My first taste was not that great. After a few more sips I was able to picture myself sitting on the patio on a very hot day in July with the Schell Pilsner in my hand. Since today was not a hot day in July it was just ehh. To be honest, the more I think about it, on a hot day in July I am more likely to have a hefeweizen in my hand, so I’ll rate it a 3 as I’m not likely to try it again. It had a bit of a sweet honey taste that I kind of enjoyed but not too much.
I really enjoyed this beer. It was tart and sweet. The first sip was maybe too tart and I wasn’t completely sure of it, I didn’t have a problem finishing it though. Tastes like a traditional Belgian beer. Then a few days later I had another and it seemed more mild and really delish! I’ll be drinking more of these.
I was the wife that laughed at the husband for using the thermometer while pouring the beers. When cooking pork sure get out the thermometer, beer, thats a little crazy for me. Anyway onto my review.
I have a hard time saying much other than its not my style. I just haven’t found a porter I like and they all taste the same to me, just not good.
Yummo! I enjoyed this a lot. The Herkimer was a fun little pub that I’d like to go back to. The food and beer were both good. The alt was nice and smooth with a good flavor. I will have another.
I didn’t really like this beer. It was just kind of boring. Nothing stood out to say have more. I just kept thinking why am I drinking all these calories when its really not very good, I should just stop, but yet I didn’t. I’ll leave the rest in the fridge for my husband to drink.
I didn’t think this was a bad beer, but it wasn’t one I’d order again. I liked the tart cranberry taste but that was about it.