Verich Gold - Ohio Brewing Company
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3.73/5 rDev +5.4%
12 oz bottle, no numbers or anything within sight on bottle.
Pours a hazed light-straw color. White head soon becomes a wisp that laces the glass. Smell is crisp, herbal, and lemon-y. Taste has a grassy, bitter bite to the front of it, but has a smoother finish. Feels ok, and is carbonated well. A crisp, decent beer for the style
11-19-2010 05:30:02 | More by sixerofelixir
3.75/5 rDev +5.9%
A - Pours a clear golden with visible carbonation rising to the top and a half-finger of white head. The head disapates quickly and leaves little lacing behind.
S - Smells strongly of malt and hops, which is right on par for a kolsch.
T - Just as it smells with malts and the bitter, earthy hops assaulting the pallet. There was also a hint of wheat mixed in which gave it a nice balanced taste.
F/D - Smooth and light on the pallet. Very refreshing and easy to drink in the bar setting. An over all decent brew, I could see this as a standby barroom beer.
10-25-2010 19:53:54 | More by StoutKing0104
3.78/5 rDev +6.8%
A- pours a verichy gold color, hazy yellow with a stiff white head leaving little swirls of lace and well defined rings. seems more viscous than other versions of the style 4
S- definitely kolschy! buttered biscuits and vaporous leafy hop aroma. somewhat creamy vanilla and soapy floral. 3.5
T- toasty and grainy with very floral hop presence, an even sweetness, and lingering mild bitterness at the end. 3.5
MF- fuller bodied than others, but still juicy light and refreshing. finishes dry on the old cheeks with a numbing sensation from the prickly carbonation. 4
D- for a style that's meant to be drinkable i guess this one hits the mark. not too outlandish and americanized, aside from the feel. 4.5
10-11-2010 01:04:19 | More by hustlesworth
Verich Gold from Ohio Brewing Company
81 out of 100 based on 28 ratings.