The Remaining Beer From June

June 2012 Beer Collage

I have to admit, I can tell my tastes have changed in the past six months. I think some of these may be more “good German pils” style than I was capable of appreciating initially. But anyway, since posting each one individually would take forever and flood the blog with whitespace, this seemed like a good idea. I’ve built a table as a handy reference.

Beer Brand Name Verdict
Kaiser Bräu Grafensteiner Export No.
Cluss Kellerpils Meh.
Kaiser Bräu Grafensteiner Pils No.
Bayernbräu Falkenfelser Premium Pilsener Meh.
Turmbläser Landbier Meh.
Fischer’s Brauhaus Fischer’s Frisches Heinerle I forgot.
Alpirsbacher Klosterbräu Kleiner Mönch Good!
Duckstein Rotblondes Original Meh.
Dinkelacker Schwabenbräu Meister Pils Okay.
Schönbuch Ur-Edel I forgot.
Paulaner Hefe-Weißbeir Dunkel I forgot.
Wernesgrüner Brauerei Pils Lengende I forgot.
Dinkelacker Schwabenbräu CD-Pils No.
Schwaben Bräu Original Meh.
Sauer & Hartwig Deutsch Premium Bier Kinda Weird!
Augustiner Bräu Lagerbier Hell Okay.
Lausitzer Schwarzes Porter Too sweet.
Kapuziner Weissbier I forgot.
Hacker-Pschorr Hefe Weisse I forgot.

5 thoughts on “The Remaining Beer From June

  1. David says:

    So, I assume you’re going left to right, up to down, for the table labels?

    A 31% memory loss rate is terrible.

    • James says:

      Yep, that’s the right order. Except I messed up the second and third bottles.

      I’m 33 years old. A 31 percent loss is pretty good.

  2. aaron says:

    Does the Lausitzer have artificial sweetener in it? I came across a couple dark German beers that did, and they were sweet and terrible.

    • James says:

      I didn’t notice any artificial sweeteners in it, but it’s possible. I don’t have another bottle to check. Several beers in this “July” group are what I brought back from Keil; remember that guy who brought us a case of all his favorites? The Lausitzer was one of them.

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