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Friday
Aug132010

Beer Coasters The Fizzy Yellow Beer Issue

We don't like Lagers?  What?!  Check out this week's show where Beer Coaster Chris will try ever so hard to find nuances and flavors in a "not undrinkable" beer.  Unfortunately, Beer Coaster Toby was unable to be involved in the Fermentation Conversation, where Mike & Chris try out Samuel Adams' Boston Lager for the "very first" time.  Chris reaches new heights with Grand Lakes Brewing's Pumphouse Lager.  Mike engages in shock and awe with the Coney Island Lager.  Toby does manage to sneak in with a bottle of Port Brewing's Hot Rocks Lager as well as a visit from the Beer Jargon Guy in a galaxy far, far away.

Thanks for listening.  If you are at all enjoying - or not enjoying - the Podcast and would like to let us know, please feel free to contact us at backwash@beercoasterspodcast.com.  Cheers!

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I've mentioned it before...Sam Adams Boston Lager was the first alcohol I ever had (I won't mention how old I was). I think it's better than the craft beer world gives it credit for. Besides being a lager, it gets a bum rap for being the mass-market "sellout" microbrew, being available at every Chili's and Applebee's across the country. But think about it - Boston Lager is probably responsible for more craft beer "conversions" than any other product. It's usually a Bud-drinker's first exposure to real beer. I'm glad Mike and Chris were able to pour a glass and try it again.

Bonus question for Mike: Does Boston Lager taste different in Boston than it did on the west coast? I know it's brewed in lots of locations.

August 26, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBeer Coaster Charlie

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