What Beer Are You Reviewing Now?

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LeBron Hazejakecattleco from California

LeBron Haze

IPA - American | 7.5% ABV

Pariah Brewing Company
San Diego, California

3.64/5  rDev -16.3% | Average: 4.35
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

10 day old can into a Spiegelau IPA glass.

A: Dirty murky bronze, not aesthetically pleasing.

S: Nose is a strange mix of bubblegum, papaya, and gym socks. The pleasant elements win, but the mind can't help but register and at times focus on the funk.

T: Fortunately taste features mostly the good elements of the nose. Limited bitterness and subtle astringency.

F: Mouthfeel is just OK, Low-medium bodied with moderate carbonation,

O: Definitely not for my preferences and palate. I've found Gakaxy polarizing for my palate before, but never before both liking and despising elements of it in the same beer. This improves as it warms, but I still can't shake the gym socks aspects.

Today at 08:24 AM
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Chocolate Stout Nitroneenerzig from Ohio

Chocolate Stout Nitro

Stout - American | 5.8% ABV

Rogue Ales
Newport, Oregon

3.77/5  rDev -4.3% | Average: 3.94
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.75

My best friend Jon Passow gave me a can of this recently. Poured out of a 16 oz. can into one of my many pint glasses, this beer pours a very dark brown, almost black color with a creamy looking, tan head that's a solid 1/3 inch thick when first poured with excellent retention. Decent lacing. Aromas of toasted malts with strong chocolate and nice lactose notes. Also a hint of earthy hops. A very similar flavor profile, with toasted malts and milk chocolate sweetness along with a bit of bitterness too and lactose. All this is rounded out with a touch of earthy hops. The roastyness is a bit too astringent for my palate, like the malts were a bit over-roasted/slightly burned. This aspect of the flavor profile could and should be refined, as to my palate, this drinks too much like an Irish Dry Stout. This aspect does balance out a bit as the beer sits and warms, but the over roast/slight burnt taste still sits on my palate after each sip in the after taste. Has a creamy, frothy, smooth, medium to full bodied mouthfeel with moderate carbonation. Not too shabby, but could use some revamping for sure.

Eric

Today at 07:24 AM
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The Mutants are Revoltingthehyperduck from Canada

The Mutants are Revolting

IPA - American | 4.5% ABV

Flying Monkeys Craft Brewery
Barrie, Ontario, Canada

3.72/5  rDev +6.3% | Average: 3.5
look: 3.25 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

473 mL can from Superstore; dated Jul 2 2020 and served slightly chilled.

Pours a fairly clear, sunny golden-yellow hue, capped with half an inch of tight, creamy white foam that fizzles off within the next minute or two. A frothy, bubbly collar sticks around, surround a few islets of similar composition; minimal lace generation, but it looks fine to me. I'm getting floral notes on the nose, but it's the citrusy hops that are predominant - orange, grapefruit and lemon for sure, with hints of tropical fruit, apricot and pine resin also coming through.

Not bad at all; grainy, crackery pale malt flavours serve as a relatively neutral backdrop, allowing the quartet of hops to largely dictate the overall flavour profile. I'm getting grapefruit and orange, along with melon, stone fruit and papaya; hints of coconut and resiny, spicy, pithy hop bitterness join in towards the finish, with coconut and floral notes carrying on into the aftertaste. Light in body, with assertive carbonation that prickles the palate relentlessly throughout the course of the glass; feels smooth and a tad frothy on the tongue, with good drinkability overall.

Final Grade: 3.72, a B grade. The Mutants Are Revolting, but the beer itself certainly isn't. Now, I wouldn't necessarily say that this is a spectacular session IPA or anything - nor would I say that it's as good as most of the Flying Monkeys full strength IPAs, either. Truthfully, the coconut-like aspects imparted by the Sabro hops are not my bag, and that's already layered on top of the fact that I am not a big session IPA fan to begin with. I still liked it enough to award it a half-assed thumbs up anyhow - not the Monkeys' best work by any means, but worth sampling.

Today at 07:21 AM
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Boss TweedBlurryVisi0n from New York

Boss Tweed

IPA - New England | 9.3% ABV

Old Nation Brewing Co.
Williamston, Michigan

4.21/5  rDev -4.3% | Average: 4.4
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Served in a tulip glass from the can.

Appearance: Super hazy smooth yellow with deep bubbles on the body and a subtle head rising just over half one finger's length off the body.

Smell: Piney aroma, comes to the nose and you inhale a lighter forest aroma and leaves quickly. Strong and quick.

Taste: Deep floral with and extra dose of piney feel and subtle alcohol with and oatmeal like sweetness to the beer.

Mouth: Medium to full carbonation and strong body. Very sticky, ehh might be the time of day or maybe my palate has a slight soapy feel to the finish. Mellow and nice.

Overall: Good brew, I liked it a lot and reminds of some other imperial NEIPAs which have been taking the beer industry by storm. Always in a glass....Salud!

Today at 07:12 AM
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Centennial IPABuschLiteOnTap from Indiana

Centennial IPA

IPA - American | 7.2% ABV

Founders Brewing Company
Grand Rapids, Michigan

2.51/5  rDev -39.5% | Average: 4.15
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 2 | feel: 2 | overall: 2.75

Calling this beer an IPA seems a little
misleading because the flavor profile to my pallette seems unlike any IPA I've ever tasted. The signature crispness and bitterness seems totally overpowered by the malty characteristics to the extent it almost reminded me of a marzen. My other thoughts are how much it reminded me of the loosely dubbed "strong ales" or tripels that I've tasted from time to time because those tend to vary in terms of specifics. Entirely personal preference but this one is just not for my tastes. I know why it's well rated, but will have to skip this one in the future.

