All Posts Tagged With lager

Moosehead Lager

Happy Canada Day!  As an American, I can only assume that Canada Day is a day that Canadians worship the US (U-S-A, U-S A) or something like that.  It may also be the anniversary of the day in 1867 that Canada was formed as a country within the British Empire.  Alternatively it could be a… → Read More

Shiner Blonde

Shiner Blonde is the third beer I’m trying out of the Shiner Family Reunion six pack (previously tasted: Shiner Bock and Shiner Bohemian Black Lager). It’s a pale lager that to me doesn’t impart a whole lot of flavor. It’s a little sweet, a little malty, and a whole lot of meh. There’s nothing wrong… → Read More

Shiner Bohemian Black Lager

Shiner Bohemian Black Lager is the second beer in the Shiner Family Reunion six pack (I previously reviewed Shiner Bock). This beer, also known as a Schwarzbier, was first brewed for Spoetzel Brewery’s 97th anniversary, and is a somewhat unusual style. It’s a lager beer, but has some of the smells and flavor of a stout… → Read More

Shiner Bock

I purchased a six pack called the Shiner Family Reunion; it contains six different beers from the Spoetzl Brewery in Shiner, TX; I also had one of these at the House of Blues the other night when I saw Richard Cheese. Since this is the most common Shiner beer you’ll come across, I decided to… → Read More

Narragansett Lager

A little history from their site: 5.0% Alcohol by Volume and 12 IBUs. A classic American lager and the workhorse of the Gansett stable. Available all year long in bottle, can and on tap! We brew our lager with six row malt, seedless hops, corn from Iowa, our lager strain (the same one the brewery… → Read More

America’s Oldest Brewery

  Hi there! Since this is my first post on this fantastic site, I’m going to introduce myself as briefly as I can before I get into the good stuff. First, the Cliffs Notes of my background that may be relevant here: I own a company that organizes and leads tours to mostly European destinations… → Read More

Lagunitas Pils

“To drink a Lagunitas Pils is to live a Lagunitas Pils.” -Aristotle No that’s not true. Aristotle didn’t say that of course. William Shakespeare did. Regardless. It’s the best beer in the world. Let’s chat. The Lagunitas Brewing Company is nestled in the hills (I’m not sure if that’s true) of Petaluma, California (that is true)…. → Read More

Carlsberg – A Danish Beer in Norway

In Epcot, Carlsberg can be found in Norway in World Showcase. However, Carlsberg (the beer) hails from Denmark, not Norway. Wikipedia has an entire article about beer in Norway that details its history. The major beer-producing company for both Norway and Denmark is Carlsberg-Ringnes. The Ringnes side of Carlsberg-Ringnes is based in Oslo, Norway, while… → Read More

Anchor Steam Beer

Anchor Steam Beer, brewed by the Anchor Brewing Co. in San Francisco, takes its name from a style of beer called steam beer. Steam beer was brewed on the West Coast in the 19th century without ice or refrigeration. It was an improvised beer of low quality, and any meaning applied to the word steam… → Read More

Dos Equis

Oh hai! I’m super excited, because even though I’ve held a log in to my favorite site ever (this one, guys, this one) for quite some time, this is my first post! And how fitting for it to be on a lovely holiday to drink on, Cinco de Mayo! What is Cinco de Mayo? Well… → Read More

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