Friday, May 13, 2011

Sapporo Reserve

This beer pours dark honey golden in color with half an inch of pure white foamy head that leaves light to medium lacing down the glass.  The aroma is clean, grain, a bit of straw, some zesty hoppiness and a slight metallic tone.  The taste is a wave of grainy malt followed by a bitter hoppiness.  The mouthfeel is smooth, but finishes well-carbonated to the point of stinging the tongue.  This beer is a simple, basic, lager that would best be had with some salty, tart or spicy food.

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