Herrmanndorfer Schweinsbrau Gold

With a label like this it has to be good.

With a label like this it has to be good.

This medium gold Bavarian lager (Munich helles) sports a decent 1/4″ fine-bead head after the pour, having a light haze and some fine particulate matter that floats lazily throughout.  The bouquet is clean with a hint of rust and a decent malt backbone.  The generous lacing slowly slides down the glass and dissolves back into the beer.  Schweinsbrau Gold has a mild sweetness and a mild bitterness in the finish and the 4.8% ABV makes it pretty drinkable.  It’s not at all unique, reminiscent of a lot of anonymous German lagers I have know but won’t bother to enumerate.  My cousin saw the label and thought of me.  Thanks Ana.

66/100 Lager

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One Response

  1. Das Bier ist sehr gut for mein Gesundheit!! 🙂 Nice post Onkel!!

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