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Welcome to our Featured Beer section. Here, you'll be able read about any of the beers we've featured in Alcoholmanac Magazine, plus a few web exclusive beers. You can browse the beers by category by selecting from the options above.

Alternately, you can seek out a specific beer by using our drop down boxes. Simply select a beer category from the left box, then select a beer from within that category from the right box and hit "go." It will take you directly to that beer's write up!

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422 PDF Print E-mail
Featured Beers - Wheat & Rye Beers

a picture of Southern Tier's 422
Southern Tier Brewing Co
Lakewood, NY


They Say: “Named after Earth Day, 422 is our tribute to the preservation of our environment and resources. This pale wheat ale is left in its unfiltered state and housed in our over 80% post-consumer recycled cardboard. Hints of sweet orange and malts dance with a touch of hops for a smooth and refreshing Ale. Pour 422 into a pint glass and join us in gratitude.”

We Say: With crystal clear pale yellow straw color shining vibrantly and a tight, small head., 442 looks the part! Hoppy lime citrus notes with pale malt aroma lead into a nicely hopped, balanced flavor that’s got a hint of white pepper. Lightly dry on the back end, 442 from Southern Tier refreshes and finishes neutrally for a great summer sessioner!

We Say by Andy Guy of BeerFM.com

 
Anchor Summer Beer PDF Print E-mail
Featured Beers - Wheat & Rye Beers

a picture of Anchor Summer Beer
Anchor Brewing Co
San Francisco, CA


They Say: “The crisp, clean flavors of Anchor Summer Beer are refreshingly light, a thirst-quenching American-style filtered wheat beer. ... It is fermented with a traditional top-fermenting "ale" yeast, yielding a clean, balanced flavor that highlights the refreshingly light flavor of malted wheat. The head is unusually abundant due to the natural protein deposits of wheat, with a thick consistency similar to meringue. ... Anchor Summer Beer is intended to be a lighter beer for those who don’t want to sacrifice tradition or character.”

We Say: Anchor’s Summer Beer pours with a tall frothy white head topping the clear golden color beer with rich lace. A gently hoppy entry leads to grainy pale malt and soft wheat. Equally lightly hopped in flavor, floral notes overlap bready malt, and lemon zest on finish. The soft wheat paired with smooth carbonation and clean finish fades quickly, making this clean and drinkable; a perfect summer beer!

We Say by Andy Guy of BeerFM.com

 
A Little Sumpin’ Sumpin’ Ale PDF Print E-mail
Featured Beers - Wheat & Rye Beers

a picture of Lagunitas' A Little Sumpin’ Sumpin’ Ale
The Lagunitas Brewing Co
Petaluma, CA


They Say: “Sneaky smooth with a touch of what we call wheatly-esque-ish-ness. Crispy wheat and pale malt flavors with a big round & juicy hop finish. Everyone needs a little sumpin’ sumpin’ sometimes.” [Editors’ note: This is quite possibly the best “They Say” we’ve read so far.]

We Say: Deep golden yellow in color with a well-staying off-white head, Little Sumptin’ Sumptin’ is the darkest beer here. Bold Cascade hoppiness with coriander and citrus notes blankets the soft apricot and grapefruit aromas. Big citrus flavors of grapefruit and citrus peel showcase assertive hoppiness with a cedar-like flavor. Bitter-finishing and dry, Sumptin’ Sumptin’ is strong in flavor and alcohol content, setting itself apart from the rest.

We Say by Andy Guy of BeerFM.com

 
Gumballhead PDF Print E-mail
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a picture of Three Floyd's Gumballhead
Three Floyd’s Brewing Co
Munster, IN


They Say: “An American Wheat Ale, Gumballhead is named in honor of the underground comic book cat created by Rob Syers. Initially a seasonal summer beer, now brewed year round due to demand. This beer helped redefine American Wheat Beers. Brewed with Amarillo Hops and a generous portion of American red wheat, Gumballhead has a complex hop aroma with notes of grapefruit, lemon zest, marmalade and peach. These flavors combined with low bitterness make Gumballhead a refreshing American Wheat Beer that doesn’t suck.”

We Say: A small white head caps Three Floyd’s golden yellow Gumballhead beer. Vastly deep, the beer smells of fresh tilled soil, apple, and heavily dry hopped, floral, mango, and piney notes. Lemon citrus opens the flavor with light wheat on finish. Big grapefruit and  floral hops fill in the midsection of this bone dry, well balanced, citrusy bitterness-finishing delight.

We Say by Andy Guy of BeerFM.com

 
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