppers at bribie and he and I helped with wounded, dead, resupply whatever. I am now 71 years of age and have an 18 yo son in infantry corp. (this is the hard bit! Do I tell you, I never found out what caused kids, or! Couldnt help myself and loved sex. I have told him-be proud of your corp and remember all the help you get is by all corps. You all take care of yourselves, my brother, Eric Tonkin was at fire support base Corral with 1RAR.
Excellent website, well done. I am hoping you can help. My cousin served in 6RAR in Vietnam between 1966 and 1967 as a regular soldier. He was wih the battalion at the time of the battle of Long Tan and served with Support Company. I know Support Company didnt take any direct part in the battle but I have been unable to find any written account of this company at the time of the battle. My cousin was Pte James Gordon. Are you able to assist in anyway with regard to Support Company during the time of the battle? I thank you in anticipation of your much appreciated reply should you feel inclined to do so. Yours faithfully, Stuart J.Mathewson firstname.lastname@example.org
I am delighted to see today (14/8/08) the long-overdue Government recognition of the astonishing achievement of the Battle of Long Tan soldiers. I saw many of my friends off to war in Vietnam, and have always been appalled by their subsequent treatment by uncaring governments of both persuasions. I hope you all know that there were always many ordinary Australians who knew of your courage, and the incredible difficulities you faced. My husband and I have travelled in Vietnam, & it only increased our respect for the troops who served there. I hope & believe that as our older servicemen of WW1 & WW11 leave us, that our Vietnam Vets will take pride of place in our Anzac Day celebrations. 041b061a72