Beer Reviews

Rolling Rock Extra Pale Beer Review

Rolling Rock Extra Pale Appearance Lives up to its name as it is definitely quite pale. Yellow/white gold hue, crystal clear body with plenty of carbonation visible. Pours to a small, bright white, soapy head which fizzles away and leaves little to no lacing. Rolling Rock Extra Pale Smell Generic, uninspired, corny macro lager. Green …

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8 of The Best Italian Beers

Given Italy’s rich wine culture, it’s not shocking that winemaking has influenced local beer producers. Italian brewers have access to wine grapes and grape must as well as the yeast living on local grapes’ skins. Using barrels that previously held wine as it aged, Italian brewers can experiment with wild yeast and other critters that …

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Magic Hat #9 Beer Review

This is a unique take on the traditional American pale ale style that has a fruity, almost citrusy flavor without overwhelming the true beer taste. #9: Pour, Color & Aroma Straight from the bottle, #9 pours very smoothly and forms a surprisingly large, bright white head. What’s odd is how quickly this foam disappears. Blink …

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Landshark Beer Review

Landshark beer is the housebrew for Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville and Cheeseburger in Paradise restaurant chains. Don’t be fooled by the “Margaritaville Brewing Co.” indica on the bottle, this beer is brewed by Anheuser-Busch. Does it taste like an AB-InBev product? What do YOU think!? Landshark Beer: Appearance Typical adjunct lager straw yellow with much carbonation …

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Fat Tire Amber Ale Review

New Belgium Brewing‘s Fat Tire Amber Ale is a brew recommended by a close friend, who often praised it’s tastiness. And he understated its excellence, if you ask me. According to the Web site: Named in honor of our founder Jeff’s bike trip through Belgium, Fat Tire Amber Ale marks a turning point in the …

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