Today at 05:48 AM
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Centennial IPAimnodoctorbut from Texas

Centennial IPA

IPA - American | 7.2% ABV

Founders Brewing Company
Grand Rapids, Michigan

3.88/5  rDev -6.5% | Average: 4.15
look: 4.25 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4

imagine it: you love the smell and look and most of the taste of the IPA. but then you can't get over the hurdle of the mouthfeel of the experience no matter where you turn.
enter: Ravenclaw (Founders) with the Centennial.
no doubt this has hops. you can smell them and taste them (mostly) but the end "bite" has been largely replaced by a creaminess and slight earthy bitterness. no "juice" here - if you are looking for a citrus or a dank or a anything else even resembling the NEIPA style or San Diego OG style, look onwards and elsewhere.
it's peppery, it's creamy, it has a good earthy bit of bitterness of hops present. a little lemony with a slice of grapefruit at most on the citrus front.

4 points to Ravenclaw

Today at 05:47 AM
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RosalesDamian from Massachusetts

Rosales

Wild Ale | 6.3% ABV

New Park Brewing
West Hartford, Connecticut

4.6/5  rDev 0% | Average: 4.6
look: 3.75 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 4.5

Drank from a 1 pint 9 fl. oz. (750 ml) corked and capped bottle purchased at New Park Brewing, West Hartford, CT
Served in a tulip

Damn, that was a really difficult cork to remove. Hopefully they will work out some kinks in the future. As for the beer, it poured a crystal clear, golden yellow color and was topped by a fluffy, two-finger tall, bright white crown that quickly fizzled away. There was no lacing nor any head retention whatsoever. On the second pour, the beer tuned somewhat hazy.

The aroma was outstanding. Strawberry notes were front and center. Sweet and bright but also somewhat tart. Those strawberry hard candies with the green foil wrappers came to mind. Some crisp lemon and wheatiness was also noticeable. Hint of funk. On the second pour, the bright strawberry notes somehow became more muddled.

The flavor profile was also impressive though definitely not as strawberry forward. Fresh and bright strawberries were present again here, although they came across as slightly underripe perhaps. Big wheaty notes and lemony tartness in the center. Really crisp and dry yet exceptionally well balanced. More tartness and acidity on the back end and in the finish.

Excellent fluffy, lighter bodied mouthfeel. Crisp and sprightly on the palate. The liquid contained a super fine, fairly zippy effervescence that turned slick and smooth on the palate.

Strawberry is one of the most difficult fruits to showcase in a beer, and New Park did it better in their first attempt at a wild ale than in any other beer I have tried. With its relatively low acidity and subtle barrel character, the fresh Glastonbury strawberries were definitely the star of the show in this beer.

Today at 05:38 AM
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Pale AleJoKo from Connecticut

Pale Ale

Pale Ale - American | 5.6% ABV

Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
Chico, California

3.71/5  rDev -8.4% | Average: 4.05
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

Pours a clear, copper color with an inch thick white head that dissipated in about a minute, high amount of carbonation. The smell is sweet, malts up front. The taste is very balanced between malts and hops, bread notes up front followed by a piney hop bitterness. This beer is very crisp, clean on the mouthfeel. It’s light bodied and highly drinkable, yet it’s got a lot of flavor. Overall, great job from one of the country’s original craft breweries. Classic beer that doesn’t get old, and one I like to come back to when I get tired of over the top big beers.

Today at 05:35 AM
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Unsolicited Advicemactrail from Washington

Unsolicited Advice

IPA - American | 6.6% ABV

Green Cheek Beer Company
Orange, California

3.15/5  rDev -16.9% | Average: 3.79
look: 3.75 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 2.75

Hazy yellowish brew with adequate foam in the IPA glass. Quite dry. There seems to be virtually no malty sweetness. Aroma is a whiff of grapefruit peel. Hop taste is earthy and astringent. I'm not sure I would call the taste citrus-- it's more of a vegetable or herbal bitterness without much flavor. Mineral aftertaste with a hint of chlorinated tap water.

Mouthfeel is quite fizzy and rather sharp. This is really austere. You get bitterness with barely a trace of malt or aromatics. From the 32 oz crowler can purchased from Blind Lady.

Today at 05:32 AM
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Superstarjakecattleco from California

Superstar

IPA - New England | 7.5% ABV

Great Notion Brewing
Portland, Oregon

4.01/5  rDev -4.8% | Average: 4.21
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4

Can dated 7/20/2020 into a imperial tulip pint.

A: Orange murk juice with 1+ finger of medium-high density white head with good retention and left mixed lacing.

S: Potent tropical nose Mangos and Melon (cantaloupe).

T: Follows nose but less impressive. Finishes with mild bitterness and moderate acidity, which hangs on the palate.

F: Medium bodied with medium-high carbonation, full on the tongue but lots of tingling from acidity, slick on swallow.

O: Way too much carbonation/acidity really detracts from what I bet is a delicious beer.

Today at 05:30 AM
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Bigfoothoptheology from South Dakota

Bigfoot

Barleywine - American | 9.6% ABV

Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
Chico, California

1.56/5  rDev -62.6% | Average: 4.17
look: 3.5 | smell: 1.75 | taste: 1 | feel: 2.25 | overall: 1.5

Re-review 2020. This is a 2017 vintage I'm having tonight, and I figured 3 years would have tapered off the harshness of the hops, and helped this beer mellow out a bit, even as a very hoppy American Barleywine.

Pours a dark oxidized caramel color with an egg foam yellow head of 1/2 finger.

Aroma of hop oils, perfume, alcohol, golden raisin, and caramel.

Flavor is candy vitamins, oxidized hop leaf, raisin, hop oils, and more hop leaf.

Feel is hot and scathing, medium bodied and thinning out on the palate. Heat remains.

