Light Lager - St. Louis, Missouri - 4.2% ABV
Color - is a very straw- yellow. The scent is about the same. The head is a snow white cap. The carbonation is dominant. There's not much of a smell except for a bit of the hops. Taste is some adjunct and a hint of hoppy bitterness. The mouth feel is very light.
Pale Lager - Amsterdam, Netherlands - 3.5% ABV
Color - Clear yellow color with a small size fizzy white colored head. There is an average amount of carbonation and there isn't much lacing. It has a scent of bread, apples, corn syrup. The taste is light, with lightly-roasted malt, a touch of hop bitterness, and sweetness. The mouth feel is watery and thin, and it finishes crisp, clean, mostly dry, and easy drinking.
Pale Lager - Zoeterwoude, Netherlands - 5.0% ABV
Color - a pale, translucent yellow color with about a half an inch of tight white head. The adoption of the bottom-fermenting brewing process, and the use of the best raw materials, gives Heineken a distinctive European taste. The smell is crisp, grassy, and skunky even from a can. It has a good balance of malt and light floral hop flavor. There is a mild bitterness left on the tongue. It has lots of grassy notes. Overall it is crisp, clean and very drinkable.
Pale Lager - Mexico - 4.6% ABV
Color - pale gold clear body with a thin head. Smell is of wheat, grains and lemon notes. It is mostly pale malts and corn but a little watery with a thin flavor up front rapidly fading away. It has a slight tang or bitter at the finish that develops into an unpleasant aftertaste that lingers on the tongue. It has a light body and high carbonation. Taste is thin and muted, with hints of straw and up front, and malty corn toward the finish.
English Brown Ale - Tadcaster, United Kingdom - 4.7% ABV
Color- A brilliant, coppery brown, clear, decent carbonation, lots of fluffy off-yellow head, good retention and lace. Moderate Brown Ale characteristics...nutty notes, clear clean malt, toasted grain, hint of honey...bready, hint of a fruity yeast note and oak. The taste is bready, brown malt, a touch of a metallic note, a bit of oak, low bitterness, really no hop presence. Clear clean light mouth feel, with a bit of dryness.
American Double / Imperial IPA - Adamstown, Pennsylvania - 10.0% ABV
Stoudt's Double IPA is a strong, full-bodied ale with an intense hop character and deep golden color. This unusual brew is characteristic of the newly recognized style of extremely hoppy and malty ales of American origin. The Double IPA is our strongest beer. Multiple kettle hop additions and generous dry hopping contribute to the powerful yet smooth and fragrant hop character of this beer.
American Pale Ale - Tampa, Florida - 7.5% ABV
Color- It has a Copper hue with notes of citrus and tropical fruit in the aroma. It poured a slightly hazy golden copper hue with a nice one finger head. Flavor has upfront citrus bitterness with a hint of caramel and tropical fruit hop notes in the finish. It has very nice aromas of citrus here, slightly dank, with lots of bright orange, sharp tangerine, and light grapefruit. Good bitter hops with nice citrus peel and slightly malty but only as a sweetness.
American Black Ale - Portland, Oregon - 6.5% ABV
Color - Black/brown color with a large size frothy beige colored head. Smells of malts, chocolate/coffee, grapefruit, hops. There is an average amount of carbonation and you can taste malts mixed with coffee/chocolate and hops. There is also a bit of a grapefruit flavor and a touch of smoke. It ends with a chocolate/hop aftertaste with some lingering bitterness.
Extra Special Bitter - Cheswick, London - 5.9% ABV
Color- It has a lovely medium amber and mahogany color with a loose head; Fuller’s ESB lays claim to be the original Extra Special Bitter and its popularity across the world has made this one of Britain’s best known ales. Taking in the nose, the beer is bursting with cherry and orange, balanced by soft malty toffee and caramel notes. There are plenty of fruit flavors there as well, with a touch of pear, lemon and some nice orange zest on the finish.
Belgian Tripel - Chimay, Belgium - 8.0% ABV
Color is a typical golden hazy appearance and its fine head is especially characterized by its aroma which results from an agreeable combination of fresh hops and yeast. The beer’s flavor, as sensed in the mouth, comes from the smell of hops: above all it is the fruity notes of Muscat and raisins that give this beer a particularly attractive aroma. The aroma complements the touch of bitterness. This top fermented Trappist beer is refermented in the bottle, and is not pasteurized.
Belgian Dubbel - Purnode, Belgium - 7.5% ABV
Color - Dark, robust abbey ale brewed by master craftsmen in the classic Belgian "Dubbel" style. It is rich and malty, with notes of port, raisins and black chocolate on the palate. It has a yeasty, fruity and slightly smoky bouquet. Bottle-conditioned, it will mature in the bottle, becoming softer and smoother.
Raspberry Lambic - Vlezenbeek, Belgium - 2.5% ABV
This fruit beer has a Rose color. Long before hops were common in most beers, various fruits and vegetables were used to season beers. The acidity of Lambic beers blends perfectly with raspberries. It has a magnificent aroma, delicate palate of raspberries with undertones of fruity acidity; elegant, sparkling clean natural taste.
Apple Fruit Beer - Quebec, Canada - 5.5% ABV
Color - Straw yellow with hues of jade - a fresh apple aroma with reminiscent notes of "Granny Smith" and "McIntosh". Subtle flavor of green apple is complemented by delicate notes of fruit and spice topped by a rich white head. It is excellent as an aperitif and very refreshing. It is brewed from 100% first quality natural ingredients with a blend of spring barley, wheat, apple wort, spices and natural aromas.
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