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TheBEERSgoneBAD: “Amber Ale” by Lightning Brewery


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Posted by on August 13, 2011 in ALE'S

 

TheBEERSgoneBAD: #6 by Baltika

Strength (ABV): 7.0% ABV
A traditional dark beer based on old recipes. “Baltika” brews this beer with the best dark and light malts with the addition of superior hop types and a special strain of yeast. Crystal-clear water and the secret touch of “Baltika”‘s brewers make this a beer of unsurpassable quality.

The ingredients are water, caramel malt and burnt roasted malt, maltose syrup and hops. 17°

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Posted by on August 10, 2011 in PORTER

 

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TheBEERSgoneBAD: “Coney Island Lager” by Shmaltz Brewing Co.

Discover the thrill of old world brewing conjoined with beguiling new world flavor. Witness the delectable alchemy of 8 malts, 6 hops & Czech Pilsner yeast. Indulge your inner beer freak!

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Posted by on August 7, 2011 in LAGER

 

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TheBEERSgoneBAD: “Idiot IPA” by Coronado Brewing Co.


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Posted by on August 4, 2011 in IPA

 

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TheBEERSgoneBAD: “Cherry Chocolate Stout” by Stone Brewery

* Stone Cherry Chocolate Stout. This one was produced with Troegs Brewing Co. in Harrisburg, Pa., and based on a recipe by Jason Fields and Kevin Sheppard, who won Stone’s homebrewing contest.

Chocolate liquer, vanilla beans, and 9,000 pounds of dark cherries went into the brew, and their presence is evident from the first whiff. Black and smoky, the beer (7.3 percent ABV) produces a cappucino-style head, big bubbles and all. A complex aroma of roasted coffee beans, molasses, and cherries rises from the glass. The taste is full of cherries, java, and burnt dark chocolate. There’s a lot going on with this thick, substantial beer.

Sweet on the front end and bitter on the back, Stone Cherry Chocolate Stout provides interesting juxtapositions and immense satisfaction.

Each beer will be sold as 12-ounce singles, for about $3 a bottle.

 
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Posted by on August 2, 2011 in STOUTS

 

TheBEERSgoneBAD: “Summer Ale” by Samuel Adams

Bright and citrusy, brewed with Grains of Paradise.

Samuel Adams® Summer Ale is an American wheat ale. This summer seasonal uses malted wheat, lemon peel and Grains of Paradise, a rare pepper from Africa first used as a brewing spice in the 13th century, to create a crisp taste, spicy flavor and medium body. The ale fermentation imparts a background tropical fruit note reminiscent of mangos and peaches.  All of these flavors come together to create a thirst quenching, clean finishing beer perfect for those warm summer days.

Samuel Adams Summer Ale is an American wheat ale that takes its inspiration from Belgian witbiers, or white beers. White ales originated near Brussels, a wheat growing region in the 14th century. The style got its name from its lighter color and cloudiness or veil, the result of suspended wheat proteins in the beer. These crisp ales were often brewed with coriander, juniper berries, and orange peel for additional flavor and refreshment. Instead of the classic orange peel and coriander, we use lemon peel and Grains of Paradise to add that special taste that says summer.

Our brewers use lemon peel and Grains of Paradise, to give our Samuel Adams Summer Ale its unique flavor. Grains of Paradise, also known as the Melegueta pepper, are more closely related to cardamom than pepper.  According to medieval legend Grains of Paradise was erroneously thought to have aphrodisiac properties.  In Samuel AdamsSummer Ale, the peppery taste adds a distinct yet subtle bite and depth to the refreshing citrus and wheat tastes of the brew.

Flavor: Crisp, tangy, and refreshing. Slight citrus and spicy flavor

Color: Golden with a slight veil

Original Gravity: 12.3° Plato

Alcohol by Vol/Wt: 5.3%ABV – 4.1%ABW
Calories/12 oz.: 162
Malt Varieties: Two-row Harrington, Metcalfe, and Copeland pale malts, and Malted Wheat
Hop Variety: Hallertau Mittelfrueh Noble hops
Special Ingredients: Lemons and Grains of Paradise
Yeast Strain: Samuel Adams ale yeast
Availability: Seasonal (April – August)
First Brewed: 1995

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Posted by on July 30, 2011 in ALE'S

 

TheBEERSgoneBAD: Taste Test Challenge




Budweiser is the only major beer in the world using the traditional beechwood ageing process to naturally age the beer. Budweiser is brewed with a combination of 2-row and 6-row barley malt to achieve a very specific flavour balance.

The beer is crafted using a second fermentation, a method called “kraeusening“, to mature the flavour of the beer. Kraeusening is a traditional, natural way of carbonating beer.

Producer: Budweiser   –   www.budweiser.com
ABV:   5%
Country of Origin:   USA
Style:   Pale Lager


Coors Original Case- Coors was first introduced by Adolph Coors in April 1874. It’s nicknamed the Banquet Beer. Legend has it that in the late 1800s, thirsty miners threw celebratory banquets, with Coors as the honorary beer because of its superior craftsmanship. Prior to its nationwide distribution in 1981, Coors built a cult following, with presidents, movie stars and consumers toting the beer back from Colorado or making special trips to buy the uniquely crisp and drinkable beer. Coors is brewed in the Rockies for a uniquely crisp, clean and drinkable “Mile High Taste.”

Miller Genuine Draft is crisp and smooth, with a slight sweet taste. This original cold-filtered draft beer is packaged and never exposed to heat, making it unbelievably smooth and refreshing. After brewing, the beer is immediately cooled to around 35F to keep it crisp, cold and full of flavor. MGD is then filtered four times, the last round runs the beer through porous ceramic filters to remove any remaining impurities. This unique packaging process is what keeps MGD’s “fresh from the tap taste” reputation alive.

Nutritional Information

  • ABV: 4.7
  • Calories: 143.0
  • Carbohydrates: 13.1 grams
 
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Posted by on July 30, 2011 in LAGER

 

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