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Beer Review: Birra Moretti’s La Rossa Doppelbock

November 17, 2010

Birra Moretti La RossaI had seen Birra Moretti in stores before, but I honestly couldn’t remember if I had ever tried their beer before. Fortunately the good folks there arranged for me to try some, and I chose La Rossa, their doppelbock.  I definitely enjoyed it!  Here is what they have to say about the beer:

Birra Moretti La Rossa is a double malt beer produced using 100% high quality barley malt. This gives it a full, caramelised malt flavour and an intense aroma of roasted malt.  Its distinctive amber colour originates from the type of malt used when brewing, a special malt which is dried and roasted. More: Beer Review: Birra Moretti’s La Rossa Doppelbock

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Beer Review: Great Northern Brewing’s Minott’s Black Star Lager

November 11, 2010

Editorial note: the scoring has been modified for this beer.  After recently trying this beer again, I was struck by how different I perceived it as compared to last time.  I still think it’s better than Bud, Miller, etc.

Today’s beer review comes to you courtesy of the Great Northern Brewing Company.  One of their brand ambassadors for Black Star Lager contacted me and wanted to send me a press kit and samples to review.  Well, I recently finally got around to trying this golden lager, and thought more highly of it than I expected to, because I generally find lagers to be boring and lack disctinctive flavors.  They often just taste like beer to me, instead of displaying interesting distinct flavors.  This one turned out to be just the opposite.  Anyway, here it goes… More: Beer Review: Great Northern Brewing’s Minott’s Black Star Lager

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Beer review: Schneider-Weisse’s Aventinus

October 22, 2010

Today’s beer review, Schneider-Weisse‘s Aventinus, is another brought to you by Alekseys Imports.  I believe I had this beer once before but never reviewed it, so I was anxious to give it another go.  I enjoyed this one my first night at the beach during my recent visit to Panama City Beach and Splash Resort Condominiums, where we usually stay when we visit PCB.

The Pour
The pour resulted in a quite active, not overly dense beige head.  Two fingers thick, the head rested atop a hazy, quite active light cola colored ale.

More: Beer review: Schneider-Weisse’s Aventinus

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Beer Review: Schneider-Weisse Brewery and Brooklyn Brewery: Hopfen Weisse

October 9, 2010

Schneider Weisse BreweryToday’s beer review is another one courtesy of Aleksey’s Imports: Schneider-Weisse and Brooklyn Brewery‘s Hopfenweisse. I had this beer in Panama City Beach a couple of years ago (bought it at my favorite PCB beer destination, Chan’s Wine World) but lost the tasting notes and never got a chance to review it.  I’m now glad I did, because I feel like I can appreciate this beer so much more now, although I did think it was mighty tasty when I last tried it.

The Pour
This beer showed off a dense one-finger-thick, very light beige head, resting atop an orange medium amber brew.  It was so hazy it was almost completely opaque.  I just know I’ll be finding some tasty sediment at the bottom of the bottle!

The Nose
This has a good wheaty nose, but with floral (and very slightly grassy) and citrusy hop notes.  There’s a faint spiciness to it as well, but overall, this is a really good nose.

The Taste
This is an extremely smooth hefeweizen with a very good hop flavor, but without excessive hop bitterness.  The bitterness of the hops really only comes out on the finish, but it’s still subtle.  The beer has hints of apricot and banana and is actually sweeter than you expect, but the hops make themselves known, showing off subtly floral and citrus flavors.  I was picking up lemon and tangerine there.  There also seems to be a slightly musty woodiness to it.  The hops and the higher ABV really bloom on the finish.  This beer is medium bodied and with a silky mouthfeel, and I enjoyed how the apricot and banana really seemed to linger on the finish.  The alcohol definitely catches up to you though.

Scoring Breakdown

Appearance: I like the orangey-amber color and the haziness promises good things to come.
8 points out of 10.

