Blue Point Toasted Lager - Blue Point Brewing Company
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4.93/5 rDev +39.3%
I tried this beer a while back but had forgotten to review it. So today while in my favorite beertique I bought 2 6 packs of the Toasted Lager and two of the Octoberfest. These beers are the only Blue Point brews I have ever tried. But after thoroughly enjoying the Toasted Lager I have suggested it to many friends and will continue to do so
09-02-2010 23:16:56 | More by BeerLover48Fan
4.88/5 rDev +37.9%
Has an amber color and tastes of caramel. Smooth easy drinking and especially good on a spring day.
Had this beer on tap this weekend at Belmont Park in the Paddock Tent. As close to tasting as Sam Adams Boston Lager. Could not distinguish the difference between the two beers. An excellent micro-brew from Long Island New York. Would recommend it most highly.
05-15-2012 19:20:39 | More by r3spanoyahoocom
4.85/5 rDev +37%
If you like Yuengling you will love this beer. And you'll never touch that beer again. Where Yuengling lacks Toasted makes up the toasted hops make for a great finish and little to no after taste. This beer is the Ideal pizza beer. this beer is my go to beer. I hope every one everyone enjoys this beer as much as I do.
10-20-2011 03:03:23 | More by Bigbadbudman
4.7/5 rDev +32.8%
On tap at a friend's house this afternoon - Wow, did not see this one coming.
Good amber color, visible carbonation, healthy 2F head, with only some faint lacing.
Overall smell was rich and bready maltiness, with some light bitter hop quality.
Wow, this is good - Don't believe I've had a better amber lager. Mouthful of fresh 7-grain bread, caramel sweetness, and a decently hoppy bite to balance this right down the middle.
Buttery smooth, with just enough carbonated bite to keep it refreshing and encouraging of more, more, more.
With that flavor and mouthfeel, this rates huge in my book of drinkability. This is far from my favorite style, but this one now sits at the top.
08-31-2009 02:47:38 | More by BeerImmediately
4.53/5 rDev +28%
I got this beer in DC when searching for beers for some non-beer-drinking friends. Listening to one's tastes (Heineken and Yuengling) I knew I was shooting for a lager and knew the Full Sail Session was what I wanted, but of the 200+ beers available, that wasn't. I took a chance with the Toasted Lager.
Although I only drank a small amount, I was very surprised by the more neutral smell compared to many. S= It has a round, unoffensive, oaty or grainy subltly sweet nose. Appearance probably not something that matters for this beer. M= The mouthfeel is damn near refreshing, a very difficult attainment indeed. It falls in the short list of beers I would drink when thirsty if nothing but beer is available. The carb/beer ratio seems perfect, better than session. T= The taste is fantastic. I found it less sweet and breadier than the Session which had a little bit too much spicy sweetness, and slightly sweeter than yuengling without the more raunchy notes. My friend described it as a perfect heineken without the "gnarly" and "funky" flavors. D= Drinkability is outlandish and I would say I rank it at the top of beer to drink for extensive time without trying to get wrecked.
I hadn't seen the beer before but I do know the store, so presumably it was fairly fresh.
I'd like to point out there's no highly rated lager, period, which is strange because frankly some people prefer lager. Although I'm an ale man myself, I really do find this a fantastic beer and by far the most enjoyable lager I've had, and am looking forward to drinking it again.
09-14-2010 00:25:45 | More by willPS21
4.53/5 rDev +28%
Although I know that my judgement of this beer is slightly biast, because I live nearby the brewery, I still think that this is one of the better beers that I have tasted. Although, I must agree that I have had it in the bottle , purchased at a local store, and it was not as good as the fresh distinct taste on tap at the brewery. The toasted flavor is distinct and original, at least to me and I can drink it all night and not get tired of it.
03-05-2005 11:00:14 | More by northportalehead
Blue Point Toasted Lager from Blue Point Brewing Company
80 out of 100 based on 1,153 ratings.