Overall Rating: 6/10
Taste: Sherry; Sweet; Charred oak
I shared a glass with Joey and Darius. Joey appreciates the quality of the whisky but felt that the price is too high and wouldn’t pay more than a hundred dollars for the bottle. Darius felt the same way about the price and thought that the 1792 Barton Reserve is better than this bottle of Macallan.
Estrella Damm Inedit is a unique blend of barley and wheat malt, with a fine bouquet featuring corriander, orange peel and liquorice, Estrella Damm Inedit was born from the awareness of the need for a beer to accompany haute cuisine with maximum respect. That is its intention and its virtue and it is just that which makes it quite unique, different and special. It was created jointly, by Damm’s master brewers, heirs to a most singular tradition and creators of some of our country’s most renowned beers and by Ferran Adria and the team of sommeliers at elBulli.We sampled the Estrella Damm Inedit, a Witbier style brewed beer by Damm S.A. in Barcelona, Spain. Here’s what we have to say:
Beer no. 1- According to Lucy it was nice, stronger compared to American brands with honey.
Beer no. 2- Lucy thought it had a very similar taste.
Beer no. 3- Grosser but lighter.
Lucy liked beer no.1 best among the 3.
Beer no. 1 and 2 are smoother than Beer no. 3. I found all 3 brands good but like Beer no. 3 best as it was the tastiest. I liked beer no. 2 better than beer no. 1 as it had a nicer taste maybe because it was a different brand.
Timo found beer no. 2 sweet tasting, but beer no.3 was bitter and beer no. 1 was in between. He liked all 3 brands but liked number 2 best.
Brands we tested were:
Beer No. 1- Stieglitz Gold
Beer No. 2- Gösser, the main brand of Göss brewery which is one of the largest and most popular breweries in Austria.
and Beer No. 3- Stieglitz Pils
I was visiting San Diego recently and decided to try some beers at the Belching Beaver Brewery. I sampled a number of beers. First was blushing IPA. It was just ok, drinkable and rated as 6. Next was Hop highway IPA and was rated as 7 for having nice hops. Rabid rye IPA was the last and it was very good and had a subtle rye, good for an 8 rate.
Belching Beaver does not brew good beer. We brew truly great beer. Currently, we are crafting 7 distinct beers year-round that range from pale ale to stout, which are sure to please anyone’s tastes. Our first priority is using quality ingredients to create the beer recipes at our microbrewery. (Source: http://belchinbeaver.com/our-beers/)
If you’re a beer advocate, and love small intimate tasting rooms with good beers this is the place to go. Their small tasters are awesome. Good beer at a reasonable price. Open, clean, well lit with simple design. Although their beers are limited only to their own, they have a huge variety of styles, different treatments and you can choose between flights, half pours and pints depending on your mood. Plus their pints have killer prices.