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Over the years I have tried many fine brews and compiled a nice list of best beers. Many I continue to enjoy while, at the time of this writing, at least two have been discontinued. I now have a little collection of some of those discontinued beers along with a growing list of fine brews in my personal collection.

In addition to finding some of the world’s best beers, this journey has led me to start brewing my own, and the experience has rewarded me with many fantastic original home brews. The labor is intensive, the wait for each recipe can be from six to eight weeks, and the monetary savings are little to none. But the rewards are worth it.

This wonderful conundrum brings me to the request of your beer reviews and ratings. In this section, I invite you to complete the form below and Best Beers for the Best Buzzcontribute whichever beers you love, hate, admire, worship or despise, and use any beer rating system you find appropriate to communicate your innermostpersonal feelings!

Most importantly, have fun with it! This website can at times be too serious while all too often be lax and inappropriate, so whichever mood you’re in, feel free to express it in your descriptions. I assure you you’ll fit right in!

But to get you started, let’s take a look at some of the basic beer rating techniques:

  • – Appearance: here you take a look at the beer’s visual appeal including it’s color, the texture and fluffiness of its foam and the way it webs down the glass as you drink it, it’s lively or flat carbonation and it’s transparency or translucency.
  • – Aroma:Great beers will display bouquets of floral, biscuity, nutty and sweet characteristics. Highly hopped beers will demonstrate their citrus and pine aromas while certain yeast strains will display peppery or fruity esters. And don’t forget to point out the alcohol vapors that stream into the senses. Look for skunk odors in poorly aged or long traveled beers.
  • – Taste:My favorite criteria, this important sensory experience allows you to feel the beer’s flavors, bitterness, sweetness, burnt or biscuit characters from the malts as well as defining traits from yeast strains. Enjoy this experience.
  • – Mouthfeel: Allow the beer to sit in your palate, feel its silkiness, or whether its moist and supple or dry. Notice its carbonation, heaviness or lightness, comment on the texture of its body.
  • – Overall: Note as all the senses explore and bring together the finalexperience.

Use this general guideline as a starting point and just let your creativity guide or add to your beer review. Now rev up, chew live snakes, drink some beer and marauder the night!

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