Sharp, 6% ABV, is a Maibock style beer from Burial Beer, Asheville, North Carolina. This beer has German Pils, light German Munich Malts, and Herbrucker malts. There is also Saaz, and Grungiest hops. This beer pours a deeper orange color with a stick, creamy four-finger white head. The aroma is sweet, bread, malty, and somewhat floral. The flavor is honey, malty, and bread, with a grainy note. The mouthfeel is medium. Then is beer finishes with sweet bread and honey flavor. Then comes an aftertaste of light fading sweetness and light malts. This beer is not as good as I thought it was. Burial Beer Sharp is a C+. It is just average. There is a slight off-putting flavor not as you swallow the beer, but that is not too serious. It is a little bitter, and that’s not what you’d find in beer. It’s not the worst, and neither is this beer overall. I’ve had better, and I’ve had worse versions of this style of beer. I would say I recommend or don’t recommend this beer. If you do or don’t try this, you aren’t missing anything. Please be kind, stay safe, and remember to enjoy responsibly!