|Brewery:||Chapman's Brewing Company|
Best Quote During Tasting
If you aren't joking and you really haven't seen The Three Amigos, you can see yourself out. Now.
|Aroma - Overall, the aroma is very subtle. Light bread dough malts with even a little bit of caramel (uh, caramel? what?) and very subtle floral hops. Not much else.|
|Appearance - The beer is a crystal clear, watery medium-gold with a rocky, loose bubbled off-white head that stays perched on top of the beer as long as you drink it.|
|Flavor - There is a big sweetness to the beer. It's got a caramel character that's not typical of the style. It doesn't have a lot of hops and the malts aren't perceptible through the caramel sweetness.|
|Mouthfeel - The body is medium and the carbonation is medium+.|
|Overall Impression - THIS BEER IS NOT A REFLECTION OF THE BREWERY OR EVEN THIS BEER! Seriously. I in no way am saying the brewery or this beer is bad. This particular beer did not taste good because it was not the beer the brewery put out or intended someone to drink. I searched all over this can for a freshness date. I could not find one. I googled the only number I found on the can and nothing. I can't for the life of me believe this beer was fresh because it was completely out of style. In fact, I guarantee this beer was out of date because of the flavors I got from it. I decided to leave this in as a review to show what happens when beers go bad. I would absolutely buy this beer again because the Kölsch style is one of my favorites and this beer has decent ratings online. It's just too bad they don't label their cans with dates because anyone else that finds this one on the shelf may not know what to expect and get turned off to the style or even the brewery.|