Down below is an alphabetical listing of all the beers I tasted from December 1997 to Oct 2009, all 527 beers. I have tasted the majority of of these beers a bit more than after to make definitely sure of my thoughts on them.
The listings below will can include the identify of the beer, my numerical ranking primarily based upon my personal scale of .one to ten., and a modest of my particular thoughts about each individual beer.
From the very same Munich, Germany, relatives that brings us Paulaner brews. This dark wheat (dunkel weisse) has way much too a whole lot carbonation and a modest sweetness. The flavor is great but ruined by all many severe bubbles. Trace: Never consume this and smoke a cigar merely because the high temperature from the stogie burns the tongue when it's blended with all that fizz. If you cant notify, the carbonation hurts this brew's score a whole lot.
Particularly wet and sleek with a touch of bitterness on the way down.
Rough Rock Rough Gauge Beer
Yeah, this is a brew from the Rough Rock Cafe everyone. This one particular is brewed in Detroit, Michigan. Its a really bitter cheaper lager-style beer. Drinkers of standard American fare can discover this unusual, but the relaxation of us never. Wet.
This Irish lager tastes extraordinary, but it's just a modest much too fizzy for my flavor. Awesome with just about any meal or for just ingesting. Harp Brewery in Dundalk may make this stuff for Guinness.
Quality caramel coloring, and a modest stronger than the majority of American ales. This was Harpoon Brewery's original ale back in 1987. Goes effectively with a pimento cheese sandwich.
Doesn't flavor like your common India Pale Ale (which is what the I.P.A. stands for). Has a stronger flavor than most I.P.A. beers, and also lacks the sour aftertaste of most I.P.A. beers. Tastes a bit more like a durable pale ale. Awesome, mild coloring. Give this one particular a flavor. Comes from the Harpoon Brewery in Boston, Ma., and Windsor, Vt.
Harpoon Munich Choice Darkish Beer
This consume reminds one particular of a weak porter. It has energy, but it's a bit more like one particular of many mass-marketed dark beers than a authentic porter or stout. Has a good burnt flavor that is just not much too formidable for authentic beer tasters. Just the slightest hint of carbonation. Worthy of supplying a consider.
H. C. Berger Chocolate Stout
Many of you with a sweet tooth can halt choosing your hopes up - there is just not serious chocolate in this brew. Very weak for a stout, a bit more like a watery porter with some supplementary maple texture thrown in.
H. C. Berger Doppelbock Beer
An overly-sweet beer that is weighty on the tongue. A really stoutesque brew.
H. C. Berger Dunkel
Has a formidable sweetness. Quite wet. Tastes a whole lot like H.C. Berger Rauchbier, Doppelbock Beer and Kolsch Ale. Beer particulars: A brewmaster is a male brewer of beer, although a brewster is a feminine brewer of beer. Guess you did not know that, did you?
H. C. Berger Indego Pale Ale
This beer arrives from the H.C. Berger Brewing Provider of Fort Collins, Colorado. This is one particular of the stronger and a bit more sour pale ales with a touch of sweetness in the aftertaste. If you like Outdated Environment pale ales, this consume is for you. Very wet and sleek but somewhat unique from the majority of of the a bit more Americanized pale ales.
H. C. Berger Kolsch Ale
A slight sweetness with some beer-like bitterness. Tastes just like 3 or 4 other H.C. Berger beers.
H. C. Berger Rauchbier
Wet with a formidable combination of bitter and sweet. The sour turns sweet the a bit more you consume, to the point of becoming irritating. Not a super impressive brew, but the greatest of quite a lot of H.C. Berger beers that flavor a whole lot alike.
H. C. Berger Red Banshee Ale
1 of the stronger amber ales which is well worth your time. Quite formidable and wet.
H. C. Berger Whistlepin Wheat Ale
From Fort Collins, Colorado. You will find a honey sweetness here and a modest fizz that dominates. Goes down really fairly simple and the sweetness is just not much too formidable.
This beer from Holland is rather weak and a modest fizzy. There is next to nothing exceptional here. For the rate, you can get a a whole lot significantly better beer. This is one particular of the most overrated beers.
An remarkably mediocre dark beer. Only beer snob wannabes and beer snob novices should consume this beer. If you are a amateur, never stress, the tastes get significantly better with other beers. There is a modest maple bitterness to this beer. Which is all.
