Avery’s Kaiser Imperial Oktoberfest

avery_kaiser_lg.jpgIt has been a while since I have done a post on beer so I felt it was about time. Lately I have just been enjoying what is left of the summer beers that I had, but I did get to try some new ones that I have never had. Last year when I started my venture to try as many different beers as I could I tried Avery’s Kaiser and man I thought it was pretty good back then when I really had no palette.

So I decided to try it again so I could give my thoughts on it, since I had forgotten how it tasted. Man was I surprised! The first mouthful was wonderful, smooth, sweet, and creamy. But after that first mouth the sweetness was pretty over powering. I honestly had to struggle to put half of this pint bottle down before I gave in and did  horrible thing…I poured it down the drain. If you have read any of my other beer posts you know I hate sweet beers and man this was way too much for me. But other than that it was a really nice full bodied beer. It was very creamy and smooth, which was rather nice. I am saddened that I couldn’t enjoy the Kaiser, but I am sure someone else will love it. So go out on a limb and spend the dough on this pint, even though it sometimes will cost as much as a six pack.


About Kevin Coté

I am a graphic design consultant and freelance designer by trade. I have been working for M&R Liquors for 5 years now and have enjoied the liquor industry. Here my thoughts that will range from Design and Liquor to Politics and Movies...but mostly Design and Liquor.
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