Nose: The nose definitely tells of things to come, and smells wonderful.
13 points out of 15.

Taste: The mouthfeel and flavors all work together very nicely here.  The flavor also has a very good complexity and depth to enjoy.
50 points out of 55.

Style: A great example of a hefeweizen.  The hops just add an extra dimension and character to this ale.
20 points out of 20.

Total rating: 91 points

In a nutshell:  This is an exceptionally tasty and unique hefeweizen from two great breweries.

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Beer review: Brauerei Hofstetten’s Granitbock

October 5, 2010

Granitbock Today’s beer review, Brauerei Hofstetten’s Granitbock, comes to you courtesy of Aleksey’s Imports. This is the first of the beers I am reviewing at their request.  I actually sampled this at the Oktoberfest tasting at W.O. Smith Music School this past weekend, but I had wanted to take full tasting notes for this beer and review it using my new rating system.  So here it goes…

The Pour
I poured this into the Reidel glass that Jason at Grand Cru was kind enough to purchase for me, because it concentrates aromas a little better than a regular pint glass.  It poured to a two-finger-thick, light caramel colored head.  The head is somewhat loose and pillowy and leaves decent lacing on the glass.  The beer itself is a dark cola brown color with very slight ruby undertones. 

The Nose
You definitely get plenty of granite from the nose, as well as brown sugar, mocha and caramel, with a slightly smoky edge.

The Taste
The taste at first is not as sweet as the nose, though this changes somewhat as the beer warms.  On the palate you get smoke and mineral notes punctuated by the sweetness of mocha, caramel and brown sugar.  There seemed to be a very very slight metallic twinge at first, though that doesn’t stand up to all the other flavors.  This medium-bodied beer has a mouthfeel that alternates between carbonated and crisp and smooth and slightly syrupy.  On the finish, this beer shows a bit of the slightly higher ABV and smokey coffee flavors linger for some time.  There is also a very slightly astringent quality to the finish as well.

Scoring Breakdown

Appearance:  Decent lacing, color and head are as you’d expect.
8 points out of 10

Nose:  Good depth of aromas, nose helps accentuate flavors on palate.
12 points out of 15

Taste:  A lot of flavors merge here.  You can taste the granite it as brewed in, as well as some pretty good flavors mingling throughout, with good depth.
46 points out of 55

Style:  This is pretty much consistent with the dopplebock style.
18 points out of 20

Total rating84 points

In a nutshell: This is an interesting beer, and a tasty one too.  Watch out for the higher ABV though…it sneaks up on you

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Beer Review: Trumer Pils

August 27, 2010

Trumer PilsI was lucky enough to score a six pack of Trumer Pils lately, thanks to Debbie Rizzo of DrinkPR!

According to Wikipedia:

Trumer Pils is an Austrian pilsner previously sold almost exclusively in the Austrian federal state of Salzburg. It is characterized by hoppy bitterness, high carbonation, and a light body.

In 2004, Trumer Brauerei opened a brewery in Berkeley, California, to reproduce for the American market the Trumer Pils it has brewed for 400 years in Austria.

The Pour
This pours to a pale straw color.  A one finger thick bubbly white head floats atop this very effervescent brew.  A very vigorous pour resulted in an almost three finger thick head.  It sure made for one beautiful beer in the pilsner glass.

The Nose
The nose contains some citrus and a slight sweetness, with a toastiness also making an appearance.

The Taste
This light bodied beer is very effervescent on the palate.  Crisp and light, this beer shows lightly grassy hoppy flavors after an initial faint sweetness.  The bitter hop flavor becomes more noticeable on the finish.  This beer almost has a slight crispy cracker flavor and character to it as well.

Overall
A pilsner is essentially a pale lager, and I am not much of a lager fan.  But there is something I like about this beer regardless.  Whatever my personal opinion about lagers and pilsners, this pilsner is a good example of the style, and has a good hop flavor.  This beer really reminds me of beers I’ve had on trips to Europe.