Overall, I have never liked this beer, got it as an "extra" in a trade, and figured I'd give it one more shot. It turns out this is still an awful hoppy mess - and I'm a huge hop head now. It's not balanced in any regard, and is on the lowest of the low for barleywine beers. So gross. I can drink the heaviest triple IPAs, but this thing is just a fucking gross mess. It is a total drain pour. It's the biggest head shaker for me on highly regarded commercial craft beer.

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Year : 2016.

It starts off great with a pour of mahogany and burnt caramel. The head is egg foam yellow and towering above the woody body.

On the label it talks about a lot of cone hops, but that's about all I smell when nosing this particular BW. This comes off more as a quadruple iPA in the aroma. Onion, grapefruit, garlic. Hits of caramel.

SN's Barleywine drinks like a hoppy, oily mess. I realize the American Barleywine style is hoppier than the English counterpart, but this is just a cop out. Dump a bunch of hops into the boil and use a touch of caramel malts along with the huge pale malt bill and there you have it. It's total vidalia onion, awful grapefruit, and a garbage-caramel gross sweetness. Awful.

I just can't quit disliking this beer. Feel is slick and oily, all the way down. Not boozy, not alcoholic, just a resiny mess.

Overall a very disconnected, one trick hop-blasted beer that drinks more like a super hop infused malt liquor. It's disgusting. I'll probably never return to this beer since it's turned me off so badly! To style? This beer is a fat ass F. It's an IPA if anything, and barleywine-ignorant-hopheads with scrubbed palates are the only reason this beer gets any credit.

1.69 / 5

Today at 05:25 AM
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Pear BearBartleby91 from Wisconsin

Pear Bear

Wild Ale | 7.5% ABV

3 Floyds Brewing Co.
Munster, Indiana

4.29/5  rDev -1.8% | Average: 4.37
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Been wanting to try this for awhile, so seeing it in 4 packs, I had to pick it up.

A: Pours a hazy golden orange with minimal heat retention.
A: Big sour pear with some acidity. Quite intense.
T: A sour bite up front leads into the tart pear notes. Being a fan of pear this is most enjoyable.
F: Lingers well with a nice dry finish. Doesn't feel like 8% either.
O: This is another really good source from 3F. Can't go wrong with this one!

Today at 05:23 AM
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Lunatic LagerDefenCorps from Oregon

Lunatic Lager

Lager - European / Dortmunder Export | 5% ABV

Moonlight Brewing Company
Santa Rosa, California

4.28/5  rDev +4.1% | Average: 4.11
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.25

Thanks, Chris. Canned 08 July.

A clear golden yellow with a dense off-white head with excellent retention and lacing, this looks great. The nose is soft, doughy, biscuity and creamy with a firm hop bite. There's lemon, earth, dust all present. The palate is spot on for the style. Delicately sweet, mildly doughy with a definite biscuit like Character, with a creamy, mildly butterscotch like sweetness present. The mid palate has a firm hop character, bitter and earthy with a little lemon. Drying, bitter finish, clean and with a little caramel sweetness, this is a pretty excellent Dortmunder. Medium light in body and with creamy carbonation, this beer is excellent.

Today at 05:22 AM
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Black Is Beautifulkemoarps from Washington

Black Is Beautiful

Stout - American Imperial | 9% ABV

Fremont Brewing Company
Seattle, Washington

3.99/5  rDev -0.7% | Average: 4.02
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Aggressive pour gives a column half solidly black, half piles of mid-brown soapy foam.

Rich and dry on the nose. Coffee and burnt malts. Some cocoa and a faintly... fruity/perfume-y type of wisp that disappears as soon as I focus too much on it, constantly playing just out of vision, dappled in the shadows.

Dry bitter bakers chocolate starts with fresh ground coffee. Malts push from deeply roasted into the blackened/charred side of things. Finish is dry ashy bitterness. As it warms, there's a rich ribbon of fudgy chocolate syrup that layers in and twists in and out of things.

My biggest complaint is probably just the thickness of the body, or lack thereof. It's a minor complaint at best, and really more of just a personal preference. Fizzy carbonation with an ashy bitter finish.

Tasty and supports a good cause!

Today at 05:21 AM
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Fresh Squeezed IPAimnodoctorbut from Texas

Fresh Squeezed IPA

IPA - American | 6.4% ABV

Deschutes Brewery
Bend, Oregon

4.37/5  rDev +2.6% | Average: 4.26
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

-beautiful deep amber body and an off-white/cream colored head with high retention that fades to a patchy cap of foam
-hop. extremely juicy, dank citrus hop. deep dark brown sugar burnt caramel malt backer that sweetens the bittersweet hop that fades to the earthy pine bitterness that harkens classic IPAs.

insanely well balanced experience, but heightened. like having the music EQ turned to bass, treble, and mid all the way up.
SOLID

Today at 05:19 AM
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Pallet Riderargock from Virginia

Pallet Rider

IPA - Imperial | 8.2% ABV

Charles Towne Fermentory
Charleston, South Carolina

4.13/5  rDev -3.1% | Average: 4.26
look: 4.25 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

07/14/20 stamped on bottom rim of can. Poured into a Samuel Adams Perfect Pint.

A: Lemonade yellow hazy with 1-finger of white frothy, big-bubbled head with good retention and solid collars of lacing.

S: Aroma is light for the style with pineapple, orange, and lime citrus.

T: Flavor takes it up a notch or two from the aroma with candied orange and candied pineapple with mango and a heavy dose of lime. Malt presence is higher than most for the style, but it works well in provides some graininess in counterpoint to the hops. High fruity esters and alcohol is well-hidden.

M: Very smooth and drinkable with medium body, light carbonation, and a typical soft finish.

O: A very good higher gravity NEIPA With focus on citrus hops and a fuller malt background that I enjoyed.

