"Beer makes you feel the way you ought to feel without beer." -Henry Lawson

Saturday, 26 March 2011

Porterhouse Red

Porterhouse Red (4.4%)

Surprisingly enough red in colour giving it an attractive look. Complex and fruity beverage. Intriguing nose, creamy texture with hints of caramel flavour. Enjoyable red but somewhat deprived of charisma.

Rating: Reasonable Refreshment

Red Stripe

 Red Stripe (4.7%)

Does the job, not great but a cheap going out drink (or a cheap way to drunkness). In typical Jamaican form, its a very laid back experience but the flavour is edging towards blandness and lacks in body. Gets a bonus half beer for being Jamaican.

Rating: Tear beer/Average at best

Friday, 25 March 2011

Innis & Gunn

  Innis & Gunn (6.6%)
This oak aged and complex speciality beer tastes summery like a music festival. The hints of honey and vanilla hit the palette with style. Savory and very tasteful drink. 

Rating: One Scrumptious Solution


Two faced Thai beer. It tricks you into a false sense of security, then kicks you when you least expect it. Initial pleasing flavour but it indigests the balls off you.

Rating: Stomach Churning Fermentation/Tear Beers