Beer, of course~
Appearance: Very much like apple juice. Hardly any head.
Smell: A barely noticeable general beer bitterness.
Taste: Pleasantly beer-y, but an oddly sharp aftertaste. Hits you like an afterthought.
Mouthfeel: Clearly carbonated, but smooth in the end.
Drinkability: Another decent beer. Admittedly one of my go-to bar beers, but I never noticed that aftertaste. Had it with Nuwaved fish and oven-baked cheesy potatoes. Good drink for salty foods.
For Jesus: Sometimes, a person can realize something new about a part of their lives that they maybe could have realized earlier. Whether this realization is good or bad, insight should always be welcome.
TL;DR: Decent. Jesus encourages balance.
Appearance: An almost golden sort of yellow. Clearly, lots of head.
Smell: The bitterness of most inexpensive beers; nothing else discernible.
Taste: Crisp and light, with no unpleasant aftertaste.
Mouthfeel: Slight carbonation; smooth finish.
Drinkability: Decent beer. Wouldn’t seek it out, but would gladly pick it if on a low budget. Could see it used for beer pong.
For Jesus: Even the plainest things can be enjoyed, and sometimes, it takes something simple to show one’s self the finer things in life.
TL;DR: Alright. Jesus lived simply.
Kona Brewing Company’s Aloha Series: Koko Brown
Appearance: A dark, warm brown. Reminiscent of cola.
Smell: Roasted coconut with a hint of bitterness.
Taste: An obvious beer flavor. Not much coconut at all.
Mouthfeel: Like Italian cream soda.
Drinkability: A good, solid beer. It can stand on its own or be paired with foods, particularly sweets or meats. I’d seek it out for a BBQ.
For Jesus: Koko Brown reminds me that I was born and raised in Hawaii, bringing me back to the wonderful times I’ve had on the island. The beer itself is bitter, but the hint of rich coconut harkens to the good times I’ve been blessed with in life, making the drinking experience quite pleasant.
TL;DR: Good. Jesus likes coconut.