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.
|Kaiser Bräu||Grafensteiner Export||No.|
|Kaiser Bräu||Grafensteiner Pils||No.|
|Bayernbräu||Falkenfelser Premium Pilsener||Meh.|
|Fischer’s Brauhaus||Fischer’s Frisches Heinerle||I forgot.|
|Alpirsbacher Klosterbräu||Kleiner Mönch||Good!|
|Dinkelacker Schwabenbräu||Meister Pils||Okay.|
|Paulaner||Hefe-Weißbeir Dunkel||I forgot.|
|Wernesgrüner Brauerei||Pils Lengende||I forgot.|
|Sauer & Hartwig||Deutsch Premium Bier||Kinda Weird!|
|Augustiner Bräu||Lagerbier Hell||Okay.|
|Lausitzer||Schwarzes Porter||Too sweet.|
|Hacker-Pschorr||Hefe Weisse||I forgot.|
So, I assume you’re going left to right, up to down, for the table labels?
A 31% memory loss rate is terrible.
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.
Does the Lausitzer have artificial sweetener in it? I came across a couple dark German beers that did, and they were sweet and terrible.
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.
gross. talk about a loss of credibility.