Recommended
If you’re a pilsner or lager fan, this is a good one to enjoy, with a good hop profile.

Price: Unknown, review samples

ABV: 4.9%

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Beer Review: Sweetwater Motor Boat Ale

August 24, 2010
Sweetwater Motor Boat

Yet another photo from The Full Pint

I first noticed Sweetwater Brewery because of the rainbow trout on the bottle. (I’m a sucker for trout….brook trout mostly, but I think rainbow trout are beautiful as well). I tried their 420 Extra Pale Ale first, and I found it to be a tasty but subtle brew. That was back in 2007 and I haven’t picked up any Sweetwater since then, for some reason.  I recently found myself at Publix looking for beer, so I went with the subject of today’s beer review, Sweetwater’s Motor Boat Ale.  As the bottle puts it, this is their “titillating version of an ESBBBBBBBBB!

The Pour
This unfiltered ESB pours to a sediment-rich orange/coppery color.  My first bottle I overpoured, resulting in a very large 2 1/2 finger thick head that crested the mouth of the glass like a nice, light tan pillowy dome.  When you take a look at the beer in the glass you can see the yeasty sediment slowly sinking through the beer.  It’s funny, I noticed that when you raise the glass to your lips, the action of raising and then lowering the glass swirls the beer around, and the sediment swirling around the glass resembles some sort of awesome snow globe made up of yeast and golden nectar!  There is a decent amount of lacing left on the glass as you drink the beer.

The Nose
This has a nicely hoppy nose that features citrus mixed with floral scents.  There’s also a slightly powdery hint to the nose.  It smells interesting!

The Taste
The taste of this beer nicely matches the nose.  The hop in the taste, however, is more floral than citrusy, with a powdery dryness as well.  The hop doesn’t linger on the finish as long as I expected it to, which makes it finish pretty clean.  There’s a good malt backbone as well, giving it a well rounded body and a slight sweetness.  The beer tastes of yeast and a slight dustiness as well.  All of the beer’s flavors really take turns in the spotlight.

Overall
This light-medium brew has more character and depth of flavor than I expected it to.  I thought I’d come out of this review thinking this beer wasn’t half bad, but I found it quite enjoyable.

Recommended
Definitely.  This beer has good, simple flavors that intermingle well.  No one flavor really overpowers or hogs the spotlight.  They all well up on the palate on their own but also act as a well organized team.

Price: $8.69/6 12 oz bottles

ABV: 5.6%

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Beer Review: Caldera IPA

August 21, 2010

Caldera IPA

Today’s beer review, Caldera IPA,  is another review brought to you courtesy of my buddy Elmer.  He recommended this beer to me, and I recently (finally) took his sage advice and tried what turned out to be a surprisingly tasty IPA. (Photo “borrowed” from http://www.thefullpint.com, so please visit their site!)

About the brewery
(Direct from Caldera Brewing Company’s Website) Caldera Brewing Company, located in Ashland, Oregon, was established in 1997.  Caldera is dedicated and determined to produce uncompromised quality craft beers.  Balancing premium malted barley, fresh whole flower hops, and natural carbonation, each beer is brewed for optimum sensory pleasures. Caldera is the first craft brewery in Oregon to brew and can its own beer.

About the beer
This beer is made with Simcoe, Centennial and Amarillo hops.  According to Caldera, this beer is an American-style India Pale Ale brewed with plenty of body and an assertive hop profile.

The Pour
This slightly hazy, coppery orange colored beer pours slightly hazy and with a 2 and a half finger thick, somewhat pillowy head.  The head quickly settles into a 1 finger thick, denser head that leaves great lacing clinging to the glass for dear life.

The Nose
Oh heavenly hops!  The nose simply overflows with good clean floral hops and juicy grapefruit.  This smells like it will be a great IPA.  My mouth waters just inhaling it’s heavenly hoppy bounty!

