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: American Strong Ale (trappist), Stone | Tags: Alcohol by volume, California, cherry, citrus, Cooking, fruit, Home, wine
Style & glass: American Strong Ale; Snifter
22 fl oz x 9.5% ABV = 209 / 60 = 3.48 beers * 150 C = 522 calories (est.)
Available at: Joe Canal’s for $9.99
aroma is tar and resin, visuals are deep angry ruby under a tan head, taste is citrus, cherries, peach, and a quick turn to pine and resin, feels crisp and bright, overall, a delicious and wonderful brew.
Filed under: Belgian Ale (trappist, tulip, tumbler), Great Divide | Tags: Alcohol by volume, beer, Belgian beer, Canal's Lawrenceville, hops, India Pale Ale, Lawrenceville New Jersey, Palate
Style & glass: Belgian Ale, Trappist
12 fl oz x 7.2% ABV = 86.4 / 60 = 1.44 beers * 150 C = 216 calories (est.)
Available at: Canal’s Lawrenceville, NJ for $8.99
Scent of leather, centennial hops, fruit, and decay, visuals are a brilliant golden body with a long lasting white head, taste is begian sweetness, bananas, and biscuits, with IPA citrus, bitterness, and presence. Palate is drying, active carbonation, and creamy. Overall, a very good beer. I hope it’s regularly available, because I’d like to have it all the time.
Filed under: Barleywine Style Ale (snifter), Ridgeway | Tags: Alcohol by volume, Canals, coffee, hoppy, Lawrenceville, Lawrenceville New Jersey, Mouthfeel, Recreation
Style & glass: BWSA, Snifter
16.9 fl oz x 10.5% ABV = 177.45 / 60 = 2.96 beers * 150 C = 444 calories (est.)
Available at: Canal’s, Lawrenceville, NJ for $5.80
sweet, syrupy aroma, deep brown body under a white head, quickly dissipating, cloying, syrupy, sugary, unbalanced, blunt mouthfeel, Slightly unrefined for the style. Blunt, dull, and hammering.
Filed under: IPA (shaker, tulip), Port Brewing | Tags: Alcohol by volume, beer, bitter, Drink, Food, India Pale Ale, Philadelphia, Recreation
Style & glass: IPA in a tulip
22 fl oz x 7% ABV = 154 / 60 = 2.5 beers * 150 C = 375 calories (est.)
Available at: Craft Beer Outlet, Philadelphia, PA for $5.99
Citrus aroma fills the room, deep amber body under a bright white sticky head with good legs, lemon zest and surprisingly bitter flavors for an IPA, highly bitter, zesty with a very long finish, overall, a complete winner for hopheads.