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
by Jacob For their 102nd Anniversary, Spoetzel Brewery in Shiner, Texas has released a special anniversary beer. Being a sucker for Shiner Bock and Shiner Hefeweizen, I decided to buy some from my local Shopper’s Food Warehouse. The Shiner Double Wheat 102
by Jacob My fascination with craft canned beer continues with the Snapperhead IPA from Butternuts Beer & Ale in Garrattsville, New York. Part of their Farmhouse Ale series, the Snapperhead is a very light amber color in the glass. Malty up front
We will keep our comments brief and to the point — this beer (in bottle) is a big disappointment. It tastes nothing like any other wheat beers we have sampled. It is dull, malty in the mouth, and it lacks
Aren’t we lucky? The Rosen Group, who does PR for DRAFT magazine (a beer glossy), pitched us an invitation to the Oktoberfest held at the German Embassy. What fun we had! Horst D. Dornbusch, the author of Prost!, the easy-to-read
“Uncompromised and unfiltered,” announces the label of this WIDMER wheat beer. Well, we’re all for that; we like honest hefeweizens. As readers may recall, we are rabid fans of SCHNEIDER WEISSE and its doppel-brother, AVENTINUS. This brew was a disappointment.