All Posts in the ‘Disneyland Resort Beer Reviews’ Category

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Sierra Nevada Torpedo Extra IPA


Torpedo is a bit of a strange name for a beer. Just by looking at the label it doesn’t make much sense since it’s the Sierra Nevada logo with Torpedo written under it. No real hints there. So why Torpedo? Here’s the description straight from the Sierra Nevada website: Our obsession with harnessing huge hop… → Read More

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Lagunitas Pils


I was starting to think I just wasn’t a big fan of lagers. How can this be? I like Abita Amber and Saint Arnold Lawnmower, among others. Looking back at the recent lagers I’ve had compared to the recent ales, I started to figure it out. The lagers include Bud Light (ick), Michelob Light, Coors… → Read More

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Newcastle Brown Ale


Newcastle Brown ale falls into the Norther English Brown ale style of beers. This style is usually made from a English mild or a pale ale base malt, with caramel malts added for color and flavor. Some styles do add a darker malt for distinct flavor character. If it doesn’t have English hop varieties than… → Read More

Corona

Corona


Here I go again, taking one for the team. Corona is actually an interesting beer when you consider the history and even look at the beer style this fits into. Before I bore you all to sleep, that is if you are still reading this. Corona as we all know is made in Mexico, but… → Read More

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Coors Light


“Budweiser, Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Lite, Michelob Ultra.” I had to be reminded of the beer choices; they were that bad. However, in my head the waitress said: I had already consumed a Bud Light and a Michelob Ultra and it was time for a third beer. The choices were narrowing, but I decided to… → Read More

Norther Brewer

Heineken


Aroma:    Not as skunky as I was expecting. Almost no skunky aroma. There is plenty of sweet pale malt aroma with some corn sweetness. Light floral presence in the nose, but if this beer gets too much light those hops oils will convert to skunk. Note, drink fast if you’re outside or the sun… → Read More

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Michelob Ultra


In case you didn’t read yesterday’s Bud Light article, here is a recap of the events that led to this review in rage comic format. After first having the Bud Light, I thought even among these less than satisfactory beers it could only get better. Fortunately, I was correct. I next ordered a Michelob Ultra…. → Read More

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Bud Light


When life gives you poor beer choices, make lemonade? There’s some sort of catchphrase to be made from the experience I had last Friday. We’ll get to that story in a few moments. To many in college, buying a keg of Bud Light for a party is “splurging”, as in they’re not buying Natty Light… → Read More

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Craft Beers Booth at Food & Wine….and Kona Pipeline Porter


After a fun filled trip during opening weekend of the Food & Wine Festival, as well as both successfully completing the Wine & Dine Half Marathon, Patrick and I decided to thoroughly reward ourselves with a complete beer tasting at both the Brewer’s Collection Booth and the Craft Beers Booth. With the Brewer’s Booth complete… → Read More

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Virtual Tasting – Harp Lager and Kona Fire Rock Ale


We’re long overdue for a virtual tasting; in this installment we’re sampling Harp Lager and Kona Fire Rock Pale Ale. Both are found in various locations at the Walt Disney World Resort, and Fire Rock is being featured at the Craft Beer Collection booth during the 2011 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival. Harp Lager:… → Read More

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