On tap at Morris Tap & Grill, fulsome lager brings musky raw-grained pale malting and mossy compost mustiness to herbal dry-hopped reticence, gaining a teasing lemon twist. For heartier lager lovers.
Crisply clean pilsner-malted Mexican lager betters most in its light-bodied class. Zesty lemon-spiced hop spritz provides initial pep as raw-honeyed maize dryness comes aboard. Dry straw and wet grass welcome compost-wafted black pepper herbage below the surface. Sunny citric-splashed cracked corn finish never loses resilience.
Superbly expressive light lager keeps it simple. Utilizing a soft German pilsner malt base, its sunshiny lemon zest and juicy grapefruit-peeled orange rind bittering suit a feathery IPA. And its fuzzy carbolic fluff provides the lightest creaming imaginable. Subtle grassy hop bittering contrasts crackery white breading.
Commendable laid-back lightweight rubs musky corn-husked grain mesh against musty hop astringency for crisply carbolic pilsner-malted dry body. Mild rice and oats influence clean watered base.
On tap at Ambulance, refreshing oak-fermented ‘spring lager’ plies white-red wheat pilsner malting and grassy hop astringency to lemon-lime juiced Sauvignon Blance tannins. Crystalline mineral-watered lightness softens sulfuric citrus whim.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, crisply clean ‘classic’ golden lager merges floral-cologned lemondrop tartness with maize-dried musk, corn-sugared sweetness and doughy malts. Spicy lemon zest briskly spritzes up the mild citric-grained finish.
Crisply clean Mexican-styled light lager utilizes maize-flaked lager yeast and dry cereal graining to provide easygoing South of the Border haven. Mildly hop-embittered lemon lime spritz provides carbolic fizzing.
Crisp light lager lets mild orange spicing slightly affect honeyed Bavarian malts and earthen Hallertau hops above its wispy baked bread bottom. Well-balanced Blue Collar fare from deep in the heart of Texas.
Dull corn-dried malt liquor entry lets cabbage-like musk and pungent wet grains overwhelm desolate peachy orange tartness. Barely escapes gutbucket rancidity.
On tap at Ambulance, mild clear-yellowed light body lets dry corn-flaked pilsner malts affect lemon-rotted sourdough continuance and subtle floral-fruited Saphir hop bite.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, sturdy moderate-bodied bohemian lager (named after hockey star Jaromir Jagr) contrasts clean-watered corn sugaring and bready pilsner malting against lightly soured grassy-hopped orange and grapefruit tartness as well as placid herbal notions for crisp refreshment.