Today at 05:03 AM
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Brauherren Premium Pils - UnfilteredFBarber from Illinois

Brauherren Premium Pils - Unfiltered

Pilsner - German | 4.9% ABV

Einbecker Brauhaus AG
Einbeck, Germany

4.51/5  rDev +2.5% | Average: 4.4
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 4.5

Pours a cloudy somewhat hazy golden color. Two finger white fuzzy head dissipates leaving a thin layer of foam on top of the beer.

Aroma has notes of soft doughy malts, sweet bread, light spicy grassy hops. Its hard to put in words how delicious this smells, but its excellent.

Taste follows the nose with those soft doughy malts, fresh white bread, a hint of honey sweetness, giving way to a lovely grassy bitterness. There is a touch of spicy bite on the back end.

Feel is medium to fuller bodied for the style. Really smooth, almost pillowy, mouthfeel. Bright, but smooth, carbonation. Semi-dry on the finish.

This is unbelievably delicious. I'm floored at how good this is - I've had plenty of Einbecker's beers and they've been good, but not this good. I need this to be readily available around here.

Today at 05:00 AM
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Hops Partybret27 from California

Hops Party

IPA - Imperial | 8.4% ABV

Weathered Souls Brewing Co.
San Antonio, Texas

4.23/5  rDev 0% | Average: 4.23
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.25

Fresh can from brewery courtesy of frijoless.
L: orange juice. Almost yellow. Creamy head, With soapy lacing.
S: Stonefruit, orange juice.
T: mango, orange juice, grapefruit.
F: juicy and creamy. Small hop burn.
Overall: Looks similar to the other two I’ve had from this brewery. Light orange juice appearance and fresh. This one has almost no hop burn however, which is nice. Also not too sweet. Classified as an imperial ipa but definitely a neipa also.

Today at 04:44 AM
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Double Maple Imperial Morning Stoutbarnzy78 from Illinois

Double Maple Imperial Morning Stout

Stout - Sweet / Milk | 11% ABV

Octopi Brewing
Waunakee, Wisconsin

4/5  rDev -4.1% | Average: 4.17
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

12oz can
date stamped 07/02/20
L: dark brown body; frothy khaki head
S: sweet maple at the forefront; molasses, coffee, sweet lactose
T: very sweet; maple, lactose, coffee, chocolate, faint roasted barley
F: full body, ample carbonation, alcohol is well concealed, sweet start-to-finish
O: I knew this was going to be sweet, and it was. Good flavors going on if you like sweet beers.

Today at 04:21 AM
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French Toastcbutova from Massachusetts

French Toast

Stout - American Imperial | 12% ABV

Hubbard's Cave Brewery
Niles, Illinois

4.38/5  rDev +0.5% | Average: 4.36
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

2019-4 version.

A- Tallboy into a becher with a motor oil black body and a head that appears for about a second before falling to just minimal bubbles that wrap around the edges of the beer. Nothing atop the beer lead to no lacing.

S- The cinnamon is immediately apparent and when combined with the maple, vanilla and heavy sweetness you definitely get the vibes of french toast. The cinnamon is downright spicy but not too heavy. The malts are dark and drop mostly chocolate notes but also bring some roast, plenty of sweetness and some caramel. Sweet cinnamon is the overall conclusion.

T- The aroma was definitely french toasty but the taste is downright on point of the classic dish slathered with maple syrup and cinnamon. The cinnamon is very aggressive but in this case it justifies the heavy cloying sweetness to achieve some balance. Spicy cinnamon leads into woodsy, sweet maple syrup, dark cocoa nibs, vanilla beans and caramel. It is interesting how the adjuncts overshadow the base stout allowing the full french toast mission to be completed.

MF- Massive and heavy body. The beer is slick and oily and sticky on the palate and it brings a moderately high carbonation. Creamy and pretty silky texture.

Doesn't kill you with its looks but it does accomplish french toast in a beer. In the taste the likeness of the classic breakfast is somewhat insane. I have never been one for the super sweet stouts in general but when you aim to make french toast beer and brew this you deserve the recognition. Aggressive cinnamon wonderfully counterbalanced by big sweets, vanilla and great maple flavor.

Today at 04:20 AM
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Pilsnernach0king from Texas

Pilsner

Pilsner - German | 4.2% ABV

903 Brewers
Sherman, Texas

3.22/5  rDev 0% | Average: 3.22
look: 3.25 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.25

One of my favorite beers, especially in summer, is Veltins Pilsener. It's a macro done right - deliciously crisp and grassy, heavily carbonated, and just enough of a sweet breadiness to balance it out. Unfortunately, seemingly every store in my area has simultaneously stopped stocking it. So, the quest for a replacement ensues. And while I could buy a German pils, why not try to support a local-ish brewery during these tough times?

903's "Pilsner" (that's its name) is close, but doesn't quite hit the mark I'm looking for. I won't review it based on its comparison to Veltins:

L: Yep, it's a pilsner. Not too pale, suggesting some flavor; it lacks head, lacing, carbonation streams.
S: Spicier than you'd expect. Some floral notes, but that opening whiff of spice suggests a full-flavored beer to come.
T: Very much on the bready side - a hoppy opening very quickly recedes, and while there's some crispness, the hops aren't nearly as forward as the label promises.
F: Despite the relative lack of visible carbonation, it hits the mark. Proper pils feel.

Overall, it's a fine beer, but I don't think it compares too favorably with the top German pilseners which it's trying to emulate.

I am a fan of 903, who are doing great work here in North Texas - their Mexican-style lager is a real highlight - but this one needs to go back to the drawing board if it's going to be a winner amongst the style. Perfectly fine in isolation; but it doesn't stand up too well in comparison.

Today at 04:13 AM
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Pistachio Cream Alejust1cho from California

Pistachio Cream Ale

Cream Ale | 5.5% ABV

Indeed Brewing Company - Minneapolis
Minneapolis, Minnesota

4.49/5  rDev +8.2% | Average: 4.15
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

*Poured into a Teku glass from a 16oz can*

Poured out a clear light orange color with a thin white head. The head didn't have much retention to it so it subsided pretty quickly.

