Bread like malts. Clean aftertaste. Moderately thick mouthfeel. 4 beers, just average.
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