We have not one but TWO Noble Aleworks beers reviewed by our very own brewery crew Tyler and Rob! Please also enjoy these glamor shots of them trying the beer in our brewery...
This beer review comes from our Assistant Brewer Rob, who will soon be helping to brew a dark Belgian Strong Ale for the Oregon Brewers Guild Cheers to Belgian Beers.
The Torment by Heretic Brewing Fairfield, CA.
10% ABV and 20 IBU.
This beer review comes from Rob, a jack of all trades here at Uptown. He's done everything from bartending, assisting in the brewery and delivering Uptown Brewing kegs to our customers. But first and foremost he is a beer lover! Here is his review of Smog City Coffee Porter.
Smog City Brewing, Torrance, CA
Coffe Porter 6.0% ABV
We have a beer review coming from our Beer-tender and craft beer enthusiast Brooklyn!
This weeks beer review of Old German Premium Lager by Pittsburgh Brewery comes to you from the infamous Brixton!
The story of this beer goes: "Little Herman" or the Old German himself, learned the recipe from his Oma and Opa (Grandma & Grandpa) brewing it at home. As demand grew he wanted to spread and share his original recipe with everyone for an affordable price. Hence the great pricing at a dollar a can!
As far as qualities go for this standard German lager:
-Appearance: Light golden yellow to straw yellow. With a light amount of head retention no more then a centimeter once the head settled.
-Aroma: A little musty, grainy scent to it. Very subtle.
-Mouthfeel: Mostly Clears off the palate in seconds, light bodied.
-Taste: Light Apple-like sweetness upfront, bready they the middle with a lingering metallic taste.
-Overall: (3.5 of 5) straight forward & affordable lager, I'd take any day over any macro-brew.