The Taste
Smooth and extremely clean, the flavor of this beer is mildly citrusy/fruity upfront with a floral, slightly bitter hop flavor on the finish.  The hops really come in on the finish, make you forget about the beer’s fruity aspects, and make you want another taste, just to experience the fruitiness again.  There is a slightly thick, clinging mouthfeel to this light-medium bodied brew.

Overall
I love love love a good, complex beer, with endless depth of flavor and great character.  This is not one of those beers.  But I also appreciate a simple, very well crafted and flavorful beer, and this definitely fits the bill.  This is an excellent example if what an IPA can be.  Juicy grapefruit and floral hops can’t be done any better than they are here.

Recommended
Absolutely. I can recommend this without a doubt.   If you like a good IPA, you’ll definitely enjoy this one.  A template for what a great IPA could taste like.

Price: $2.29/12 oz. can

ABV: 6.1%

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Beer Review: Yazoo Brewing Company’s Summer Ale

August 9, 2010

Yazoo Summer Ale (artwork by nashvillemafia.com)Today’s beer review, Yazoo Brewing‘s Summer Ale, comes with an added bonus:  20% of the proceeds from the sale of this beer are donated to the Community Fund to help rebuild Nashville after our May floods.   (The artwork on the bottle, by the way, was donated by a Nashville graphic designer, Derrick Castle.)

I first learned Yazoo’s Summer Ale was coming back in April, when I guest blogged a post about local springtime beers for OnNashville.com.  According to Yazoo, this was going to be an organic Eng­lish mild made with just one par­tic­u­lar hop and one par­tic­u­lar malt.  I have since found out that the beer is made using “pilsner malt and lots of Saaz hops.”

The Pour
This pours a completely clear golden straw color, with a one finger thick, decently pillowy off-white head.  It doesn’t seem to be an overly effervescent beer.

The Nose
The nose develops greater personality after the first couple of short sniffs.  At first, it smells mildly hoppy and fruity, and quite clean.  As the nose develops, though, a deeper fruit profile develops.  I definitely picked up peaches in the nose, along with some other varieties of fruits…possibly hints of cherry and citrus?

The Taste
This starts dry and fruity and finishes dry and fruity.  There is definitely a unique hoppiness to it, distinctive from other hoppy profiles I’ve experienced before.  It’s not an obviously fruity or floral hop flavor to me, but more a spicy, bitter hop.  It’s not a mouth puckering hoppiness but a distinctive hoppiness., that starts small at the front of the palate and quickly grows and spreads at the back of the throat.  It almost has a powdery character to it as well.  This beer is light-bodied and has flavors that linger well after the beer is gone.

Overall
I like the fruitiness the beer has…it’s a deep fruitiness that really keeps you drinking and smelling as you try to deconstruct the flavors.  This is my first experience with a Saaz hops that I am aware of (and probably safe to say it’s my first all Sazz hops beer) and I can’t say I’m a big fan.  When I read about Saaz hops I see it described as earthy and spicy.  I get the spicy, but not at all the earthy.

Recommended
You’d be hard pressed to find a bad Yazoo beer, so I definitely recommend them, but if asked to recommend specific Yazoo beers, this would probably be last on my list.  But 20% goes to a good cause….so at least give it a shot.  You may like it more than I do, plus you’ll be drinking for a good cause.

Price: $1.99/12 oz. bottle

ABV: ???

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Beer Review: Lazy Magnolia’s Southern Pecan Nut Brown Ale

August 8, 2010

Lazy Magnolia's Southern PecanTonight I went to Kroger with no idea what sort of beer I would try, because Kroger doesn’t always have the best selection.  (I was in a hurry though, and was going to have to be happy with what they had).  This particular Kroger had more than I expected (this one even had Brooklyn Brewery’s Lager) and I ended up picking up Lazy Magnolia’s Southern Pecan, an English-style brown ale brewed with whole pecans.

