All Posts Tagged With lager

Abita Fall Fest


Fall is here, and Lewis Black has some choice words for the coming of the season. ‘Oh, the leaves change color!’ – they change color for two days, then a big wind comes, you got nothing but sticks for the rest of the year. And then the weather is completely nonsense. You don’t even have… → Read More

Asahi Super Dry


Hailing from Japan, Asahi can be found throughout the Japanese pavilion at Epcot. It’s brewed by the Asahi Breweries; Asahi is the number one brewery and soft drink company in Japan. The flagship brew has changed over the years; first it was Asahi Draft, then Asahi Gold, and now it is Asahi Super Dry; the… → Read More

St. George Beer


Last drink at Dawa Bar (don’t worry, we spaced these over 2 days) was St. George Beer.  The brewery is located in Ethiopia, NOT to be confused with the brewery of the same name in Virginia.  There is no official website though so I couldn’t pull up any additional information to wow you guys with…. → Read More

Meta Beer


My second beer attempt at Dawa Bar was another Ethiopian brew, Meta. Meta Abo Brewery is located in the town of Sebata, 27 km from Addis Ababa. The brewery was established in 1963 by the Ethiopian Government and Ethiopian private nationals as a share company with a starting capital base of 2 million Birr.  It… → Read More

“33” Export


I was recently out to dinner at a local Vietnamese restaurant and was pleasantly surprised to see that they had a decent selection of beers on the menu. “33” Export immediately caught my eye. It’s a Vietnamese lager that has a nice bright gold color. I enjoyed the beer with a nice bowl of Pho,… → Read More

Tecate


Five beers are served in the Mexico pavilion, and we’ve reviewed four of them. Tecate is the fifth, and it’s another beer brewed by Cuauhtémoc Moctezuma Brewery. Apparently the Mexico pavilion doesn’t feel the need to branch out to other Mexican breweries such as Grupo Modelo or something even more exotic. Tecate pours a very Bud… → Read More

Bohemia


From the Cuauhtémoc Moctezuma Brewery in Mexico, the brewer responsible for Sol, Dos Equis, Tecate and others, comes Bohemia. Bohemia is a pilsner that gets its name from the region that is now part of the Czech Republic. This region is well known for its brewing and is the birthplace of the pilsner. Bohemia is a… → Read More

Saint Patrick’s Day


Saint Patrick’s day is tomorrow, Saturday, May 17, and friends, we need to talk. Not about wearing green or not, but about the massive disrespect that goes on as far as drinking beer goes on this Irish holiday. For the love of all that is holy, do not dye Bud Light (or insert any other… → Read More

Ichi for short?

Kirin Ichiban


Now I have to admit I did not have too much knowledge about this brewery or beer. Then on my trip to Trader Joe’s I found they have a few of these. I couldn’t help myself but pick a couple of bottles up since one of my favorite things about TJ’s is they sell the… → 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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