Golden beer, fluffy white head. Slightly hoppy. Light on the tongue. Bitter piney aftertaste.
Brown Ales November 2010 Lineup Brown ales originate in England. The original brown ale style is made from 100% brown malt. There is some difference between American brown ales [Type 33] and English brown ales [Type 47], with the American styles tending to be drier and hoppier. New Belgium La
Beers of Central and Eastern Europe Baltika #5 Gold 5.3% ABV, Euro Pale Lager. [Type 12] A pretty good lager, tastes a lot like a Heineken. 3 beers. I'd drink it. Stout homebrew More delicious homebrew that we have had in months past. Czechvar 5.0% ABV, Czech pilsner
Stouts and Porters December 2010 Lineup Porters come from Merrie Old England. The first recorded examples of the style are from the 1700s. They were blended beers, a combination of a stale or old ale, a new ale, and a weak or mild ale. Various flavors could be achieved by