Past Is Prologue

Past Is Prologue

16 oz can courtesy of Todd – thanks man! Beautiful, simple, amber pour with a little chill haze. Head is perfect. Some minor lace. The head fades quite quickly. Drinks like a classy, full-flavored, beautifully sweet and balanced Vienna Lager. I’m biased, I love...

Point Classic Amber

12 oz single, many thanks go out to Kevin for the chance to try this. Pour offers a strangely red tinge to the beer with plenty of white head. The color goes beyond amber and to another level. Nose offers little, but the tastes do deliver a touch more that I was...

Vinyl

On tap Taco Mac, Douglasville, GA, USA. Nice clarity and good dark copper color on the pour. Head is small but provides some lace. Nose faithfully creates some decent if simple, toasty malt. Tastes deliver the expected malt notes but the beer also brings with a...

William Penn Colonial Style Lager

12 oz single from Tower on Buford. Nice depth of color on the pour, but the carbonation seems a little too lively for the style which in turn produces a scant, over-bubbly head and no lace. A shame because the color looked promising. It quickly dies in the glass. The...

Michelob Honey Lager

Review #1700 – not exactly a distinguished brew to mark the milestone, but so what? 12 oz single from Green’s on Ponce, Atlanta, GA, USA. “Born On” May 31 2008. Pour yields a decent golden body but not much head. Some minimal lace – not...