The aroma presented a very nice nutty pistachio aroma. This was pretty one-note and not very complex, but damn it, I love pistachios so this does a really good job on delivering. I pretty much loved it.

The taste followed the nose, and gave me a very nice pistachio undertone throughout the entirety of this beer. Upfront, the pistachios really shine, but then fade a tad bit towards the end for the bready notes from the malts to appear. The aforementioned bread notes roll around in the back-end and become more pronounced in the after taste. Not very complex, but damn...the pistachios make this really really good.

I thought the feel on this was spectacular as well. The creaminess and overall crispness of this beer make it extremely easy to drink. There was also a lingering pistachio aftertaste to this which made this beer all the more enjoyable to me.

This is by far the best Cream Ale I've had, hands down.

Today at 04:13 AM
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Blåbær LambikSpaten454 from Texas

Blåbær Lambik

Lambic - Fruit | 5% ABV

Brasserie Cantillon
Brussels, Belgium

4.56/5  rDev 0% | Average: 4.56
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 4.75

2019, 375ml. Poured a deep hazy, purple-red color. The nose is fruity and funky. So funky it can start to smell like a bleu cheese. Taste is blueberry, with barn funk and had hay. The blueberry is light but not subdued. It plays well with the signature Cantillon funk. Mouth feel is light and perfectly carbonated. Overall, it was incredible and worth the hype. Cantillon makes plenty of great beers and Blabaer is among the top.

Today at 04:10 AM
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Imperial Stout 1850Ohknows from Nevada

Imperial Stout 1850

Stout - Russian Imperial | 12.4% ABV

Brouwerij Kees
Arnestein, Netherlands

4.09/5  rDev -4% | Average: 4.26
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4

The smell and feel this beer are awesome! The taste? I like it but the feel and smell are a bit higher. Over all, this beer is awesome, really awesome. I like it and I’ll definitely go out if my way to find this beer.

Today at 04:07 AM
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Arcobräu Mooser LieslcheeseheadinMinneapolis from Minnesota

Arcobräu Mooser Liesl

Lager - Helles | 5.3% ABV

Arcobräu Gräfliches Brauhaus
Moos, Germany

4.06/5  rDev +13.7% | Average: 3.57
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

11.2 oz bottle. date code : 20075
Look: very transparent, very light gold body. Decent head that lasts a while leaving some lacing.
Smells good: grain, bread, lemon, floral, slightly sweet
Tastes follows the nose, Smooth, very clean beer. I notice no off flavors. tastes fresh.

A solid easy drink'n beer that doesn't stand out in any way. Worth trying out.

Today at 04:05 AM
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Blueberry Crumblemushroomcloud from Texas

Blueberry Crumble

Stout - American | 8% ABV

Ingenious Brewing Company
Humble, Texas

4.02/5  rDev +4.1% | Average: 3.86
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

16oz can with no best by or canned on date. Opened 8-9-20.
1" tan head, tight knot bubbles and dense foam.
Very good retention, slowly falls and hangs tough at 1/4" cap.
Black stout with dark brown edges. Sheet of sticky lacing.
Blueberries and chocolate. Berries and cream.
Chocolate, subtle cinnamon, and light tart blueberry. Simple but nicely flavored.
Medium body, smooth and creamy mouthfeel. Lower but not low carbonation.
Medium length and just barely semi-sweet finish.
Very easy drinking and all advertised flavors are detectable.
Very Good.

Today at 04:03 AM
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Little General IPALiveoak3000 from China

Little General IPA

IPA - American | 6.2% ABV

Great Leap Brewery
Beijing, China

3.4/5  rDev +7.6% | Average: 3.16
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Look: It's a slightly dark amber with decent head retention and lacing.
Smell: citrus and a bit of earthiness to the hops
Taste: Moderate bitterness for an IPA. Citrus and herbal, earthy hops, but also with a chalky taste. I don't know if the chalky taste is naturally occurring or a result of something added in the brewing process. However, I didn't really mind it.
Feel: medium bodied for an IPA

I would say that this is a legitimate craft-quality IPA. The hops are grown in the Qingdao area of China, according to the information on the beer. The hops are good. In my opinion, It's not as good as West Coast IPAs or the IPAs from BrewDog (a brewery with a big market in China), but it is worth trying, and worth its selling price in China (cheaper than imported craft beer).

Today at 03:57 AM
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American LightBigbody_brewski-drinker from Pennsylvania

American Light

Lager - Light

Pittsburgh Brewing Co.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

4.18/5  rDev +90% | Average: 2.2
look: 2.75 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

I don't know why this beer gets a bad wrap. I think the people who don't like this beer Don't like America. How could you not like a beer called American light? For starters no one cares about the look or smell. What liquors smell good? Who drinks for the smell? As long as your not drinking poop your fine. The taste at first wasn't that great but after the first sip it goes down real smooth. This is probably the best cheap beer in my area it's the same price as Miller high life. It taste like a Miller lite combined with Coors light. Not hoppy at all no head when I poured it. Not too sweet and not to strong. but damn good for 10.49 for a 15 pack. My favorite light beer is Michelob ultra but it's too expensive. The people who gave this a bad wrap probably never shot gunned a cheap beer at a bon fire and yelled merica after spiking it like a football. Not everyone has the money to buy those fancy craft beers. For those who want a cheap decent tasting light beer that doesn't fill you up and makes you feel like a true patriot because it your drinking an American light for Americans this is the beer for you!

