A light beer reminiscent of Coors Light but with a slightly bitter finish. Mouthfeel is watery overall, but really I bought this for the can, it's an all steel beast that provides endless hours of fun. Just ask your buddy to crush it on his head
Like coffee? This is the stout for you. It tastes like coffee grounds.
A lightly hopped beer that finishes with a sweet heat. It's a pretty nice beer probably be great with some wings
A smooth chocolate and coffee stout with a nice creamy mouthfeel
A lightly hopped full mouth feel winter beer. It's a little heavy to drink a lot, and a little overly hoppy for me, but you'll definitely feel the Christmas spirit.
Like a mellow version of shiner cheer. it'll make you feel warm on a cold Texas night it's just what the bock you wanted.
Tastes like water, maybe less bitter than a regular Guiness. But really not worth anyone's time.
A lighter version of a dunkelweizen. A little fruity, but very good. Definitely give one to the one you love!
Pretty standard cider. Not tart as was expected with the Granny Smith moniker.
Over priced. That being said it had a pleasant creamy and wheaty finish. The body was a clean apple taste with nothing special. Definitely the most beer like cider I've had.
A tasty Black and Tan. The form factor and price will make you feel like a redneck at checkout, but the flavor is worth it all. Bust it out at your next parking lot party!
A red with a smooth start and chocolate malty flavor finish. A great drink to start with.
I would highly recommend this the next time your in downtown Austin. There is a little gastro pub called Austin ale house. Good breakfast drink!
Smooth creamy and having that distinctive light coffee flavor, Guinness is always a good choice when feeling Irish and eating a Ruben!
A slightly hopped light ale, definitely not what I think of when I think of a cream ale.
512 Pecan Porter, Buffalo Bayou 1836 Copper Ale, St. Arnold's Summer Pils, Live Oak Pils. The pecan porter was light with a small coffee flavor, and a medium hop finish. The copper ale was too hoppy for me, not on initial taste but the finish was. The summer pils was apparently largely forgettable. The live oak started out really floral and got more bitter as it sat.
Lightly raspberry. Smooth with a creamy finish and a nice head. Repeat offender for sure
Magic hat reminds me of summer days in Ithaca and eating out on the roof of my fraternity. This new brew is a definite winner with a light feeling and a nice berry finish.
Get this while you can!
A great beer for a summer evening. It's a lighter beer but with more if a body than bud or coors. It's smooth and creamy and largely lacking in any distinctive flavor, but definitely a repeat offender in my book.
A hint of hoops in the after taste. But goes down with a nice mix of floral notes and creamy wheat