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Hacker-Pschorr Münchner Gold

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Beer Style: 
German Lager (Helles)
Serving Style.: 
500 ml. bottle
Alcohol Content: 
5.5% abv.
Where Purchased?: 
L.C.B.O.
Beer Rating: 
4

Hacker-Pschorr Münchner Gold

Clear golden color with a clumpy white head. Lots of lace as I swirl the glass gently.
Earthy aroma with a little of the smell of a new mown lawn.
Full, rich creamy mouth feel.
Citrus hops that dry the mouth almost instantly and a taste of postage stamp glue from way back when there was glue on a postage stamp. This is not negative at all because it's not overbearing but just slightly there.
The creaminess stays right to the end unlike some other brews I've had that just dry out the mouth so you have to have another sip. In this case I WANT to have another sip.
I could make a habit of this one.



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Great Lakes Brewing - Johnny Simcoe

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reviewed by:
John H.

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Serving Style:
650 ml. bottle
Where Purchased:
L.C.B.O.
Beer Rating:
4

 Great Lakes Brewing - Johnny Simcoe
 
 
Pours dark amber with a thin white head.
Strong grapefruit aroma. Not much else.
Medium mouth feel with some creaminess at the end of the swallow.
Not as hoppy as I thought it would be. Strong grapefruit tang but not much else. It's easy drinking Very refreshing on a muggy day like today.
I like it.




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