Given we’re regularly swapping spit and other liquids, I didn’t sweat it when Wayne sniffed my Virgin Islands Mango Ale too deeply.In appreciating its “Great nose!” he dipped his in it!
It did smell yummy. Tasted good too, for those of us, like me, who ocaisionally like “fruit loop beer.”
The most visible local beer in the VIrgin Islands.
Since leaving St. Martin, and entering The Virgins, I’ve not seen a dominantly advertised island beer. The most local beers I’ve seen are the Virgin Islands beers; as they’re a bit higher end, there are less predominant. In St. Thomas, I tried the local Blackbeard Ale, which tasted more like a porter.
We saw “Cold Beer” in Tortola’s Road Town yard, then at Trellis Bay, in the water.
“Beer Cooler” was at White Bay, Jost Van Dyke.
Now, I do write a lot about alcohol. Like it or not, that’s because it is the most consistently prominent cultural identifier I’ve seen in our travels. Here’s a few more recent examples….