About the brewery

Founded in September of 2003, Lazy Magnolia is Mississippi’s first brewery offering locally brewed beer to Mississippians and visitors to our state at all of their favorite restaurants. Located in the Bootleg capital of Mississippi, we break with tradition by offering legal brew to our customers!

Lazy Magnolia is dedicated to providing the best possible products through our tireless efforts, our superior motivation, and our Southern heritage. We offer our customers a line of refreshing beverages, made in true Southern Style, complementing the traditions of the South and remaining true to Southern tastes.

About the beer (according to the brewery)
Southern Pecan, the Original Pecan Nut Brown Ale, is the first beer in the world made with whole, roasted pecans.  Using a careful balance of the finest malts, aromatic hops and roasted pecans, Southern Pecan is delightfully smooth and warm, with a nutty sweetness that accentuates a delightful depth of flavor.

The Pour
This beer pours to a deep amber/amber brown color with a definite coppery appearance.  The head that develops on this beer is about two fingers thick and a beautiful tan color.  The head dissipates fairly quickly and the beer itself seems quite clear.

The Nose
The nose is far milder than I expected with this beer.  I expected a nasal assault of pecan, but was greeted instead by subtly sweet nutty notes and buttery hints, layered atop a malty foundation.

The Taste
This beer had a heavier body than I expected.  For some reason I expected it to be a pretty light bodied brew.  The beer is also smoother, sweeter and tastier than I expected.  It has a slightly oily and syrupy, buttery mouthfeel, but it is not at all overdone.  The overall effect of the mouthfeel is a pleasant one.  The flavors of this beer are mostly as subtle as they appear in the nose.  Slightly sweet pecan nuttiness and some buttery notes make themselves known, and as the beer warms, a bite of real pecan flavor develops on the finish. The buttery mouthfeel and nutty flavor linger long after the finish.

Overall
In a nutshell (sorry, I couldn’t resist!), this is a very unique and tasty beer.  I wouldn’t say this is a session beer, despite its 4.5% ABV, because the mouthfeel and flavor are so buttery and unique.  This is definitely a beer to appreciate, though.

Recommended
Definitely…this is very unique and quite tasty.  With its buttery and nutty notes, this is like the chardonnay of the beer world. I wouldn’t say this is a beer to have all the time though…more an occasional treat.

Price: $8.99/6-pack

ABV: 4.5%

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Beer Review: Kona Brewing Company’s Wailua Wheat

June 24, 2010

Beer Review: Kona Brewing Company's Wailua Wheat I had never tried any of Kona Brewing Company’s beers before, but when they contacted me to see if I would review their Wailua Wheat (made with passion fruit!), I of course said yes.  I wasn’t sure what I thought about passion fruit, but I do appreciate a good wheat beer, so I was eager to give this a try. 

I had forgotten they were even sending me the samples when, lo and behold, a package appears on my doorstep bearing not two, but four reviewing bottles.  I usually get two bottles, and that is perfect for my reviews.  I always modify my tasting notes after the second bottle, as I finally pinpoint certain flavor notes or aromas, or just come up with a better way to describe the play of malt and hops on the palate, for example.  Four tasting bottles meant I could share this bounty with my fellow beer lover, Elmer.

Here is some of what Kona Brewing Company had to say in the accompanying press release:

Feel that ocean breeze, temperatures around you starting to climb and a new pep in your step?  That’s Hawaii calling you, and if you’re not soon boarding a flight bound for the Big Island, you can transport yourself in spirit with a bottle of Wailua Wheat, Kona Brewing Company’s spring/summer beer brewed with tropical passion fruit from Hawaii.

They go on to say that this beer will be available through August 2010, and that its bright citrusy notes will complement summer’s grilled fish and shrimp, roasted chicken, salads and Asian foods and even vanilla ice cream.

Here is what I thought…

The Pour
 A two finger thick, fluffy white head rests momentarily atop the lightly golden straw brew, and dissipates somewhat quickly.  A small amount of lacing decorates the glass as the head dissipates and as the beer is enjoyed.

