So this film starts out with Alice on the road alone. She goes to save a woman and her baby that she hears on her radio only to find herself in a trap with a ganged of strange inbred street people! But it's Alice, so ass kicking ensues and everyone is dead....except Alice of course. Great start to the movie. This is also where the idea is planted that Alaska is infection free. I know I'm a bit biased after living there for three years, but it really would be a great place to be in a Zombie Apocalypse. The first movie starred Alice the normal woman who transformed into Alice the highly trained killer. The second movie is Alice the highly trained killer transforming into Alice the semi mutant bad-ass. In this movie Alice goes from semi mutant bad-ass to full faced super-motherfucking-mutant-bad-ass!!!! She actually gets all telepathic in this movie. It gets weird. That's your heads up.
Deschutes puts out quality beer after quality beer. This is no exception. It's their winter ale and it's awesome. It pours a deep cloudy opaque brown with dark red hues and a nice light brown head. The aroma is strong toasted malts with some high alcohol fumes. It's very rich with grassy hops, spice, and clove. The flavor is similar to aroma but stronger. It's boozy and slick, full of malt that fades to an earthy bitterness. It's strong at 6.7% abv and plenty bitter at 60 IBUs. There's a hint of coffee under all that rich toasted malt. It's unique in a way that few beers are. This is the winter ale that other winter ales wished they were but they don't have the balls. If a hefeweizen is your idea of extreme then don't buy this beer. It will leave you naked and crying on the bathroom floor. Me.....I have two cases of it. So I can take it.