Today at 03:57 AM
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MongoJohnniEMc from Pennsylvania

Mongo

IPA - Imperial | 8.5% ABV

Port Brewing
San Marcos, California

4.34/5  rDev +3.8% | Average: 4.18
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.5

Mongo pours out a color to the copper side of amber. There's plenty of rich off-white head as well as some glass lacing. A very nice juicy hop aroma presents itself. It's delicious with hops forward and at the exit. Their contributions are married to a solid malt backing that positively adds to the taste and mouth feel. Mongo runs a little sweet and there are other eight percenters that hide the alcohol a little better. Not flawless, but an excellent DIPA.

Today at 03:54 AM
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Lycanthropyjust1cho from California

Lycanthropy

IPA - Imperial | 8.4% ABV

Anchorage Brewing Company
Anchorage, Alaska

3.7/5  rDev -5.1% | Average: 3.9
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.5

*Poured into a Teku glass from a 16oz can*

Appeared a light pastel yellow, had about a half-finger thick white head and low retention. A lacing was left after the head subsided.

The aroma, as expected was super tropical. The combination of passion fruits and Motueka hops really gave me a nice combination of tropical and citrus fruit aromas. You definitely get some nice passion fruit aromas upfront, as well as notes of mangoes, pineapples, oranges, and cantaloupe. There was also a hint of dank pine in the back-end, but it was easily overshadowed by the fruitiness upfront.

Unfortunately, I thought this smelled much better than it tasted. While the fruitiness from the passion fruit and the tropical characters from the hops really shined through in the aroma, the taste didn't really reflect that. Instead, I got some tartness from the passion fruit upfront which then faded extremely quickly into notes of under ripe passion fruit making the middle and finish a bit dull and watery. No bitter taste in this what-so-ever.

I thought the feel on this was full-bodied and had a moderate amount of carbonation; very smooth to drink. Also, this didn't really have an aftertaste to it and the beer just finishes flat.

I really love passion fruit, so I was really excited to try out this beer. Unfortunately, I found that the flavors were kind of dull and fell flat, leaving me disappointed. However, the aroma on this was phenomenal, but the taste just wasn't there.

Today at 03:54 AM
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Citra Leaf Pilsnersnaotheus from Washington

Citra Leaf Pilsner

Pilsner - German | 5% ABV

Chuckanut Brewery & Kitchen
Bellingham, Washington

4/5  rDev -0.2% | Average: 4.01
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

2020-08-09
500ml bottle served in a SIP Fest 2020 snulip. If there's a date, I don't see it. Bought it yesterday at Elizabeth Station.

Pours a very light yellow color. Smallish head, does not look particularly carbonated. Retains a fairly thin cap. Smell has tiny suggestion of lager yeast, a little honeysuckle, and moderate fruit juice lying on top of the grass.

Taste has lager yeast is there, grass and pine are there, but inhabited by bitterness that I can't quite characterize. Might be pine. Not killer, but powerful. Comes across fairly crisp. Slight leaning toward fruity. Experience is crisp, but couldn't explain why.

Mouthfeel is pretty light. Overall, I like it...tastes and feels light and bright.

Today at 03:51 AM
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Bohemian-Style Pilsnersnaotheus from Washington

Bohemian-Style Pilsner

Pilsner - Bohemian / Czech | 5% ABV

Chuckanut Brewery & Kitchen
Bellingham, Washington

4/5  rDev +3.6% | Average: 3.86
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

2020-08-09
500ml bottle served in a SIP Fest 2020 snulip. Don't see a date on it. Bought it yesterday at Elizabeth Station.

Pours a very light yellow color. Medium to small head, not particularly carbonated. Retains a fairly thin cap. Smell is mild lager yeast, quickly overwhelmed with honeysuckle and a suggestion of grass.

Taste is bitter -- lager yeast is there, grass and pine are there, but dominated by bitterness that I can't quite characterize. Might be pine. Not killer, but powerful. Comes across fairly crisp.

Mouthfeel is pretty light. Might be slightly sticky, but not particularly so. Overall, I like it quite a bit.

Today at 03:47 AM
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Spill - Blueberry, Lemonade Slushyjngrizzaffi from Texas

Spill - Blueberry, Lemonade Slushy

Wild Ale

Urban South Brewery
New Orleans, Louisiana

4.29/5  rDev 0% | Average: 4.29
look: 3.75 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Pours a very cloudy purple color with a thick foamy head. Head retention is mild. Lacing is decent. Has a definite lemonade aroma with some berry mixed in. There is some mild tartness in the aroma. Berry lemonade taste with some blueberry more prevalent in the aftertaste. Very mild tartness in the taste. Medium bodied with moderate carbonation.

Today at 03:46 AM
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Erdinger Weissbier PikantusSteve555 from Wales

Erdinger Weissbier Pikantus

Bock - Weizenbock | 7.3% ABV

Erdinger Weissbräu
Erding, Germany

4.25/5  rDev +9.5% | Average: 3.88
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Tan two finger pillowy head with a pinky tinge. Dark brown body with a pinky tinge also. Smell is of fruits and sugar.
Taste is fruity, wheaty, brown bread, spicy and sweet with a little warming alcohol. Medium carbonation, quite a thick full body. It's a very tasty beer.

Today at 03:42 AM
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Mr. Sandman - Whiskey Barrel-AgedBarettes from Washington

Mr. Sandman - Whiskey Barrel-Aged

Stout - American Imperial | 13.2% ABV

River North Brewery
Denver, Colorado

4.46/5  rDev +0.7% | Average: 4.43
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.5

Rich and chocolatey without being sweet or pastry-like, finishes dry and slightly bitter with dark roast flavors. Some caramel and oak notes. Super smooth. Creamy feel, medium body. Love it.