The Nose
The nose on this beer is clear and unmistakable.  Quite simple, but pleasant.  The wheat and passion fruit are present in spades, but hints of orange also make subtle appearances.

The Taste
I must be honest with you, fair readers.  I was quite underwhelmed with my first impression of this beer.  I found it overly light and thin and not anywhere near wheaty enough for my tastes.  By the time I finished the first bottle, though, I was beginning to appreciate this beer much more.  It is mildly wheaty, but quite strong on passion fruit.  Orange flavors are there as well.  In essence, the taste very closely mirrors the nose.  It is indeed quite thin and light, but it has a refreshing nature and clean mouthfeel that fit the spring and summer seasons very well.  There is a very very slight hop bitterness on the finish as well.  Without the passion fruit, there would not be much in the way of flavor in this beer, but the passion fruit flavor is done very well.  It is there, and you know it’s passion fruit, but it doesn’t taste overpowering or artificial. 

Overall
This turned out to be a refreshing, clean beer that gives you unique flavor without weighing you down.  I prefer fuller bodied beers with more complexity, but if you like your beers lighter and more refreshing, this is a good choice for an occasional change.  The fact that it is only available seasonally means you can enjoy it year after year without burning out on it.  I would say this would definitely pair well with grilled seafood or chicken.

Recommended
This would have been a very refreshing beer to drink while grilling or with which to follow up a Saturday spent landscaping the yard.  This would also be a great beach beer or Jimmy Buffett concert beer, as the passion fruit would add to the tropical atmosphere of either locale.  If you like lighter beers (at least lighter as far as body and hue), give this a shot.

Price: Unknown (reviewing sample)

ABV: 5.4%

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Beer Review: Buckbean Brewing Company’s Roler Bock (maibock)

June 17, 2010

Perhaps a month or two ago, I heard that Buckbean Brewing Company was coming out with a maibock.  They are quickly becoming one of those breweries from whom I can expect very tasty beer, every time they can something new, so naturally I asked for a reviewing sample, and they were happy to oblige. 

More: Beer Review: Buckbean Brewing Company’s Roler Bock (maibock)

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Beer Review: Kasteel Rouge Belgian Ale (with cherries and cherry juice)

May 8, 2010

To be honest with you, I don’t have much experience with Belgian ales. Before I tried Biere du Boucanier, I hadn’t really had a beer with a sourness like that, but once I did, I wanted more.  I bought this with that sourness in mind and, while I wasn’t thrilled with this beer, I got what I was looking for.

More: Beer Review: Kasteel Rouge Belgian Ale (with cherries and cherry juice)

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Nashville beers suitable for Spring

April 28, 2010

[Originally posted at OnNashville.com]

Although it is swiftly draw­ing to a close, we are still in the midst of Awe­some April in Nashville. I can think of no bet­ter way to cel­e­brate than to sam­ple some of the great beers our city has to offer. With that in mind, I decided an explo­ration of Nashville beer was in order, specif­i­cally to sam­ple some brews that are just per­fect for Spring. I was try­ing to hit as many brew­eries as I could in a very short span of time, so my apolo­gies to Big River Grill Nashville, Bat­tle­ground Brew­ery & Restau­rant in Franklin and Cool Springs Brew­ery. I just didn’t man­age to make it your way. Per­haps next time? More: Nashville beers suitable for Spring

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Beer Review: Port Royal Gold Grand Reserve

April 17, 2010

Port Royal Gold  Grand ReserveThis is not a beer I had ever heard of, until my father-in-law, Charlie Brewer, Jr., brought some back from Honduras.  He’s a member of The Rotary Club of Lawrenceburg and they head down to Honduras every so often to help out.  My father-in-law is an electrical engineer by trade, so he usually goes down there and helps wire the houses for electricity. More: Beer Review: Port Royal Gold Grand Reserve

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