This ale was first introduced in 1933, and should be served at a warmer temperature. Alex and I both give this brew a thumbs up, give it a shot. All High Falls Brews kick ass.
Monthly Archive for April, 2002
“This Samuel Adams’ summer brew was inspired by the traditional Belgian fruit beers, delicate wheat ales that are often based on lambics. Cherry Wheat is the beer world’s elegant response to champagne, and it’s a perfect offering at a summer party.”
This brew is 5.2% alcohol, which is a fifth of a percent higher than Budweiser. Alex and I agree – this is one of the top 10 beers we’ve ever had.
“This strong ale is Wychwood’s flagship beer. It is a rich, dark reddish brown colour, with a bubbly but rapidly vanishing head. The aroma is of dark chocolate and dry, roast malt, a little like Horlicks. In the mouth it is quite sparkly, with a rich burnt malt flavour and a little fruity sweetness (plums and grapes). Below the surface there is a pleasant hazelnut flavour. Although hops are present, they are manifest only by hint of citrus zest in the mouth. Towards the finish, the dark malt lingers with a touch of treacley sweetness on the tongue hanging on into the aftertaste. This is a very palatable pint from Wychwood, which has the brewery’s characteristic smoky qualities.”
Crazy beer, Alejio recommends it.
“Sapporo beers date back to 1876, with the founding of the Kaitakushi Brewery, the first Bavarian-style brewing company in Japan. Our brewing tradition produces world-class beers made from only the finest natural ingredients. Sapporo lagers have a crisp, refreshing taste that can be enjoyed by itself or as the perfect complement to any meal.”
Alex, Ken and I were chillin’ on the small 135ml/4.5FL Oz Sapporo’s tonight. They’re great, you can slam the fuck out of them in no time. Plus, your beer doesn’t have time to get warm – it’s ALWAYS cold. Two thumbs up.
“The key ingredient to a good summer is a GREAT brew! Born to play, Pete’s Wicked Summer Brew is crafted with a special blend of pale and wheat malts, Tettnang hops and a smack of natural lemon. Get in the game… Get Wicked!”
At 4.7% alcohol and a great lemon flavor, not to mention their use of malts and hops, this beer deserves a RowTow thumbs up. Even though it’s a “summer brew,” it works for all seasons. Try it out.
Jesse writes “Cy, after a decade of substance abuse has realized the dark, netherworldly hell he lives in and has entered himself into the betty ford clinic for treatment for his alcohol and crack cocaine addictions.
We wish him well.
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O’Doul’s is a k-rad 31337 beer that doesn’t get you faded, but tastes just like real beer.”