Today at 03:40 AM
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Birthday Suit (Blackberry Lemon Tart Ale)Scotchboy from Idaho

Birthday Suit (Blackberry Lemon Tart Ale)

Fruit and Field Beer | 5% ABV

Uinta Brewing Company
Salt Lake City, Utah

3.5/5  rDev -6.2% | Average: 3.73
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

12oz can poured into a snifter. Pinkish semi-hazy pour, minimal head fizzles quickly away. Lemon-y nose filled with blackberry tartness, with lactose poking through at times...blackberry/lemon spritzer with notes of blueberries, fruit pie and confectionary sugar. Tart light body, effervescent and clean with a crisp finish.

Today at 03:40 AM
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Confused Therapistcjeep from Pennsylvania

Confused Therapist

IPA - Imperial | 10.4% ABV

Dust Bowl Brewing Company - Downtown Taproom
Turlock, California

4.3/5  rDev +7.8% | Average: 3.99
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

must admit that i'm confused. didn't much care for original therapist but this one is very strong...
L: drinking from the can. it looks just fine.
S: very inviting. sweet citrus.
T: ok, very nice. lives up to the nose. pine and the sweet citrus on the nose. more bitterness than you would think from the nose.
F: smooth and rich. thick, resiny.
O: I like it. massive. worth seeking out.

Today at 03:37 AM
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Common WitLeRose from Massachusetts

Common Wit

Wheat Beer - Witbier | 4.9% ABV

Lake St. George Brewing
Liberty, Maine

4.14/5  rDev 0% | Average: 4.14
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Pours a very pale golden color and cloudy haze. It is actually pretty hazy, to the point of being opaque. Not much of a head and what there was fell fast despite an aggressive pour.

Smell...wow...strong spiciness, coriander and I find some clove notes as well. And bright citrusy orange emerges buoyed by the bready, bright wheat. Nice stuff here, possibly a touch strong. Compared to Allagash White, this is much stronger.

The taste follows the formula for the style, but this is quite a bit more flavorful than others I have consumed. The wheat is the anchor here and everything else complements that baseline flavor. No doubt this a Belgian influenced beer and it shows...eventually. Whereas the spice came on strong in the smell, it is more restrained in the taste. If the spice isn't supposed to be "over the top" in a witbier, this one stops about a micron short of being too intense for the style purists. There is no doubt what you are tasting. Coriander and I still get clove, orange peel, a little sweetness and a little wheat tang as the beer warms up. On the aftertaste, peppery phenolics and a lingering orange that are quite pleasant. Zero bitterness.

Light bodied, moderately carbonated, a bit dry on the finish. What I like is that it isn't watery feeling like some examples of the style.

I dig this one a lot. Much more flavorful than most I have tried and very well-balanced. Springdale's Pearly Wit is smoother, but much less flavorful, and I'd have to say the same for Allagash White.

So...is a flavorful witbier an oxymoron that warrants points off for not adhering strictly to style? Nay, says me. This is a very good beer brewed by a Maine brewing legend. Pushing the envelope? Maybe. Personally, it seems to me that maybe this is what the style should be - balanced and well flavored. Who says a wit can't be a bit bold and that you should be "guessing" at what hints of flavor are present? Kudos and well done, Mr. McGovern...this is an excellent beer.

Today at 03:32 AM
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Carling Black Labelbuddy_harvey from Ohio

Carling Black Label

Lager - Adjunct | 5% ABV

Molson Coors Canada
Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada

5/5  rDev +104.1% | Average: 2.45
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

One of my all time favorite beers,grew up drinking this stuff,smooth and great taste holds a great head...it even tastes great at room temptire and it is cheap! What more could you ask for? If you have never tried it ...you should so and you will like it..just wish I could I find it bottles though.

Today at 03:30 AM
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Kühlernpolachek from New York

Kühler

Wild Ale | 5% ABV

New Glarus Brewing Company
New Glarus, Wisconsin

4.19/5  rDev -1.2% | Average: 4.24
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Pours red - decent balance and good solid beer. Mild tartness with great fruit balance and amazing overall flavor. Definitely worth trying this fine brew.

Today at 03:27 AM
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Strawberry Rhubarbnpolachek from New York

Strawberry Rhubarb

Fruit and Field Beer | 4% ABV

New Glarus Brewing Company
New Glarus, Wisconsin

4.56/5  rDev +4.8% | Average: 4.35
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 4.75

Pours crimson red with a mild white head. This is probably the best sour I've had - it is a perfect blend of sweetness and mild tartness with a taste of beer at the same time. Smell is light, but that doesn't stop this beer from being absolutely terrific!

Today at 03:22 AM
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Swamp Stacksbret27 from California

Swamp Stacks

Stout - American Imperial | 12% ABV

Parish Brewing Company
Broussard, Louisiana

4.5/5  rDev +0.2% | Average: 4.49
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.5

Can courtesy of NolaHopHead.
Roughly 4 months old.
Look: very dark almost black, minimal dark brown head. Minimal carbonation.
Smell: sugary! Little musty, dissipates as it warms. Graham crackers. Chocolate. Vanilla. Coconut.
Taste: chocolate liqueur, s’mores, coconut, tootsie rolls, maple syrup, bread.
Medium-thick mouthfeel. Fairly low booze presence.
Overall: Not a big lover of these over the top pastry stouts, but this is well executed. Enjoyable.

Today at 03:22 AM
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Kristallweissbierbuddy_harvey from Ohio

Kristallweissbier

Wheat Beer - Kristallweizen | 5.4% ABV

Bayerische Staatsbrauerei Weihenstephan
Freising, Germany

5/5  rDev +22.9% | Average: 4.07
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

My abousolute favorite German beer, all Weihenstephaner is great beer...but this is the best by far...great smell, great taste...smooth as silk....the only thing I don't like about it is how hard it is to find here in Ohio ...5 stars all the way!

