“5.9% alcohol by volume A crisp, golden ale brewed with orange blossom honey, this beer has a mild honey flavor and subtle citrus character.”
Monthly Archive for February, 2002
“Over the centuries, Hacker-Pschorr beers have remained true to their brewing ingredients, heritage and hand-crafted techniques. Lagering times are still measured in months, rather than days or weeks, as is common with most brewers today. Hacker-Pschorr beers are brewed as they have been since 1417.” To read more about this badass creation, click here.
“Alcohol Content: 3.8% alcohol by weight, 4.9% alcohol by volume Calorie Content: 148 calories per 12-ounce serving Fat Content: 0 gm Ingredients: Two row spring barley from the south of England, a special strain of yeast, ice- age glacier water from the “Rotenburger Rinne,” plus hops from the famous “Hallertau Hop Gardens” in southern Germany are the ingredients that give St. Pauli Girl Lager its unsurpassed quality and taste. Taste Characteristics: St. Pauli Girl Lager has a deep golden color, distinctive full-bodied taste and hoppy aroma – characteristics of classic German beers. Food Pairing: Enhances the flavor of grilled food and chicken.”
“Those wild and crazy guys at Boston Beer Co. have done it again, brewing a beer so strong they label it 48 proof, using terminology usually reserved for spirits. Sam Adams Utopias MMII, which goes on sale this month, is in fact 24% alcohol by volume, making it the strongest commercial beer in the world.” Read more about this obsurd beer here.
Since Failex loved my last BotD, I’ve selected one he’ll love even more. Colt 45 is a smooth drinking amber malt liquor, garaunteed to help you score with the ladies. Not only that, it’s endorsed by Billy Dee Williams and Fab Five Freddy!”
Country: Australia Alcohol by volume: 5.7 Style: stout 25oz beer… damn good shit, son.
A fine malt liquor, good for getting faded, fast! Endorsed by the House of Pain.”
“A dark, strong beer, Old Peculier is justifiably famous for its rich and complete character, it’s sheer strength – and for being a beer with a long history. And please note the strength – Old Peculier is not to be messed with. The message is “handle with care”. Available all year round. Tasting notes: its initial sweetness is, apparently, “of roasted and vinous notes with a subtle bitter aftertaste”. Strong fruitiness, often with “banana notes” standing out, is derived from Old Peculier’s fermentation process. Old Peculier recently took the silver medal in CAMRA’s Champion Winter Beer of Britain 2000 competition”
“With mild bitterness, medium body and a smooth tart finish, Pintail Ale’s refreshing taste is reflected in its precise balance of imported malts and hops. This creates a brew which provides a satisfying drinking experience. This seasonal is available from January through September. Try a pint of Pintail Ale and drink a new tradition.”
Hefeweizen: Sudwerk Hefeweizen is a Bavarian style unfiltered wheat beer with a light fruity taste and a slightly spicy finish. It is brewed with 50% Pale two-row malt and 50% wheat. The unique top fermenting yeast is intentionally left to compliment the dry wheat character. This yeast attenuates completely to produce a dry thirst quenching beer. It is a great summertime drink that is traditionally served with a slice of lemon.
This truly genuine Indian lager beer comes from the foothills of the Vindhya mountains – not far from the Rajasthen border. Traditionally brewed from the best ingredients and pure mineral water, you will find the taste a perfect accompaniment to Indian cuisine.
“Refreshing and a bit untamed, Fireweed Honey Wheat Beer offers the crisp, quenching character of wheat, the delicate sweetness of premium Fireweed honey and the distinctive flavor of Mount Hood hops. It’s Northwest quality with a bit of frontier charm. Whether Fireweed Honey Wheat Beer is your introduction to the renaissance of craft brews or a delightful quencher after exhilarating activities, we wish you an incredible and enchanting journey.”
Maudite was awarded a gold medal in 1995 and 1996 by The Beverage Testing Institute.n November 1992, Maudite, containing 8% alc./vol., was the first strong beer to be distributed in the Quebec grocery-store network. It is also the first beer brewed in America that has an evolutive taste. When served young, it is very smooth, but when served after several years of storage, its flavour is reminiscent of port. Maudite is a mahogany-coloured, rich-tasting premium beer that has a distinctive, complex taste. It is a beer of character because of the warmth it releases. It must be served cool but not cold. Maudite is the perfect accompaniment to pasta, red meat, stews and spicy dishes. It also makes a good aperitif and after-dinner drink.
The first and only authentic dopplebock (double bock) beer. A very rich, full, hearty body yet superbly balanced, true to its world-renowned reputation.
This delightful brew is a medium-bodied pale ale that is balanced to perfection. It has a fresh hop aroma and a mild sweetness that finishes crisp and clean. This pale ale is brewed in the American style using two Northwest hop varieties, Centennial and Columbus. The fresh hop flavor is balanced with 2-row Pale and Crystal malts. Available in package and on draught.