Ryan And The Gosling Beer

Apr 16, 2014

Category: Food, Vices

If a lobster dinner, walk on the beach, and cuddled-up viewing of The Notebook on DVD (note: girls prefer standard def) doesn’t get you some, then there’s one last Hail Mary to throw: Ryan and the Gosling Beer.

Sure, she might protest at first when you offer her a pale ale, but then show her the label, which clearly is meant to resemble Mr. Gosling, but not so much as to owe his estate any royalties. You can throw one back too, knowing it’s from the crew at Evil Twin Brewing and not a psychopathic Ryan Gosling fan with a home brewing kit and above average inkjet printer. Savor the blend of oats, wheat, honey, citrus peel and juice; then, perhaps, savor the site of her panties on the floor. [Purchase]

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