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reviewed Belhaven Scottish Stout. December 10, 2010
posted in The Beer Snob
Belhaven Scottish Stout
    A creamy pouring beer with such a rich deep brown colour as to approach an opaque black. The head, a lovely cappuccino brown with reasonable staying power, is thick and creamy with, …
reviewed Innis & Gunn Rum Cask Oak Aged Beer. October 30, 2010
Innis & Gunn Rum Cask
Innis & Gunn has long been one of my favourite beers and this flavourful winter variety certainly didn't disappoint me!    A very light head, in fact almost non-existent disappeared …
reviewed Dieu du Ciel Rigor Mortis. October 29, 2010
Dieu du Ciel Rigor Mortis
RIGOR MORTIS - a beautiful, rich coppery coloured beer that is cloudy and at best translucent. The pour produces a minimal off-white tan, very creamy head that lasts only a short time but the remaining …
reviewed Wernesgrüner. September 24, 2010
posted in The Beer Snob
No surprises at any point with this beer. The pour produces a modest pure white head which dissipates quickly leaving no lacing. Carbonation is moderate but lasts pleasantly for the entire length of time …
reviewed Hockley Black & Tan. September 17, 2010
posted in The Beer Snob
Hockley Black & Tan
On the pour, we're looking at a deep reddish-tinged brown to black beer that is so dark as to be almost opaque. It's only when held to a light that the beautiful red tints actually show through. …
reviewed Schleimhammer Roggenbier. September 06, 2010
posted in The Beer Snob
Schleimhammer Roggenbier
Pours a cloudy, obviously unfiltered copper with a tall, dense, very foamy head. The head slowly fades to a modest cover and leaves a small amount of lace. On the nose, there is a variety …
reviewed Trailhead Lager. July 10, 2010
posted in The Beer Snob
Trailhead Lager
I was in a local pub a couple of days ago and, on my way out, I noticed the advertisement for England's Hobgoblin Ale:      "What's the matter, Lagerboy? Afraid you might …
reviewed Doppel-Hirsch. May 21, 2010
posted in The Beer Snob
Deep, dark and rich reddish brown on the pour, completely transparent but so dark as to approach opaque! Does that make any sense to you? A lovely thick tan head on the pour but no lasting power and no …
reviewed Yankee Jim Ice Bock. March 19, 2010
posted in The Beer Snob
Yankee Jim Ice Bock
They say that first impressions are important and are usually correct. But, in the case of Yankee Jim Ice Bock, you might like to hang around until the fat lady sings and see what you think at the bottom …
reviewed Schneider Weisse. January 16, 2010
Schneider Weisse
The rich, hazy, colour, not quite as light as the simple yellow or orange of a pale ale or pilsner nor quite as dark as the russet brown of a dark ale or mild stout, is certainly a …
reviewed Affligem Blonde. January 09, 2010
Affligem Blonde
Affligem Blonde Beer isn't so much a simple beer as it is an experience.  To wit:   Take a chilled glass and slowly empty the bottle's contents ... slowly, mind you. Admire the warm, golden …
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