The Frederick Brewing Co. of Frederick, Maryland, puts this stuff along. This beer is designed utilising seeds from hemp crops. The consume is a sweet brown ale that at 1st feels oily to the lips. Drinkable and doesn't flavor awful, but which is about it.
Heurich's FoggyBottom Ale
Manufactured by The Olde Heurich Brewing Provider of Washington, D.C. Just a tad much too a whole lot fizz, but goes down sleek. A little bit of kick in the aftertaste may make this beer a modest much too a whole lot for novices, but just correctly for mid-amount beer snobs.
Heurich's FoggyBottom Lager
Much too spicy for me, but goes down sleek and is frothy. Comes to us from The Olde Heurich Brewing Provider of Washington, D.C. Rumor is this provider tries to focus in German beers.
Heurich'sSpringFogg bock beer
Rather durable. Fairly like a formidable lager. A modest froth. A modest sweetness. A high-quality beer to go with cigars.
Not awful for nevertheless an extra one particular of many spiced-up winter brews. Much too a whole lot carbonation. Has a fruity flavor blended into a rather durable maple texture. 1 of the significantly better winter brews obtainable.
Highfalls India Pale Ale
This Rochester, New York. beer is from the very same people who brew JW Dundee's Honey Brown Lager. This I.P.A. doesn't have the overpowering sour flavor of the majority of I.P.A.s. But nevertheless, it does have much too a whole lot carbonation. The flavor is a bit sweet, just about like that of a weak Scottish Ale.
Comes from Hamburg, Germany. The color is weak and so is the flavor. Reminds me of a standard American beer like Budweiser. A touch of carbonation. A rather sleek bitter flavor.
Holsten Top quality Bier
Not well worth fooling with. Weak, wet and a modest little bit of a beer flavor. Just keep away.
Remarkably carbonation-cost-free for a mild beer. Very sleek. Nearly much too sleek.
Hops Hammerhead Red
A modest much too a whole lot carbonation, but has the a bit burnt flavor of a good amber ale. Worthy of supplying a consider.
Hops Lumberjack Oatmeal Stout
Quite dark with a burnt maple energy, but overly sleek for a weighty beer. You can see a modest mild by using this stout. Not somewhat durable more than enough to be a authentic stout, in my view, but not weak more than enough to be a lesser beer, even a porter. The burnt sweetness stays on the tongue a extensive time soon after you consume this.
Hops Lightning Daring Gold
A somewhat sleek medium lager that just about tastes like a mild beer. Has a hint of honey sweetness on the way down.
HopsPowder Horn Pilsener
Particularly mild and sleek. A favored bar/brewery beer of mine. Slightly sweet more than enough to relish enormously. Award successful. I 1st attempted this at the Hops restaurant in Wintertime Park, Florida, just outside the house of Orlando. Give it a consider if you discontinue at one particular the Hops dining establishments.
Hoster Amber Lager Beer
A modest much too weak for my tastes, but may make a high-quality ingesting beer. Not weak when compared to most top quality U.S. beers, but weak for the authentic beer snob. Worthy of your time to flavor. A high-quality pub beer or beer for hanging out with friends at house.
Hoster Gold Top notch Beer
A high-quality, sleek, clean lager. Not a single thing extraordinary but well worth tasting. Light more than enough that you could relish this consistently. Came from Hoster Brewing Provider of Columbus, Ohio, but alas the provider has closed up shop the last I heard (while their Internet page is just not 100 % dead nevertheless).
HosterHefe Weizen beer
A non-weighty beer with a formidable fruity odor and flavor on the way down. People who want a specific thing unique than their ordinary top quality beers, but never like formidable beers, should consider this. I've discovered some hefeweizen-style brews to be much too fruity flavored, but this brew avoids that condition. Hefeweizens are a style of wheat beer.
Hoster 90 Shilling Ale
A Scottish-style ale but not overly sweet (while there is a modest malt tartness). I discover Scottish ales much too sweet usually, but this one particular is just not awful. I practically never in reality thought about it well before now, but the bottle for this beer states Scottish ales are sweet (malty) merely because hops would not grow effectively in Scotland.
HosterRev. Purley Ale
A wet, strongly bitter pale ale. Basic pale ale drinkers would do effectively to give this a consider. Thoroughly fulfilling.
Brewed by Sudwerk Privatbrauerei Hubsch of Davis, California. This consume is formidable for a pilsner, with a hardy bitterness. Very wet. Quite high-quality in chili.
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