Last Mountain Lager - Bushwakker Brewing Company
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Ratings: 4 | Reviews: 4 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by fisherman34:
3.93/5 rDev +1.8%
Pale orange in colour with moderate carbonation. Aromas are of toasted bread, munich malt, orange marmalade, and light floral hops. The toast flavors are more toasted-nutlike. The bread element in the mouth is a bit more untoasted. A bit of spice, and a bit more of the malty orange thing. More hop flavor than expected, but still within style guidelines. Medium to light bodied. Very well executed, and very drinkable. Well done!
01-19-2008 02:49:53 | More by fisherman34
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3.93/5 rDev +1.8%
650ml brown bottle, generic Bushwakker label, brought back from Regina. One of the regular offerings. Pours a deep orange color, slightly hazy, with light orangy/gold foam. Nice thick head of tight small bubbles, but shrank away quickly, limited if any lace. Grainy and malty smell, not much hops, typical of an all-malt brew. Mild toasted malty flavor, well balanced with the hops. Just enough of a hoppy finish, touch of pine and citrus. Medium mouthfeel, sharp tingle on the tongue. A good full flavored lager. Because of the large bottle, my second glass was a touch warmer (big bottle won't fit in the fridge upright). The hops were way more pronounced in my second glass, both in smell and taste - kind of reminded me of a pale ale (Headstrong, maybe).
04-14-2006 23:59:02 | More by BigBry
3.75/5 rDev -2.8%
Pint glass served on tap at Bushwakker's.
Orange-red amber colour. Hazy with a light beige thin head. Lots of lacing.
A fairly mild aroma that is a little hoppy and grainy.
A nice and hoppy taste throughout. Not overly hoppy, but rather moderate in character. Subtle malt undertones and a little piney with a mild hoppy/bitter finish.
Medium body, a little nutty, a little fizzy and crisp.
This is one of the regulars on tap at Bushwakker's. Available year round, it is satisfactory, but doesn't wow you. Maybe I feel this way because I've always had it available, but I consider it a good, but not great beer.
08-28-2005 03:06:31 | More by Noxious26
3.83/5 rDev -0.8%
650ml Bomber filled fresh from the brewery.
Pour puts a beautiful red-copper lager in the glass with a very slight protien haze...has a puffy, clinging 2 finger sandy colored cap which lasts well and laces. Moderate carbonation.
Aromas of rich toasty-sweet red Munich malts and just the slightest whisp of herbal noble hopping. Meduim bodied, gentle creamyness to the mouth feel....wunderbar!
Flavour profile starts out with a nice infusion of toasty-nutty-cake like malts that give a impression of liquid Bavarian walnut cake then the attenuated nobels give some herbal buffering to the rich nutty malts midway and produces a soft elegant mix of maltiness and herbs that dries out in the finish just enough to keep the drink from being sweet.... appetising biscuit snap in the after taste...
A great authentic Canadian Vienna true to style and infinately drinkable. Absolutely no technical flaws. Bravo to the brewer for recreating this elegant, subtle and increasingly uncommon lager style!
06-02-2006 21:19:33 | More by pootz
Last Mountain Lager from Bushwakker Brewing Company
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