Why oh why is the end of the keg so good?
Should I deny what this beer could?
Here I am looking at a perfectly clear,
beautiful glass of homebrew beer.
It's awesomely tasty,
clean, crisp, and not made hastily.
Yet it's not too long before the keg runs out,
With very little doubt,
This is one of the last pints.
The first taste of this beer was blah.
But at the end, every sip is one of AWE
I don't have the will power to leave a keg in the kegerator for 3 months before I tap.
I always fall into this trap.
I dream about it as I nap.
I can't restrain myself from a night cap.
Why do I do this over and over?
I love the end of a keg.
If it wasn't my own, I might just beg.
It's a time where I truly enjoy and marvel at my creation.
It's the ultimate in temptation.
I rarely share the last glass.
I think about this brew in the past.
I know no matter how many times I brew, this one is unique.
It falls under my most discerning critique.
The last pint.