The dark truth about this stout is that it is 9.7% alcohol. And… the tastiest shit you have ever had. Make sure this is warmer than normal fridge temperature to let the flavour come out. Nothing short of delicious. What a strong “session” beer. Tastes like a session but taste is misleading.
This beer is totally different from last nights lager. This is a very light refreshing beer. Very very sessionable. Flowery aroma and hints of citrus in the flavor. Smooth. In fact, they should call this beer “smooth operator” instead.
American lager is kickin ass. I’m becoming a fan seemingly overnight.
I think I want a keg of this beer for the summer.
What a great lager…and I hate lagers. I could drink this Lucky Bucket Brewery lager all night long, and last night, I did! Thanks to Craft Beer Club for delivering this amazing brew to my door, next time, 4 bottles would be better than 3.
The bottle says “pre-prohibition style” and if they mean, “a lager with flavour” then YAY! There is a depth to this lager, there are hops and a sweet barley base.
Drink this beer…all summer long. Go Nebraska (yep its from Nebraska!)
Miller Lite says that it is “tripple hopped” I think they mean, 3 hops – and look, they are on the sign!
Great lager that came in my box from Craft Beer Club!
Full, crisp and dry. VERY drinkable. Nice little lager, with a lot of lab love which Marcos loves, from Thirsty Dog Brewing Company. When I told Marcos the name of the company he was very excited.
Lagers are not my favorite overall but that is mainly because they are most associated with the tasteless mega company shit that the mid-wet churns out. This is what a lager should be, from Ohio! Why do I like this lager? flavour. Malt is upfront and there is a hint of hops, that gives it the bitter bite and drinkability.
Try this one.
Rogue Old Crustacean Barleywine Style Ale is an ale to be shared with friends, and that is just what I did. This fine beer, from 2006, was gifted to me a few months ago and I finally found the right night to crack it open and share after a long day at work.
It is heavy and smooth. slight bitterness, strong on the alcohol but not an overwhelming alcohol flavour. Strong “old world” fruit, such as dates, and figs. Just a downright beautiful beer.
Lakefront IPA is from my Craft Beer Club box. It is hoppy with a lot of lemon grass flavour. Refreshing, rather smooth slight bite to it. Not the hoppiest hop bomb Ive had, not bad though. Could be either more up front with the hops or smoother. Almost hits it head on, just misses the mark a bit.
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If you subscribe for a full year you get the full package that was delivered to my doorstep last week. I had seen their site but still didnt know what to expect, and honestly, I couldnt have expected the awesomeness that arrived.
The FedEx guy, in his stupid little budget truck that makes him look like a creeper, knocked on my door and needed my signature cause alcohol had arrived! Ok, so that is cool factor the first.
I got the box inside and you should have seen the smile on my face when I opened the box to see an array of peanuts, 4 tasting glasses, and the best bottle opener I have ever used (really I might have been more excited about the damn bottle opener than anything. It is perfectly weighted and feels nice in your hand. I get excited about things like that.
I think my buddy who was here was wondering if I was gonna remove the top tray to see the beer!
I am VERY happy with Craft Beer Club, and I think you will be too.