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Below are 1 through 6 of the 6 found. |Find-a-Beer|

92 • Pivovar Nachod Primator Premium Lager.
Gold amber color. Aromas of peach marmalade on nut bread toast and potter's clay follow through on a soft, supple entry to a creamy, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body with hints of dried citrus and nice depth and balance. Finishes superbly in a dried fruit and nut accented fade with lush astringency and earthy clay-like hops. (tasted on Nov-02-2009)
90 • Cable Car Lager.
Golden yellow color. Aromas of honeyed biscuit have a hint cashew butter and micro greens and follow through on a soft, brisk entry to a dryish light-to-medium body with nice light balance and a gentle, mild hop and mineral finish. A very nice, carefree quaffer that should cover most bases at the casual dining table. (tasted on Nov-03-2009)
88 • Grupa Zywiec S.A. Warka Red Label Lager.
Deep golden color. Very mild toasted bread aromas follow through on a round entry to a dry medium body with honeyed nuts, wheat cracker, and golden raisin notes. Finishes with a crisp, astringent earth hop fade. A very nice quaffer. (tasted on Nov-02-2009)
88 • Burleigh Brewing Co. Duke Mid Strength Pale Lager.
Deep golden color. Light, toasted raisin bread crust and herbal hop aromas follow through on a soft, supple entry to a dryish light body with good depth and balance. Finishes with a crisp, toasty, lightly astringent fade. A nice lighter styled session beer. (tasted on Nov-03-2009)
87 • Grumpy Troll Brewery Ensign Fred Pale Lager.
Interesting sour yeast, roasted chestnut, herbal hop, and turmeric aromas follow through on a soft, gentle entry to a dryish and slightly sour light-to-medium body with roasted corn and plantain notes. Finishes with a toasty, grassy, mineral accented fade. (tasted on Nov-03-2009)
84 • Hop Valley Brewing Co. 541 Lager.
Deep golden color. Tilled earth aromas have hints of peach marmalade, banana bread, and buttered nuts. Frothy and medium bodied with chewy pastry dough-like malt a note of canned vegetables. Finishes with a zippy citrus and grassy hop finish. (tasted on Nov-03-2009)


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