Edmund’s Oast Brewing Company Lagerbier

Edmund’s Oast Brewing Company Lagerbier, 5.5% ABV from Charleston, South Carolina which I received from a family member who purchased this from Winestore. Lagerbier pours a golden yellow color with a four-finger white head that steadily fades down to a two-finger head and stays. You get a crisp biscuit aroma off this beer that has a semi-sweet very faint corn-like flavor on the nose. The taste of Lagerbier is clean crisp with biscuit notes that have a little semi sweetness to it with a tiny hop note on the end that finishes with a twinge of a hop note a lots of lager biscuit malts with a aftertaste of Chips and a beady note that does not stay long with a light mouthfeel. Edmund’s Oast Brewing Company Lagerbier grows on you as you drink it, I start out thinking this average, then a few more sips I thought it was above average than by the end I’d say it’s a B-. Edmund’s Oast Brewing Company Lagerbier is one that I recommend and some worth a try. Please enjoy responsibly! Cheers!

Throwback Thursday: Lammsbräu Organic Winter Spezial Premium Bavarian Lager


German beers brewers are pretty straightforward about the styles of beer that they brew. They tend not to stray far from the true version of a particular style of beer. This one Lammsbräu Organic Winter Spezial Premium Bavarian Lager, 5.1% ABV, is true to that statement. The style is known as a winter lager. Winter layers are slightly more malty and rich than are normal lagers would be. Lammsbräu Organic Winter Spezial Premium Bavarian Lager pours an amber color with a three-finger white head that slowly dissipates into nice wispy lacing around the glass. I saw nice amounts of light coming through and nice carbonation bubbles as well. The aroma is a bit sweeter than a regular lager would tend to be, and there is a faint earthy tone as well. You do get a faint biscuit/breaded scent. The taste is a bit malty, but not overly malty and you do get a little sweetness that isn’t there too long, but just long enough to enjoy. The sweetness is reminiscent of light semi-sweet chocolate. The taste is also earthy with a grassy like the taste, but not in the way an IPA would be. It is more of a lager. Type of grain flavor than an earthy flavor. The mouth feel is medium and the finish is nice smooth with a touch of malty sweetness. The aftertaste is slightly sweet with hints of earthy, grainy biscuit flavor. This Lammsbräu Organic Winter Spezial Premium Bavarian Lager goes well for a winter day like yesterday or today, not such an easy drinker, but close. Lammsbräu Organic Winter Spezial Premium Bavarian Lager is good, so it gets an A. German beers are always high up on my list, and even ones that I have not had before. Germans are masters and brewing beer and consistently brew great beer and this one was no exception, it was a good winter beer. So go out and pick up Lammsbräu Organic Winter Spezial Premium Bavarian Lager, and see what you think of it. Cheers! Please enjoy responsibly!