Pours light honey with moderate white head. A taste of honey, very little hops and grain, with a very light body and some carbonation.
IPA – Goose Island
Our India Pale Ale recalls a time when ales shipped from England to India were highly hopped to preserve their distinct taste during the long journey. The result is a hop lover’s dream with a fruity aroma, set off by a dry malt middle, and long hop finish. A classic ESB with creamy butterscotch and caramel malts and just a hint of herbal hops. Smooth and sweet drinking. Pours a clear yellow with a small, fizzy, short lived, white head. Sweet aroma of apples. Sweet flavour of apples. Light body with a watery texture and soft to almost flat carbonation. BeerAdvocate Bros: “Nothing stellar, but it is what it is and does a good job at that.” Morland Old Speckled Hen (Cask) – Greene King The blend of Cascade and Challenger hops combine to produce an abundance of fresh hop aroma that preludes a bitter-dry taste explosion. Dark brown opaque with a medium size and medium lasting not that creamy a beige head. Faint roasted malt and bready aroma with hints of sweet smokey varnish, charcoal and bitumen. Lighter in body palate and flavours than the draught. Stout.
Morland Old Golden Hen (Cask) – Greene King
Shock Top Belgian White is a medium-bodied, spiced Belgian-style wheat ale with real orange, lemon, and lime peels, with a little coriander spice. It has a smooth, citrus mouthfeel. Belgian White (Witbier). Bud Light, the top-selling beer in the U.S., is a light-bodied brew with a fresh, clean and subtle hop aroma, delicate malt sweetness and crisp finish for ultimate refreshment. London Pride is a smooth and astonishingly complex beer, which has a distinctive malty base complemented by a rich balance of well developed hop flavours from the target, challenger and northdown varieties in the brew. London Pride is an ideal session-strength premium ale. Strong distinct aroma of floral hops. Pours a clear yellow with a frothy white head that fades. Crisp dry flavour of hops. Quite high carbonation and a little thin. This is an aggressive beer. You probably won’t like it. It is quite doubtful that you have the taste or sophistication to appreciate an ale of this quality and depth. Strong Ale. Fresh and subtle fruit notes, a delicate malt sweetness and balanced bitterness for a clean, snappy finish. Budweiser is a medium-bodied, flavorful, crisp and pure beer with blended layers of premium American and European hop aromas, brewed for the perfect balance of flavor and refreshment.
Magners Original Irish Cider – Bulmers Ireland (C & C Group)
Light amber color. One finger white and creamy bubbled head.Sweet caramel malts followed by a light taste of hops. Mild bitter end. English Pale Ale. A special light beer containing only 3.5% alcohol and approximately 35% fewer calories than regular lager beer. But every bit as thirst-quenching and refreshing. Lager beer with a delicious aroma of malt and hops and a delicate balance in its subtle refreshing taste. Sweet and easy drinking beer with lots of clove spice. Nice beginner beer to open up the world of Belgian ales.
Brooklyn Lager – Brooklyn Brewery
This beer pours a clear, pale gold with no head or lace. It’s aroma is of fruit, bread, and caramel. The flavor is fruity with sweet malt notes followed by a hop bitterness that lasts from start to finish. Red-amber in color, fresh raspberry aroma, with a sweet-sour taste. The aroma is delightful with lots of zesty lemon and orange, spicy tomato, and an undertone of honey. Pours a frothy white head with a hazy, pale gold body. The flavor is delicious with lots of spiciness from the coriander and nutmeg; zesty orange fruitiness; a slight cool, anise seed-like quality; and a malty, grainy finish. Belgain Wit.
Two Hearted Ale – Bell’s
One of BeerAdvocate’s Top 200 Beers in the world. This classic IPA is all about balancing floral hops with a bready malt backbone. Small brown head, with an alomst oil black color. Smells of toasted malts, with hints of cane sugar and salt – almost smoked. Hints of milk chocolate qualities are detectable underneath the dominating malts. Has a very smooth mouthfeel, coming along a little stale, due to almost no carbonation at all. Begins with earthy malts, along with toffee and molasse, as well as a salted whiff – adding an interesting twist to the beer. Roasted qualities are standing out in this brew, enhanced by cream and gentle milk chocolate. Turns sweeter during the finish, revealing a little heat, caramel and syrup, with a coffeeish bitter impact on the back of the tongue, balancing the beer. Pours a good black with a medium offwhite head that leaves good lacing. Nose is of dark chocolate, coffee and toasted granola. Taste is of chocolate, nuts, coffee and the slightest hint of ash. Body is light to medium and carbonation medium-high. Stout.
Coors Light – Miller-Coors
Coors Light’s unique frost-brewing process locks in a taste as cold as the Rockies. Coors Light is constantly bringing innovation to its bottles and cans, with recent features including the Cold Activated Bottle, Super Cold Draft, the Vented Wide Mouth Can with Frost Brew Liner, the Cold Activated Can and Two-Stage Cold Activation bottles and cans. Ingredients: Water, Barley Malt, Corn Syrup (Dextrose), Pours a translucent yellow/gold color with a big, soapy, white head that quickly reduces to a lasting surface film. Minimal lacing. Aroma is yeast, banana, citrus, spice, mild bubblegum and light biscuit. Taste is yeast, spice, banana, citrus, sweet apricot, light vanilla and a hint of alcohol. Belgian Strong Pale Ale. Bud Light – Anheuser-Busch Bud Light, the top-selling beer in the U.S., is a light-bodied brew with a fresh, clean and subtle hop aroma, delicate malt sweetness and crisp finish for ultimate refreshment.