I'm on a road trip right now - trying some exciting beers to blog about when I return. This is a post I had drafted to post...
Sometimes it's nice to keep it simple. It was a hot hot afternoon in Napa some years ago. My wife and I had our belly full of wine from a day's worth of tasting. A Texan at the Bed and Breakfast we were staying was leaving that day. He had a six pack of Shiner and wanted to leave it behind. Into my welcome arms did those bottles safely fall and that was my first experience of Shiner. After the wine and sitting out on the porch in the heat....
It pours a dark copper with a medium head.
The aroma is malt with a slight bitterness and a slight yeast.
It is light and crisp but with a nice malt body that has character. It isn't a delicate beer, but it is subtle.
The aftertaste is mild malt and the palate resets quickly.
This is a great bbq beer and I highly recommend it for the festivities coming up this summer season -