More, please. Downright Pilsner, which is made by an Alexandria, Virginia brewery, is done right. It shows malt, biscuit and floral notes, and a light hop close. (Rating: Very Good) Read more at https://www.portcitybrewing.com/the-beer-old/downright-pilsner/
Good beer, which shows the notes one would expect: clove, banana, and a little citrus. (Rating: Good) Read more about this Maryland beer at https://jailbreakbrewing.com/jbb_beer/feed-the-monkey/
Yes, that is really the name of this Virginia brewery. Yes, you can detect french toast notes—cinnamon, vanilla, and maple. And it is good, and a potent 8% alcohol by volume. Read more at https://www.lickingholecreek.com/
Beer snobs generally think well of this joint product of Weihenstephaner and Sierra Nevada. Just have a look at the reviews at BeerAdvocate.com. Who are we to disagree? This 6% ABV beer is malty, and the yeast tosses up a
This I like. The nose has a biscuit aroma, and is faintly yeasty. It has a coffee bitterness in the mouth. I like it, as do plenty of folks at Beer Advocate. (Rating: Good) Read more at https://www.guinness.com/en-us/our-beers/guinness-antwerpen/
It is not too early to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day. This roasty brew is 4.3% alcohol and comes to America via Paulaner HP USA. Read more at http://CarlowBrewing.com.