Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Lobster Lovers Beer: B

I enjoyed this 9.5% ABV Lithuanian Euro lager.  It had that simple Euro lager taste, and I would've guessed it was only a bit heavier than usual, maybe a 7.5% or so, until I got nice and toasted off it that is.  Sorry, I really didn't do a full on tasting 'cause I was busy catching up with my family!

Purchased at the Dekalb Farmer's Market for two bucks!

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Kennebunkport Pumpkin Ale

I lost my pictures of the most recent beers I've tried, but make sure you steer clear of the Kennebunkport Pumpkin Ale.  It tastes like a combination of cider, Hefe-weizen, and Bud Light, and not in a good way (if a good way somehow seemed possible to you from that description).

Trader Joe's Vintage 2010 Ale, on the other hand, was pretty darn tasty!

Wednesday, June 16, 2010


These TJ's beers are very drinkable but not complex. B-, B-

Allagash white: B+

Smuttynose Star Island Single: B

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Zywiec Beer

This Zywiec Porter (Baltic Porter, 9.5% ABV) was pretty dern tasty. A bit strong, but lots o' flavor of course. Large head, fairly thick, took a while to recede, thick lacing. Butty, coffeeish (or maybe more like coffee liqueurish), soy sauce, molasses. I'd say B+ for my taste.

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Yasmin's Graduation and Matt's Birthday

Well, I have started a new blog that I have decided will be the focus of my blogging efforts from now on, so this will devolve all the way into a list with pictures I keep for myself.

At 310 Park South for Yasmin's graduation I had a Paulaner Hefe Weizen that they had on tap since I'd loved it so much from a bottle. Well, it wasn't really any better on tap for some reason.

After dinner we went to Eola Wine Company for Matt's Birthday.

Southampton Imperial Porter on Tap (American Porter, 7.2% ABV): weak nose, pretty thick, somewhat acidic, really thick lacing, most flavor happens at the back of the throat, B, picture didn't turn out well

Okay, I started getting pretty lazy and then too tipsy/drunk to give opinions, but I had:

La Fin Du Monde (Tripel, 9.0% ABV)

Samuel Smith's Nut Brown Ale (English Brown Ale, 5.0% ABV), 2nd time having it, mm...

Darn, don't remember the rest.