Honey Brown is a beer that has always been approachable in price while still having a pretty solid flavor and taste when compared to microbrewery efforts, but I must admit that I hadnâ€™t had one in a few years. We were lucky to hook up with Honey Brownâ€™s publicist a few days ago and get a sample shipped out. After chilling out in the fridge, we were able to give the beer a fair shake. Continue reading “Honey Brown (Beer)”
While we have had a few nut and brown ales over the course of our post-21 years, I feel that the Southern Pecan Nut Brown Ale put out by Lazy Magnolia is one of the beast efforts that we have tasted in the style. The label itself is fairly nondescript, blending tan with brown lettering, while the beerâ€™s color is rendered invisible by the brown color of the bottle. Continue reading “Lazy Magnolia Southern Pecan (4.02% ABV)”
Alamo Beer seems to be the perfect blend of larger beer and home-brewed / microbrewed styles. There is an easy drinking taste to it that will appease fans of Budweiser and Samuel Adams like, while there is a smoothness that makes the aftertaste into something like the lightest of porters. When pouring, there is a strong golden color to the beer itself while pouring a very small head, while initial flavors present bring together fruit and malt to the All-American â€œbeerâ€ flavor fostered from older regional efforts like Schaefer and Schlitz (and Pabst) all the way to the current generation of beers today. Continue reading “Alamo Golden Ale (Beer)”
Buckbean has taken a bold step in their creation of a Orange Blossom Ale, and it may just be the most challenging beer I have honestly had. There is a very mild taste to the beer that allows the Orange Blossom taste to shine through, but one wonders what would honestly happen if there was a little more assertive beer taste present. As it is, there seems to be a more tea type of vibe here that never goes away, hiding the nearly-6% ABV perfectly.
For those individuals that have been inculturated into the major-brewery type of beer, I feel that Orange Blossom Ale may prove a little too challenging to properly enjoy. Continue reading “Original Orange Blossom Ale (5.8 ABV)”
This Red Ale has a very light taste to it, with hints of a more fruit/lemon taste present from the onset. Of course, there is a malty flavor present, but this lightness is an interesting addition to the red ale style. The ease in drinking this beer should not be understated â€“ sips draw to pulls and soon after, the can (or cans) are done. The aftertaste is incredibly mild, and represents good memories of what individuals have just tasted. Continue reading “Tule Duck Red Ale (6.2 ABV)”
Hey! Itâ€™s the first time here at NeuFutur that we have had the honor of reviewing a beer, so what better than giving some time to one of the most well-known independent brewers in the United States â€“ Samuel Adams. This time around, we are giving their Summer Ale a spin. There is a complexity present to the Summer Ale that is simply not present with many beers that can typically be found in a local beer store or supermarket. Continue reading “Samuel Adams Summer Ale (Beer)”