Filed under: pale lager (mug, English pint, lager, shaker) | Tags: Alcohol by volume, beer, Drink, Food, Pale lager, Recreation, rice, Sake
Style & glass: Pale lager; dimpled mug
12 fl oz x 5% ABV = 60 / 60 = 1 beers * 150 C = 150 calories (est.)
Available at: everywhere, for Pete’s sake for $.50 a can
smell is mostly corn, sight is mostly yellow, taste is mostly corn and rice, feel is thin and light, overall I’d say drink in the event you want to recall what it was like before you drank craft beer.
Filed under: Jim Dundee, pale lager (mug, English pint, lager, shaker) | Tags: amber, beautiful, bubblegum, citrus, deep, delicious, dough, golden, Malty, medium, nice head, nuts, orange, red, refreshing, respectable, rocky
JW Dundee’s American Amber Lager
Volume: 12 fl oz
Purchased at: part of sampler
Price per fl oz: $10 / 144 fl oz = $0.069 per fl oz
Consumed on/at: home on March 27th, 2008
sensory first impression: Nice head. Beautiful amber color. Rocky head is refreshing. Good color and temperature.
Malt flavor is: nuts, malty depth.
Hop flavor is: floral, deep citrusy, herbaceous.
Yeast flavor is: doughy, liquid, wet.
Other flavors include: alcohol, bubblegum, soy sauce, vanilla.
Color is: pale, golden, amber, orange, red, fiery.
Liquid is: clear.
Head and lace are: bumpy, tan, nice lace.
Maltiness or Sweetness level is: medium
Hoppiness or Bitterness level is: medium,
Sour level is: light
Body or Mouthfeel is: medium
Texture is: creamy, oceanic,
Carbonation is: lively,
Finish is: long and nice.
Overall experience: A very nice, respectable, beer. Delicious.
Filed under: Carlsberg, pale lager (mug, English pint, lager, shaker) | Tags: Add new tag, alcohol, average, band aids, Bread, clear, clear yellow body, corn, dirt, dried herbs, dust, grass, hay, medicine, mold, pale, skunk, skunky, sparkling, thick white head, thin amber, yellow
ABV: 5.5% (12.5 cpfo estimated)
Calories: estimated at 211 C (12.5 cpfo x 16.9)
Volume: 16.9 oz
Purchased at: Sherwood Liquors
Price per fl oz: $2.50 / 16.9 fl oz = $0.14 per fl oz
Consumed at: Home
sensory first impression: Skunky. Pours thin amber stream with thick white head, which dissipates quickly. Almost clear yellow body. Visibly carbonated. Quite active. Taste is disappointingly average. American Pilsner average. Anheuser Busch average. Poor.
Aroma/Olfactory: 3 out of 10
Malt flavor is: bread, hay, grass
Hop flavor is: dried herbs
Yeast flavor is: dust, mold, dirt
Other flavors include: alcohol, corn, medicine, band aids, skunk
Visuals/Appearance: 1 out of 5
Color is: pale, yellow.
Liquid is: clear, sparkling
Head and lace are: none.
Taste/Flavor: 3 out of 10
Maltiness or Sweetness level is: light
Hoppiness or Bitterness level is: none
Sour level is: none to light
Palate/Tactile: 1 out of 5
Body or Mouthfeel is: light
Texture is: thin, nothing
Carbonation is: lively
Finish is: abrupt, sweet.
Overall experience: 4 out of 20. This is the definition of average. I liked the easy drinkability. I did not like the price, the lack of hops, flavor, and color, or much else about this beer.
Filed under: pale lager (mug, English pint, lager, shaker), Yuengling | Tags: average
This was a simple lager. Nothing great, but better than Bud, if only by a bit. Aroma was missing, visuals were typical, taste was rice and corn, and palate was short and bland. Perfectly average.
Filed under: Anheuser Busch, pale lager (mug, English pint, lager, shaker) | Tags: clear, faint, flat, loser, stale
first impression: smells stale, faint and unwholesome.
Color: lemony, clear, and without depth
Aroma: faint and fleeting
Hoppiness: just a hint
Maltiness: most of the flavor is malt, but that’s not saying much.
Weight: surprisingly weighty.
Mouthfeel: thin, like a flat soda.
Belgian Lace: absent without a trace
Bite: just the slightest
second impression: what an absolute loser.