Today at 03:22 AM
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Earthquake High Gravity Lager ( 10% )buddy_harvey from Ohio

Earthquake High Gravity Lager ( 10% )

Lager - Malt Liquor | 10% ABV

City Brewing Company, LLC
La Crosse, Wisconsin

4.18/5  rDev +74.2% | Average: 2.4
look: 5 | smell: 2 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Well I have definitely had worse ....if you are looking to get [email protected]#$% up this is the drink for...pound a couple of these and you will be slobbering on yourself...definitely not for the faint of heart,but a great way to get tore up from the floor up!

Today at 03:16 AM
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BrabantiaeSabtos from Ohio

Brabantiae

Lambic - Gueuze | 5% ABV

Brasserie Cantillon
Brussels, Belgium

4.53/5  rDev +5.8% | Average: 4.28
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

A perfect amber, starting off chill fogged but calming to translucent, with a moderate but dense white cap that retains well for a short period, slowly settling into a fine bubbly collar.

Smell immediately and throughout two slow pours is champagne. Popping, zesty and brightly sparkling white wine. A closer examination brings toasted graham and hints of caramel malt.

Taste continues that unique-to-Cantillon character, and revisiting the nose, I realize this is the toasty, nutty character of the Port wine barrel. The barrel adds a uniquely mature, bitter element to the fluffy, medium-full body, which comes to a softly, cleanly dry finish that is impressively delicate.

Aside from those barrel notes, which also bring hints of amaretto, the primary experience--which I seemed to have glossed over--is a lightly tart grapefruit-orange gueuzeyness with very low acidity and minimal funk. It's a deilghtful lambic and probably my favorite non-fruited Cantillon thus far.

Today at 03:13 AM
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Day Of The Dead Beer (Cerveza De Los Muertos) Death Becomes YouSteve555 from Wales

Day Of The Dead Beer (Cerveza De Los Muertos) Death Becomes You

Red Ale - American Amber / Red | 5.5% ABV

Cerveceria Mexicana S.A. De C.V.
Tecate, Mexico

3.4/5  rDev +4.6% | Average: 3.25
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Light brown body with 1.5 finger tan head, decent lacing. Aroma is sweet malts, toffee, quite a sweet aroma. Taste is quite thick maltiness and caramel, limited bitterness, bready like as you'd expect from a red ale. Finish is quite sweet and semi lingering. It's quite nice, nothing extraordinary but I find red ales are not anyway.

Today at 03:12 AM
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Blueberry Mochibret27 from California

Blueberry Mochi

Sour - Berliner Weisse | 4.5% ABV

Parish Brewing Company
Broussard, Louisiana

4.23/5  rDev -4.1% | Average: 4.41
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.25

Can courtesy of NolaHopHead.
Deep purple smoothie color with pink head.
Smells like vanilla and blueberries.
Tastes like blueberry smoothie along with sweet vanilla cream.
Full and smoothie thick.
Overall: good for style. Personally would have preferred without the cream/dairy component but it is well done.

Today at 03:10 AM
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Double Broken Heelsmvanaskie13 from Pennsylvania

Double Broken Heels

IPA - New England | 9.2% ABV

New Trail Brewing Company
Williamsport, Pennsylvania

3.97/5  rDev -8.9% | Average: 4.36
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4

Poured into a narrow pint glass: color is gold, thick and opaque, head presents 1 finger thick with off white color and fine sized bubbles, some spotty lacing, solid top of head remains.

Smell is subdued, but notes of citrus rind, blended citrus juice, light malt, maybe some stone fruit/apricot leaning, some candied sugar.

Taste is citrus blend of juice and rind, moderates between tangerine and grapefruit, lighter stone fruit seems more apricot than peach, strong candied sugar and malt sweetness, booziness creeps in with warmth, lighter peppery and herbal notes as well.

Mouthfeel is low carbonation, big full sweetness, moderate booze burn and mild bitterness for the strength.

Overall I prefer this to broken heels as it hides some of the subtler flavors I do not prefer, sweetness is big with this but the aroma seems lacking for such a big brew. Presence works really well as there is some burn from the strength and bitterness to counter the moderate sweetness.

Today at 03:07 AM
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Arctic Devil Barley WineBrewbuzzard from Texas

Arctic Devil Barley Wine

Barleywine - English | 13.2% ABV

Midnight Sun Brewing Co.
Anchorage, Alaska

1.79/5  rDev -59.1% | Average: 4.38
look: 1.25 | smell: 2.75 | taste: 1.5 | feel: 1.5 | overall: 1.5

I shared a bottle with my brewing buddy it was one of three bottles I purchased. It is from 2019. The color was deep brown and very cloudy like sludge and a thin light tan head. The aroma was sugary sweet with a malt background. Very low hops as to be expected for an English barleywine. No fruit. Hot alcohol nose, fusal. The flavor was residual sugars and cloyingly sweet. Very low hop flavor, some malt but the strong sweetness over powered everything. Hot high alcohols. Full body, fat and flabby. Overall impression, what happened at the brewery in 2019? I purchased this beer due to the wonderful reviews of the earlier batches. The 2019 is very under attenuated or the mash temperature got way out of hand. It is under carbonated, fat and very undrinkable. Guys, clarity is important. I poured mine out, my buddy chocked his down so I asked him if he wanted the other two bottles, he said NO. I might try one of the other bottles on the off chance that one bottle had a problem but I doubt it.

Today at 03:07 AM
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26.2 Brewtone77 from Pennsylvania

26.2 Brew

Sour - Gose | 4% ABV

Boston Beer Company (Samuel Adams)
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts

3.58/5  rDev -1.1% | Average: 3.62
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.75

Poured from a brown 12 oz. bottle. Has a copper color with a 1/2 inch head. Smell is of malts, some salt. Taste is the same as the aroma, a bit of pretzels. Feels medium bodied in the mouth and overall is refreshing and not as salty as many in this style.

Today at 03:02 AM