19 June 2008

What's on Tap?

Or more precisely, what have I been imbibing lately? I've found a new favorite (until I find another new favorite) in Tetley's English Ale. Brewed in the north of England it pours smooth and creamy and has a crisp, fresh taste. Also, I've found a local purveyor of fine beers that carries an old favorite -Tennent's. I first had this at the Ohio Scottish Games 10 years ago (sadly, they no longer have Scottish beers at the Games). Its more hoppy than what I usually go for but refreshing nonetheless. As for duds, I purchased a six-pack of Railbender Ale. Brewed by the Erie Brewing Company in Erie, Pa. I found it quite unremarkable. It reminded me of a Brooklyn Lager which I wouldn't spend my hard earned pesos on, either. Of course, both are a step above a Bud Light but with so many fine brews out there I won't spend the cash on either again.



What's on Tap at Great Lakes Brewing? Take a look:

Barrel Select Pils Crisp golden pilsner loaded with noble hop flavors.

Burning River Pale Ale An assertively hopped American Pale Ale with citrusy and piney Cascade hops.

Commodore Perry IPA A medium-bodied and well hopped India Pale Ale with a dry, fruity aftertaste.

Dortmunder Gold Lager A smooth lager that strikes a delicate balance between sweet malt and dry hop flavors.

Edmund Fitzgerald Porter A complex, roasty porter with a bittersweet, chocolate-coffee taste and bold hop presence.

Eliot Ness Amber Lager An amber lager with rich, fragrant malt flavors balanced by crisp, noble hops.

Grand Cru A full-bodied Belgian Ale spiced with coriander and orange peel for a subtle citrus flavor and complex finish.

Holy Moses White Ale A Belgian Wit Ale spiced with orange peel, chamomile and coriander.

Moondog ESB Extra Special Bitter ale with a flowery hop bouquet and crisp finish.

Rye of the Tiger India Pale Ale brewed with rye malt and loaded with hops.

1 comment:

steve martin said...

Oh how I wish I were near Great Lakes!