New Blog Lost Coast Great White Beer


In this blog, we are going to try one of two beers from my Beer of the Month from Lost Coast.  The first beer we are going to sample out is their Great White Beer.  Here is a little history about the brewery.  The brewery was opened in 1990 by Barbara Groom and Wendy Pound.  They brew several different styles of beer.  They are in 22 states and Canada.  They are the 33rd largest brewery in the United States.  Let us get into the beer.

When in the glass, the beer takes on a cloudy yellow color but more white for the color with no head.  As far as the smell of the beer, it has a coriander to a slight citrus to it. When tasting the beer, the beer drinker will experience an easy drinking beer that is full body flavor along some lemon, citrus and coriander in it.

Here is a descripation from their website (www.lostcoast.com):

ABV 4.8%

A Crisp beer with a hint of citrus, made with two-row malted barley, unmalted wheat, a secret blend of Humboldt herbs, crystal clear mountain water and ale yeast.

Here is a descripation from the beer bottle:

This light, unfiltered beer is made with two-row malted barley, unmalted wheat, crystal clear mountain water and ale yeast.   It is spiced with Coriander and a secret belnd of Humboldt herbs that give it a delicate citrusy flavor.  Because Great White is unfiltred, natural yeast settling may appear at the bottom of the bottle.

Here is their website and twitter addresses:

Website:   www.lostcoast.com

Twitter:  @lostcoastbrewer

In closing, just what I said in my earlier blog, I am not a really big fan of this beer style.  This beer is very drinkable and they did a great job doing something different to a classic beer style.  Most craft breweries do something different and it comes out terrible.  I am not a fan of this beer style but this is a pretty good beer.  Go get some!  Drink it!  Enjoy it!  Metal it!  \m/

Cheers!

Bill DJ Weiser

Email:  djweiser13@comcast.net

Twitter:  @djweiser

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