Serving Style: Bottle
Glassware: Tulip glass
Drinking Establishment: Stuff Yer Face, New Brunswick, NJ
Primary Consumer: Todd
Guest Reviewer Qualifications: He knew that Shiner is brewed in Texas, and he didn’t even have to look it up on his smartphone.
Sight: Dark copper color. Initially a finger’s height of head, which dissipates rather quickly.
Scent: Slight yeasty scent; overall, underwhelming.
Flavor: Very mild flavor; not bold by any means. Has an undesirable aftertaste.
Feel: Light bodied, moderately carbonated. Easily drinkable.
Concluding remarks: Amongst the Bocks consumed this night, in my opinion, I drew the short straw with this beer. The dark color got my hopes up for something flavorful and bold. I was disappointed. Not necessarily a bad beer, but by no means great. In the mood for something light, and a fan of Bocks? Sure, why not? Have this one. But I wouldn’t request this again unless there were some slim pickin’s otherwise.
THANK YOU, TODD! Sorry you drew the short straw with this brew; but rest assured that although your beer didn’t shine that night, your photography skills certainly did. I’m sure Jon and his boli would agree.
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