Reviewed By: Herr Mike Style: Pumpkin Ale State/Country: Wisconsin ABV: 7.5% Serving Type: 12 oz Look: 8 Light chestnut color, small tan head, spotty lacing Smell: 8 Pumpkin, spice, malt Taste: 9 Pumpkin, cinnamon, clove, brown sugar, pie crust, nutmeg Mouthfeel: 8 Medium with medium carbonation Drinkability: 9 Spicy but in a good way. I could do another. Overall Score: 8.4 Value: 9 Cost/12 oz serving: $2.00 Overall Impression: This is one of the better pumpkin ales out there. Price was nice too. Not a spice monster like some (won't name any) and the weight is pretty impressive at 7.5% and is well hidden. A must try if you love pumpkin beers.
Reviewed By: Herr Mike Style: Double/Imperial IPA State/Country: Missouri ABV: 8.5% Serving Type: 12 oz Look: 9 Cloudy amber color, huge fluffy off white head, thick stringy lacing Smell: 8 Tropical fruit, honey Taste: 9.5 Lemon, apple, pine, grass, bread, tangerine Mouthfeel: 8.5 Chewy with medium carbonation Drinkability: 10 This is a juicy hoppy delight. More please! Overall Score: 9 Value: 9 Cost/12 oz serving: $2.50 Overall Impression: This is one of the tastiest Double IPA's I've had in years! Tropical fruits with just the right amount of hoppiness and a solid malt backbone. A must seek!
Reviewed By: Herr Mike Style: Pilsner State/Country: California ABV: 5.2% Serving Type: 12 oz Look: 9 Straw color, big fluffy white head, thick lacing Smell: 8 Floral, grass Taste: 8 Cracker, citrus, grass, pine Mouthfeel: 7 Dry with medium carbonation Drinkability: 8 If you like hoppy Pilsners this one's for you Overall Score: 8 Value: 8 Cost/12 oz serving: $2.09 Overall Impression: I'm not a big Pilsner drinker but I love IPA's. This was OK but it didn't rock my world.
Reviewed By: Herr Mike Style: Imperial Brown Ale State/Country: California ABV: 8.5% Serving Type: 12 oz Look: 9 Ebony color, thick tan head, stringy lacing Smell: 8 Chocolate, malt, coffee Taste: 9 Chocolate, nutty, roasted malts, vanilla, dark fruits, coffee Mouthfeel: 8 Medium with medium carbonation Drinkability: 8 Complex for a brown ale. Mikey likey! Overall Score: 8.4 Value: 8 Cost/12 oz serving: $2.09 Overall Impression: Another winner for me in Beer Camp! Multiple layers of flavors emerged as the beer warmed.