Lake Breeze Blond, Seguin Brewing Company

Lake Breeze Blond from Seguin Brewing Company has gotten mixed reviews from others.  I liked this light bodied beer.  While it is close to a pale ale,  it is not as bitter. Poured from the can, this is a cloudy beer.  This is what you expect from an unfiltered beer.  A creamy white head holds on

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Love Street Beer from Karbach Brewing

Love Street from Karbach Brewing company pours out a medium golden color. Head is white and somewhat dense. Retention of the head is moderate and leaves no lacing.  The nose has honey, wheat, lemongrass and hints of bread.  The taste has honey up front with the grains come in through the middle. The finish again

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Fire Ant Funeral Amber Ale

Fire Ant Funeral is a traditional ale.  I thought this is a really solid beer.  The distinctive red amber color that is topped by a beige head that leaves some decent lacing.   This color comes from the seven American grown hops.  I tasted this ale poured from a twelve once can poured into a chilled

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Southern Star Spring Pils

Southern Star Spring Pils pours a clear golden color with almost no head.  Just a thin skin of white foam that keeps a tight collar and quarter skin. Nothing sticks to the glass, so no lacing. The aromas of grain give Spring Pils a very bread smell with hints of fruity esters.  As it warms

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Southern Star Humidity

Humidity by Southern Star Brewing pours a murky gold and there might be a hint of amber in it.  The beer is 100% opaque.  A white foam head forms when poured.  The head has almost no stick or lace.  The head dissipates almost as fast as it pours.  I poured Humidity from a 12 once

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Midnight Cab a Unique Beer

Midnight Cab for Rahr and Sons Brewing Company is a unique Black Saison beer.  It is aged in red wine barrels, a nice clever recipe that’s pretty well put together. Deep chocolate brown and some nice body out of the can, with a nose of oak tannins and roasted barley. Lots of bitter dark grain

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Iron Thistle Scottish Ale

Iron Thistle Scottish Ale pours slightly hazy dark ruby red/brown color with a single finger fairly dense head.  This dense head is light khaki with good retention.  This reduces to a thin cap that lingers. Nice spotty soapy lacing clings on the glass, with a fair amount of streaming carbonation. Aromas of big caramel, brown

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Orange Show from Saint Arnold

Continuing my beers of Texas series this week I am trying Orange Show from Saint Arnold Brewing Company in Houston Texas.  Orange Show is a blonde ale brewed with almost 2,300 pounds of blood oranges.  These are puréed and for each batch.   This works out to about half-pound of purée per gallon of beer. A strong

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Texas Shade a Wheat Beer

Texas Shade is a strange one.  It pours golden and slightly cloudy as you would expect a witbier to do.  The head is fizzy and short-lived.  After that, the aromas of wheat and yeast flow out first followed by a blast of citrus.  The taste packs a tart sour punch.  Texas Shade is brewed by

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Heart O’Texas Red Ale

Heart O’Texas is very dark red-brown color with a thick cream-colored head. This beer wears its 6.3 abv very well with just a nice warmth dancing in the mix. Aromas are all malt up front, with the barest smidge of fruity hops. A hint of sweet, citrus flavor appears up front with a spicy bitterness following,

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