As we approach the midpoint of Dry January, today’s episode of A Tasting at The Murder Table will feature a non-alcoholic beer from Paulaner of Munich, Germany. This beer is called a Weizen-Radler, and based upon the following description, it sure sounds refreshing… This mix is in a […]
Prior to the Craft Beer explosion, whenever we heard the word Pilsner, we thought bland and watered down. Then we tried some great versions of the style from brewers such as Victory, Firestone Walker, Great Divide, and a few others, and learned that when done right, Pilsners can […]
We relive our misspent youth and review a German Pilsener from the Veltins Brewery.
As I had noted in prior posts, for Jersey Week, we hit Disney. During the trip we made our way to Epcot. For you novices out there, Epcot has two sections: Future World and World Showcase. World Showcase is broken down into a series of countries situated around the World Showcase […]
A while ago, my better half picked me up a bottle of Neuschwansteiner Bavarian Lager. I think I have may have mentioned that these types of purchases (cigars, whisky, beers) are a part of her passive/aggressive attempts to do me in. Whether they are or not, is immaterial […]
To end my reviews of the Oktoberfests I chose the one that started it all. The Hacker-Pschorr Oktoberfest Märzen is billed as the original Oktoberfest since it was brewmaster Joseph Pschorr who was commissioned by Ludwig I, the Crown Prince of Bavaria, to develop special brews to commemorate the occasion of […]