September 15-Train Wreck


Really enjoyed the Sunday football game at UNC Pembroke as they defeated Fayetteville State 16-14.  Thankfully for the UNCP Braves they didn’t have a train wreck the last two minutes of the game and hung on for the win.

In a tribute to the Braves winning their first game of the season and avoiding the train wreck I am going to drink a Train Wreck.

Train Wreck is a South Carolina Beer from RJ Rockers Brewing Company located in  Spartanburg SC. RJ Rockers became Spartanburg’s first brewery in 1997 when military veteran Mark Johnson opened up his brewery downtown. This beer was brought to me via a 32 ounce growler. Thanks again Jef Lambdin.

Train Wreck is an excellent IPA that is off the radar and contains 8.5% ABV.


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