This India Pale Ale will probably disappoint most hardcore hop-heads, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. Beers that wallop you with a ton of hops don’t really appeal to me.
Author: By J.T. Wampler
REVIEW: 8-Bit Pale Ale
Tallgrass Brewing makes several good beers and this is one of their best. It’s light on the tongue with great flavor and a crisp finish with just the right amount of bite to be super refreshing and keep you coming back for more.
REVIEW: Guinness Black Lager
Overall, this is a weak black lager with nothing to make it rise above average. You could, however, serve it to people who think all black beer is heavy and thick to ease them towards the dark side.
REVIEW: Moose Drool Brown Ale
There is an earthy aftertaste like slightly burnt bread with nuts, but it’s not unpleasant and each sip is better than the last.
The Pyramid Hefeweizen aroma is a little like Juicy Fruit gum with a hint of grassiness. There is hardly any aroma of banana or cloves as this style of beer calls for.
REVIEW: Bud Light Platinum
Overall it’s a bland, light offering without character or artistry. It seems to me if you wanted to step up from Bud Light, regular Bud would be a better choice. This is just Bud Light with more alcohol.
REVIEW: Bully! Porter
Overall, this is a wonderful porter with its own identity and style. It stays true to its base style while making its own statement. As a year-round offering, Bully! Porter is definitely worth checking out.
REVIEW: Acme California Pale Ale
This is one of the better pale ales I’ve ever tried. Of course I’ve yet to have a beer from North Coast Brewing Co. that is anything but top-notch.
NEW: Lilja’s Argosy IPA
This is a crisp, tasty IPA without pretention. It won’t appeal to the most hardcore hopheads who want to get punched in the face by the hops, but it’s nicely balanced and drinkable.