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Native Lager

Name – Native Lager
Country – United States
Type – Lager

Appearance – Pours a golden yellow color that is slightly hazy with a decent sized white head.  You can see yeast floating around in it.

Smell – Yeast was the most prominent thing I could pick up.

Taste – Very yeasty with hints of orange.  Is this a lager or a white?

Being a resident of Florida I have only had one beer brewed in this state already, that was from St. Somewhere.  So I figured I should pick up another home state brew and give it a whirl.  I was really thrown off by this one.  I expected lager but it tasted almost like a white ale.  Very yeasty with the slight citrus taste.  For a lager this wasn’t so good.  If someone told me it was a wheat then I would think it was so so.

Overall Grade – D+

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  • Reply Ally

    Just the other day I was complaining about some of the really bad label art on British beers (for example, Cornish Knockers: and just going on about how American microbreweries are better at producing slick, clever or beautiful labels.

    One look at this bottle and I take it all back.

    Though, at least it’s free of puerile visual puns!

    March 2, 2009 at 1:55 am
  • Reply Mike

    I agree with some label arts. Just take a look at Scotland’s SkullSplitter with their corny viking.

    March 2, 2009 at 9:54 am
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