Monthly Archives: March 2007

Oude Geuze Boon Mariage Parfait

I am excited about trying this beer. I’ve just begun to enjoy Trappist ales from Belgium and this beer is labeled as a “traditional Belgian lambic, 100% spontaneously fermented”. What this means is that the brewers make the wort and … Continue reading

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Coors Brewing Company – Killians Irish Red

Wow. A Coors beer. I had no idea this was a domestic product. For some reason, I thought this was an Irish import. Go figure. This sample is from the bottle. Appearance: Like it’s name implies, this beer pours a … Continue reading

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Carlsberg Beer – Pilsner

Carlsberg Pilsner is an import beer from Copenhagen, Denmark. The first time I had this beer, I was overseas in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. We were wandering about the city looking for the Menara Kuala Lumpur, when we stumbled upon the … Continue reading

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El Toro Brewing Company – Poppy Jasper

El Toro Brewing Company is located in the small town of Morgan Hill, California. I actually first had this beer on draught from the burger joint near where I work but for this review, I’m drinking from the bottle. Appearance: … Continue reading

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Rogue Ales Brewery – Mocha Porter

Rogue Ales was founded in 1988 by three corporate types who wanted to enter the food/beverage industry. Good thing too because they make some pretty good beer. So now I’m reviewing their Mocha Porter. Appearance: Very dark in the glass … Continue reading

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