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Scott is the founder and co-beer taster of TheBeerCritic.com. Born in the mighty Northeast, Scott enjoys navigating by the stars, wrestling wolverines and starting campfires with nothing but his good looks. He is also a hopeless hophead. If it's not enamel melting hoppy then it's not a real beer ;)

Paulaner Hefe-weizen

Fantastic representation of it's style. If you are looking for a quality hefeweizen that tastes of citrus and is very easy to drink with very little bite and nice wheat flavors...this is the one. We reccomend drinking this beer how it's meant to be enjoyed, in a wheat beer glass. This glass can also double as your pilsner glass, a staple for beer drinkers. This is my personal favorite hefeweizen. Read More »

St. Bernardus Tripel

This was a pleasure to drink. Our favorite beer from the St. Bernardus lineup. The fruity malt flavors are wonderfully balanced with the softnotes of warm biscuits and sweet hops. The after taste is light and fruity with a slight hop bitterness. While I wouldn't consider this (or any Belgian ale) to be a session beer you can easily drink more than one without becoming overcome with the flavor. Read More »

St. Bernardus Pater 6

This was a strong beer with full flavors lasting long after you have finished the beer. The bitter hopiness is balanced well with the doughy sweet flavors. This is a good beer but not the best out of the St. Bernardus lineup. The bitterness of this particular selection of St. Bernardus is much stronger the rest of their beers. Read More »

Fuller’s ESB

This was an interesting beer. The flavors changed the more you drank it. The initial liquor-beer flavor that puts you off in the beginning subsides to a slightly fruity, malty taste with heavy hop finish. You have to be a fan of this style of beer (english esb) to really enjoy it. Not my personal favorite but very good representation of the style. Read More »

Post Road Pumpkin Ale

My second favorite pumpkin beer behind Dog Fish Head's Punkin Ale. The smell is something everyone should experience. The taste is that of a spicy pumpkin pie with a nice hoppy finish. There are enough layers to this beer so that each time you take a drink new spices are tasted. We noticed with the amount of flavor this beer puts forth we couldnt drink more than a couple. Overall a superb pumpkin beer! Highly recommend. Read More »