A nice weissbier, quite mild. Very little banana or clove but I could drink this again and again.
While I don’t believe for a second that Molson’s “found” this recipe I actually quite like it. It’s a pretty average pale ale, nothing special. But coming from Molson, the king of tasteless, adjunct lager that’s saying a lot.
I would drink this again. Dammit.
Nice balance of hops in this Belgian strong pale ale. I wish the Belgian yeast came through a bit more.
Would drink again.
So glad that Alley Kat went back to brewing Full Moon as a pale ale. I love the balance of hops and malt in this.
I would drink it again.
“A stochastic event or system is one that is unpredictable due to the influence of a random variable.”
This has a shitload of uncommon malts in it. Grouse malted millet? Cararye? I guess that’s the random variable? The hops are pretty standard.
I would describe this as an Imperial pale ale. It’s strong on the malt and the hops. Strong but balanced.
I wound definitely drink this again.
This beer is brewed for the Erlanger Bergkirchweih festival every year. Although being described a s a more cozy and smaller version of Munich’s Oktoberfest the Erlanger Bergkirchweih festival still manages to attract more than a million visitors each year. Normally unavailable in Canada it was lovingly transported here by my friend and newly planted German, Shannie Kosman.
It is a deliciously malty and clean marzen beer. It finishes very bright with just enough bitterness to balance the beer out. Iw ould definitely drink this again and hope to some day in Erlangen for the Bergkirchweih.
This is a English Bitter I made using the parti-gyle technique when I made this year’s Christmas beer, a barley wine called…Santa’s Little Helper. Parti-gale is a technique where you run off a second batch of wort when making a high gravity beer like a barley wine.
I’d never tried it before so I thought, why not. I like the idea of two batches of beer for the price of one. Now that I’ve tried it I probably wouldn’t do it again. It took forever!
The resulting beer is…OK. It’s a bit too bitter. A bit too harshly bitter. I’ll drink it again because I have a keg of it but if I’d bought it I probably wouldn’t buy, and drink it again.