Hello and happy Saturday rockers, rollers, and beer lovers! The Meista here today pairing a tasty Laguna Baja Mexican-Style Dark Lager from North Coast Brewing Company and Foghat's kickass 4th album "Rock And Roll Outlaws"!
- Artist: Foghat
- Title: "Rock And Roll Outlaws"
- Recorded: 1974
- Release date: October 1974 (4th studio album by Foghat)
- Record company: Bearsville
- Production: Nick Jameson
- Album cover art: Peter Riches (photography)
- Personnel: Roger Earl (drums), "Lonesome" Dave Peverett (lead vocals and rhythm guitar), Rod Price (lead guitar and backing vocals), Tony Stevens (bass guitar)
- Musical style: Rock and roll, hard rock, heavy blues rock
- Sound: Heavy-hitting, the sound on "Rock And Roll Outlaws" further established Foghat as the masters of straight-forward boogie rock!
- Major themes: Rock and roll, love, loss, rebellion, desire, lust, the blues, etc.
- "Eight Days On The Road"
- "Hate To See You Go"
- "Trouble In My Way"
- "Rock And Roll Outlaw"
- "Shirley Jean"
- "Blue Spruce Woman"
- "Chateau Lafitte '59 Boogie"
- Brewery: North Coast Brewing Company (Fort Bragg, California)
- Website: http://northcoastbrewing.com/
- Brew: Laguna Baja Mexican-Style Dark Lager
- Style: Mexican Dark Lager / Vienna Lager
- Serving: 12 ounce bottle
- ABV: 5.0%
- IBUs: 19
- Pour: The Laguna Baja pours an opaque, deep and dark mahogany red/amber hue with a very thin, light tan head that dissipates rather quickly, leaving only trace lacing.
- Nose: The nose is a well-balanced blend of roasted malts and sweeter notes. There are aromas of toasted malts, brown sugar, molasses, and burnt toffee.
- Taste: The flavor follows the nose... malty, creamy, and sweet. There are notes of toasted malt, molasses, a hint of spicy hops, and some very light herbs.
- Mouthfeel: Medium to full bodied, the mouthfeel is creamy and smooth with moderate carbonation and a dry, slightly sweet finish.
Cheers!! Rock on!!