Monday, May 16, 2016

Lakefront Riverwest Stein Review

Name: Lakefront Riverwest Stein
Style: Amber Lager
ABV: 5.6%
IBUs: 15

Last in my Lakefront Sample Pack is a beer called Riverwest Stein, which is an amber lager and is named after the neighborhood in which the brewery is located in. There's not really much else to say, other than its been a while since I've looked at an Amber Lager

Appearance - Dark & mildly hazy amber color with no visible carbonation. The head is pretty thin for the most part and there's a good amount of lacing left behind.

Aroma - Munich malts and lager yeasts with a hint of roastiness. I'm also getting some light floral hops in here as well.

Taste - Munich malts and lager yeasts with a slightly larger roasty profile towards the back with some light floral hoppiness towards the end. The aftetaste, oddly enough, is quite dry.

It's a pretty good beer. Much like every other beer in this sampler pack, there's nothing that really stands out about it but it's a solid beer on it's own. If you happen to see this on store shelves, it's for sure worth a look.

Lakefront Riverwest Stein - 8/10

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