All Posts in the ‘Walt Disney World Beer Reviews’ Category

Birra Moretti in Italy

Realized I never finished my adventures around the World so let’s continue! After a disappointing trip to Germany, we stopped at the drink kiosk in Italy to grab a Birra Moretti, not to be confused with their La Rossa brew. We all seemed to enjoy it. Typical lager, in my opinion. I prefer their La… → Read More

Stella Artois

Tonight we decided to eat at the Fish City Grill, a seafood restaurant that somewhat reminds me of home. The beer of the month is Stella, so I decided to have one. I first had Stella in Scotland last year and enjoyed it. The beer came filled to the brim without any head at all;… → Read More

Bass Ale

Scott prodded me, so here’s my 3rd beer of the evening, a Bass Ale. My first Bass was at the Harry Ramsden’s fish and chips shop in World Showcase. It was not my last. I don’t usually like Pale Ales, but Bass is different. It is one of my backups with any situation. When I… → Read More

Sapporo fireside

Second beer from the sampler is Sapporo, a favorite from Japan. We decided to sit outside in this nice weather, and enjoy a fire. I first ran across Sapporo at the Japan pavilion at Epcot, and loved it. Great with some sushi!

Boddingtons Pub Ale

The other night I tried Boddingtons Pub Ale, one of the featured beers at the Rose and Crown in Epcot’s United Kingdom Pavilion.  However, as you can see above, Boddingtons packages its beer in cans to sell at the store.  This isn’t just any can, however.  Inside the can is beer pressurized by nitrogen and… → Read More

Samuel Smith’s Nut Brown Ale

The second beer I picked up this week to try is Samuel Smith’s Nut Brown Ale.  It’s a British beer that certainly lives up to its name.  Just over a pint of a very nutty brown ale with a nice bitterness that stays on the palate long after the sip has passed.  I would definitely… → Read More

Widmer Brothers Drifter Pale Ale

Earlier today I picked up a couple of new beers; the first one I’m trying is Widmer Brothers Drifter.  Although it’s classified as a pale ale, it’s fairly dark but extremely clear.  Drifter has a very strong grapefruit scent and the citrus theme continues once sipped.  It’s not too sweet and has a nice bitter… → Read More

Tsingtao – Say that Three Times Fast!

To followup on Jenn’s post last week, I also gave Tsingtao a try. I loved it! It’s very much like Moosehead, which is another great beer my friend Tom Norton (@nortyuk on twitter) enjoys. I now know what I’ll be getting every time I’m in the China pavilion at EPCOT! I highly recommend it! Thanks… → Read More

Abita Andygator

Presenting Abita Andygator, a Helles Doppelbock from Abita Springs, LA.  For a very long time, Andygator was only available on tap and somewhat rare; however, within the last couple of years Abita started bottling this delicious brew.  It only comes in the bomber bottle filled with over a pint of 8% alcohol content beer.  This… → Read More

Altenmünster Oktoberfest at Sommerfest

Stop #5? Sommerfest for some Oktoberfest beer and bratwurst! When we went to order, I saw that there was an unknown Oktoberfest that I’d never heard of…Altenmünster Oktoberfest. I had to double check that it came from the correct tap when they handed it to me. MUCH lighter than what I expected it to be…. → Read More

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